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Carmel restaurant for New Year's Eve

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We will be in Carmel for New Year's weekend and I'm hoping for suggestions for dinner on New Year's Eve. Right now, we have reservations for Sierra Mar for Saturday night (Jan 1), but we might go for lunch instead since it gets dark so early in January...we won't get much out of the amazing setting at night.

So, where to eat Friday night? I've read good things about Casanova's and Bouchee. We are looking for something fun and lively (for Carmel) with great food and a good wine list.

One last thing...on our last trip to Carmel, we walked by a restaurant whose interior had been modeled after a french bistro. I think the name is La Boheme. Any feedback?

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