If you don't fancy joining the revellers down at the Thames or heading to the pub - then booking a table at a London restaurant can be a more organised way to spend the night. Most restaurants have special menus and some may even give you a great view of those fireworks. So whether you're looking for bargain basement or black-tie - our New Year's Eve restaurant list has it all.
Aqua on Regent Street has both early and late dinners at Aqua Kyoto (£125/£175) and Nueva (£105/£150) - with the later dinner running until 4am, so you can decide on Spanish or modern Japanese Cuisine. Alternatively bar tickets are £70.
The Savoy's Beaufort Bar will be offering guests unlimited canapés and Champagne on the night for £300 per person and it's a good spot for fireworks watching.
You're only minutes from the river at Frenchie Covent Garden who are putting on a 7-course tasting menu for the night (£160 or £140 vegetarian menu).
Choose between early (£125) or late (£185) dining at Sushisamba Covent Garden - with DJs and live performances to take you through to New Year.
At The Corinthia, Tom Kerridge's Bar & Grill are doing a set menu for £195 (before 8pm) and £245 (after 8pm until late) and they're right on the Embankment if you're heading onwards for fireworks watching.
Get a view of the fireworks from the rooftop bar at B&H Garden room where £220 tickets include canapés, small plates and free-flowing cocktails through the night.
Fancy a Calum Franklin pie for New Year's Eve? Then head to Holborn Dining Room, where their signature chicken, girolle and cider pie is on the menu and more besides.
Francesco Mazzei's Sartoria has an Italian feast for £120.
Thre are lots of options at Sketch - with the main event being dinner in the Lecture Room and Library (now with three Michelin Stars) for £325. Alternatively, the Gallery is £125/£200 for an early/late meal while the most affordable is the Parlour for £60.
The Ritz goes all-out for New Year's Eve - but at £1500 a person in the restaurant (with several bands on the night), you'd expect them to. Head to their Palm court for an (ever so slightly) more affordable £895.
Marcus at The Berkeley has a 5-course dinner on for NYE at £195 and you can really push the boat out with fine wine matching for £165 more.
Over at The Lanesborough, they're transforming the hotel into a Moet et Chandon themed house party. Tickets are £275.
Gordon Ramsay's Petrus has a 7-course menu for £300.
Aster has a three-course menu for £65 on the night.
Percy & Founders are putting on a three-course set menu which - for £75 - includes a glass of Billecart-Salmon Champagne on arrival.
Choose from two sittings at the Berners Tavern where the meal includes braised ox tail doughnuts and Dingley Dell pork, truffle and pistachio pie (sittings are £100 and £185 for the later one).
Shoreditch / City
The original City branch of Sushisamba (with its amazing views over London) has packages that start from £150 in the bar with canapes up to £395 for a late sitting meal.
Upstairs at Duck & Waffle, bar tickets are £125 and dining packages start from £195.
Waterfront spot The Lighterman where the NYE dinner is £65 with a glass of NV Billecart-Salmon “Brut Réserve” Brut Champagne.
Head to the river for Le Pont De La Tour where £195 gets you a 5-course tasting menu with a glass of bubbles.
Francesco Mazzei's Radici in Islington has an Italian NYE menu on offer for £65 including a glass of Prosecco and there's a veggie version for £55.
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