After one hell of a night partying, it is now New Year's day and the last thing you want to do is cook. If you have an ounce of energy and self respect left, you may want to try out some of these places that are open on New Year's Day. You can relax, recharge and refuel with probably a lot of water, or what the hell, maybe even a Bloody Mary.
With that hangover of yours, don't you just crave a big hunk of meat? Morton's Steakhouse will be open (normal hours 11:30-11pm) and serving its Steakhouse Classics Menu ranging from $69 to $74 per person depending on the location. Customers can choose from an Iceberg salad with either filet mignon or a New York strip with mashed potatoes, asparagus, spinach or baked potato.
Panorama Restaurant & Sky Lounge
Who doesn't need oodles of food after a night out of ringing in the new year? Panorama Restaurant in the Sonesta Bayfront Hotel will have everything the doctor ordered for your hangover with a stylish brunch. Choose from varied fruits, deli meats and cheeses, pastries, eggs and desserts all for $28.95. No alcoholic drinks are included but there is a whole lot of coffee, something you probably need anyway. Service continues from 11am to 3pm with complimentary valet parking.
The Rusty Pelican
Why not dine with a view on New Year's Day? The Rusty Pelican offers a New Year's Day Champagne Brunch Buffet with all you can eat and drink. Choose from honey baked ham, waffles, pasta, seafood and more. If you haven't had enough champagne the night before, you can get it unlimited here along with Mimosa's and orange juice, all included for $39.95 for adults and kids ages 5 to 10 are $15.95. Sip on your drink while you take in some live music and a whole lotta food.
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