New Years Eve at the Federal Bar, Long Beach

The Federal Bar in Long Beach is helping you ring in the New Year with three ways to celebrate:  a three-course prix fixe dinner package, a premium open bar speakeasy, and a nightclub-style dance party.

New Years Eve at the Federal Bar features three parties to choose from.

New Years Eve at the Federal Bar features three parties to choose from.

Dinner at the Federal is the highlight for me because of the throwback feeling of the old 1920’s bank that’s been converted into a restaurant and event space.  The chandeliers and wood-paneled walls make me feel like I’m taking a trip back in time to the Roaring 20’s.

The cavernous interioir of The Federal Bar, Long Beach. Towering columns, wood paneling, and chandeliers add to the ambience.The cavernous interior of The Federal Bar, Long Beach. Towering columns, wood paneling, and chandeliers add to the ambiance.

For this year’s NYE dinner, the dinner line up is great with a three-course prix fixe dinner package with a salad; a choice of Pan Seared Pacific Sea Bass, Braised Short Rib Osso Buco, Herbed Goat Cheese Stuffed Breast of Chicken for the entree; and warm Almost Flourless Chocolate Cake for dessert.  Priced at $65 per person, it also includes one of their signature cocktails and a champagne toast at midnight.

Moscow Mule and Cadillac Margarita.

Moscow Mule and Cadillac Margarita.

The salad alone is worth the trip with roasted winter beets, herbed goat cheese, pink grapefruit and pickled red onions with a balsamic rosemary pomegranate vinaigrette.

The salad alone is worth the trip with roasted winter beets, herbed goat cheese, pink grapefruit and pickled
red onions with a balsamic rosemary pomegranate vinaigrette.

The entrees include a choice of Pan Seared Pacific Sea Bass, Braised Short Rib Osso Buco, Herbed Goat Cheese Stuffed Breast of Chicken.

The entrees include a choice of Pan Seared Pacific Sea Bass, Braised Short Rib Osso Buco, Herbed Goat Cheese Stuffed Breast of Chicken.

For the other party options, the open bar package is available for $100/person and admission to the dance party is $25/person.  Get more information and make reservations by following the link below!

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Michael loves grilling, rum, and has a weakness for key lime pie.

One Response to “New Years Eve at the Federal Bar, Long Beach”

  1. This event sounds like a great way to eat yourself into the New Year!! I’ll have to check it out! Have a blessed and Happy New Year!! Jeremiah 29:11 says that we should have peace and a great and prosperous year!
    Momma Jerrie

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