NEW YEAR'S EVE
December 31, 2019
Spend New Year's Eve at The Library at The Public with an evening of food, drinks, and live music by KYLE LACY & THE WILDS.
We will be offfering a three-course prix-fixe menu by Chef Andrew Carmellini which includes options such as Salmon Tartar with horseradish Crème and Caviar, Grilled Flat Iron Steak Frites, Green Salad or 10oz. Porter House Pork Chop, Lentils, Caramelized Apples, finished off with celebratory Chocolate Walnut Cake.
Join us for live music beginning at 9:30PM plus a champagne toast at midnight to celebrate the New Year.
Prix Fixe $95
Select One From Act 1, 2 and Encore
- Salmon Tartar, Horseradish Crème, Caviar, Pomme Allumette
- Roasted Beets, Apple, Goat Cheese, Hazelnuts
- Fried Oysters, Celery Root Purée, Chili Vinegar
- Little Gem Classic Caesar Salad
- Greek Salad, Feta, Olives, Cucumbers, Oregano Vinaigrette
- Roasted Trout, Cabbage, Leek Sofrito, Raisins, Pine Nuts, Celery
- Moroccan Chicken, Couscous, Fall Vegetables, Chermoula
- Grilled Flat Iron Steak Frites, Green Salad
- 10oz. Porter House Pork Chop, Lentils, Caramelized Apples
- Cavatelli Pasta, Wild Mushrooms, Parmesan
SIDES, served Family Style
- Whipped Potatoes
- Fried Brussels Sprouts, Bacon, Grainy Mustard
- Gala Apple Crumble, Vanilla Ice Cream, Caramel
- Chocolate Walnut Cake, Malted Milk Crème Anglaisé
- Spanish Flan, Mixed Berries, Mint
- Chocolate & Vanilla Soft Serve
Menu by Andrew Carmellini & Chef of The Public John Ramirez
About The Kyle Lacy Band
Kyle Lacy is a singer and multi-instrumentalist originally from Atlanta, Georgia. He was born in 1990, however, his time machine made a quick refueling stop in 1956 and immediately infected him with the DNA that gave birth to Rock’n’Roll. Try as he could to escape those roots, he only made stops for the soul of Sam Cooke and Aretha Franklin, the soul folk of Van Morrison, and the swing of Brian Setzer. He tours tirelessly and his band delivers the kind of Rock’n’Roll excitement that the emusic world has needed for decades. He also has cheekbones for days and hair that Elvis stole (remember that time machine?). His new record, Bad Days, produced by Billy Aukstik (Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires, Sharon Jones, Mark Ronson) of Dala Records, explores those influences in a warm, analog musical landscape. The Gospel-influenced “Believe In Tomorrow” will be his next single, out Dec. 6 on Dala.