Join us at Le Disco Le Coucou!
This year we will be hosting Le Disco Le Coucou! This very special evening will bring you the elegance of Le Coucou coupled with flavors of downtown New York and Paris! Enjoy the Le Coucou you know and love, along with special moments designed to celebrate the spirit of Les Bain-Douche of Paris and Studio 54 in NYC. Dress in your best evening-ware for a night of music, cuisine, champange and unique moments at Le Coucou.
This New Year’s Eve dinner party will only be one seating; festivities begin at 7:00pm with an hour of passed canapés, vintage Champagne and cocktails. The evening will flow organically into a 6-course dinner, and will include a very special midnight toast featuring Krug ‘Grande Cuvée’ Champagne to ring in 2020 with an amazing performance from …. Oops, the little birds at Coucou won’t share that yet, as our special entertainment guest for the night will bring sparkle and sound in a way you’ll be sure to remember for years to come!
The cost is $795 per person for food and beverage, excluding tax and gratuity. Guests will be free to purchase bottles of wine off the a la carte wine list at their discretion, supplemental to the cost of the dinner.
Full payment of $795 per person and sales tax, will be charged when booking through Resy. All reservations need be completed through Resy and we will maintain a waitlist and review and notify daily. All cancellations are accepted up to one week in advance; cancellations incurred after 7pm on December 24th will not qualify for a refund.
Make your reservations here.
We are so excited to share this wonderful night with you at Le Disco Le Coucou!
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Read more via Grubstreet, here.
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Purchase your limited-edition, signed copy of SPRING here.
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