The Dish December 30 2000
New Year's Eve
Seeger's will host two New Year's Eve dinner seatings, with either five or eight courses paired with wine. $75-$200. 6 and 9:30 p.m. 111 W. Paces Ferry Road. 404-846-9779.
If your New Year's Eve plans are still a mystery, join Dave & Buster's for a fixed-price package including a four-course dinner, a three-act Mystery Dinner Theater performance, champagne toast and chips for the game room. $130. 7 p.m. 2215 D&B Drive, Marietta. 770-951-5554. 4000 Venture Drive, Duluth. 770-497-1152.
Anthony's presents a special five-course Continental menu and dancing for New Year's Eve. $150. 6 p.m.-1 a.m. 3109 Piedmont Road. 404-262-7379.
Explore a new classic drink every Friday at Nathaniel's Classic Cocktail Series featuring specialty drinks such as the Manhattan, Sloe Gin Fizz and the Cosmopolitan, along with hors d'oeuvres and live jazz from 6-8 p.m. 1949 Powers Ferry Road. 770-955-1464.
Brio Tuscan Grille presents Martini Wednesdays featuring a complete menu of traditional and contemporary martinis such as the Sour Apple, the Flirtini and the Peachtree. 2964 Buckhead Centre. 404-601-5555.
Parents and kids alike will enjoy a night out at Villa Christina's "Date Night." While parents have an intimate dinner, kids fill up on fun and food with a knee-high buffet and a supervised playroom. Date nights are held on the first and third Fridays of the month. $5 per child. 2000 Summit Blvd. 404-303-0133.
The soon-to-open Terra di Siena, a venture by Riccardo Campinoti and Jenny Crowley, will serve Tuscan cuisine in a modern setting complete with two-story wine tower, cork floors, leather furnishings and shag carpet. 654 Peachtree St., next to the Fox Theater. 404-885-7505.
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Get a prime catch for $5 at Goldfish when you dine early Sunday through Thursday. Choose one of three half-pound fish selections, which change daily but may include Block Island swordfish, yellow fin tuna or rainbow trout. 5-6:30 p.m. Lenox Square, 3393 Peachtree Road. 404-812-0555.
Calavino Donati, the owner of Urban Cannibals, has closed the Midtown restaurant and is looking for a new location.
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