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  • A dark black and white photograph of a four piece jazz band on stage. The lead performer plays a saxophone.  To the left a man plays a guitar, in the background a band member plays the drums and the other is playing the double bass. Live Jazz at The Whitby Bar
  • A platter of fresh oysters alongside a small bowl of slice lemons on a wooden block The Whitby Bar
  • Some of the tables in the restaurant with comfortable chairs in orange pattern, surrounded by encased artwork showcasing serving plates, as well as an interesting, colorful ceiling chandelier. The Whitby Bar
  • lobster and aioli mayonnaise on a plate with a side of fries and glasses of champagne in the background The Whitby Bar
  • The Orangery with plenty of comfortable seats and tables for dining. A wall with sixteen art pieces showcasing various serving plates scattered around a leafy fountain oasis. The Whitby Bar
  • Ice cream plate with three scoops of ice cream and biscotti The Whitby Bar
  • Several Champagne glasses full of champagne are set on a table. A bottle of Champagne is being poured into the final glass. The Whitby Bar

    Ring in the New Year with Champagne, canapés and a delicious five-course dinner in The Whitby Bar & Restaurant, whilst listening to live jazz music from Sam Taylor's Trio with vocalist Lucy Yeghiazaryan.

    Soak in the vibrant atmosphere of The Whitby Bar & Restaurant as you tuck into an indulgent menu, with dishes including scallop crudo with radish, Asian pear, pomegranate, truffle and tangerine cress or oysters with mignonette to start, followed by rack of Colorado lamb for main and Mont blanc with chestnut mousse and lemongrass coulis to finish. Please view the full menu below.

    As midnight comes around, watch the ball drop in Times Square on the screen in The Whitby Bar and raise a toast to welcome 2019.

    $225 per person (excluding sales tax and gratuity).

    For further information and bookings:
    T: +1 212 586 5656

    Available on December 31st 2018.
    Dinner reservations taken from 6pm to 10.30pm.
    Music will be played from 8pm till 1am.

    Advance bookings only.

    Saxophonist Sam Taylor performs widely in New York City and has premiered his compositions with famed trumpeter Jon Faddis and toured Europe as a guest soloist with The Noord-Netherlands Conservatorium Symphonic Jazz Orchestra. Taylor is also the recipient of a New Artist grant from The Netherland America Foundation and is celebrating the release of his second album, Along the Way, released on Cellar Live and featuring saxophone legend, Larry McKenna.

    ABOUT Lucy Yeghiazaryan
    Lucy Yeghiazaryan was born in Armenia to a family of artists. Since immigrating to the United States in 2001, she has been an active member of the jazz community. 
    Lucy served as a resident vocalist for the National Armenian Jazz Orchestra for various performance seasons and was one of the ten finalists selected for the prestigious International Monk Jazz Competition in 2015. She has performed alongside Winard Harper, Eliot Zigmund, Bill Goodwin, George Colligan, Don Braden, Bernadette Peters and Arto Tuncboyaciyan. Lucy performs regularly at various venues and festivals throughout the United States and abroad.