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    New Year’s Eve the GREEK WAY


    Join us at Kipos for a New Years celebration, the Greek way! On Sunday, December 31st we’ll be seating parties for dinner service between 5:00PM and 10:30PM, but you can enjoy an evening bursting with laughter, dancing, and robust flavors all night long! In addition to our traditional champagne toasts and decadent specials, we will set the mood from 6pm-10:30pm with live bouzouki and musical duets, and then break out the DJ table from 10:30 to midnight to party the night away! Partake in some of the Bakatsias family NYE traditions like our Vasillopita. Our decadent holiday specials can be found below! For further information or to reserve a table you must contact the restaurant at (919) 425 – 0760 or email us at info @kiposchapelhill.com!

    Due to the popularity of New Year’s Eve bookings, we will be requiring credit cards (placed into our secure vault) for all reservations for the evening. Please see our *cancellation policy below.

    *Any cancellations or changes to your reservation must be made 48 hours in advance of your seating time. Reservation cancellations or no shows inside the 48 hour window will be subject to a $10 per person charge for their party.

    Flame-Kissed Quail – draped with compassionate dark fruit compote
    Surf & Turf of Filet Mignon & Shrimp – saffron poached potatoes, blessings of long life greens, with a mist of orange zest from the gods
    Ancient Flames White Fish – grilled over our ancient flames, resting with black-eyed peas of luck, crowned by pomegranate seeds and feta cheese
    Whole Trout – boneless, kissed with the golden color of our plancha, a melange of cauliflower puree and luscious crab meat, wealth of crispy kale
    Beef Tenderloin – a natural satisfaction of cave & fire with grilled portobello mushrooms
    Wood Fire Salmon – brushed like a goddess with olive oil and dill, grilled over wood fire & seduced with lemon spanakorizo
    Grilled Pork Tenderloin – over celebratory cabbage avgolemono filled with love and kindness
    Slow Roasted Leg of Lamb – offered with tokens of golden lemon potato

    Jessica is the Executive Editor for Chapel Hill Magazine. As a 2010 grad of UNC, she's happy to be back in town writing, editing and eating around the Triangle.