Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Ring in the New Year at Loews Coronado Bay Resort

Continue the Holiday celebrations at Loews Coronado Bay Resort. On New Year’s Eve, join us in the Market Cafe or Mistral for dinners that are not to be missed. On New Year’s Day, start off 2016 with a delectable brunch in the Market Cafe.

Mistral New Year's Eve Menu

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Mistral New Year’s Eve Dinner
Toast to the New Year at Mistral. Enjoy an evening of exquisite cuisine and breathtaking views of the Coronado Bay and glittering San Diego skyline. Second seating includes live music, party favors and a complimentary champagne toast at midnight. Reservations are required through

First Seating: Three Courses $59, Five Courses $120 (with wine pairings $165)
Second Seating: Five Courses $120 (with wine pairings $165)
Thursday, Dec. 31, First Seating 5 p.m., Second Seating 8 p.m.

Market Cafe New Year's Eve MenuMarket Café New Year’s Eve Champagne Buffet
Ring in 2016 with Market Café’s lavish Champagne Buffet featuring carving stations, fresh seafood selections, traditional accompaniments and an assortment of delectable desserts. Buffet includes a complimentary champagne toast at midnight. Reservations are strongly recommended through

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Pricing: $59 Adults, $25 kids (12 and under) | Thursday, Dec. 31, 5-9 p.m. in Market Café


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Market Café New Year’s Day BuffetBrunch at Loews Coronado Bay Resort
Celebrate New Year’s Day with Market Café’s lavish buffet featuring carving stations, fresh seafood selections, traditional accompaniments and an assortment of delectable desserts. Reservations are strongly recommended through

Pricing: $24.50 | Friday, Jan. 1, 7 a.m. -12 noon in Market Café

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