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What Are You Doing New Year's Eve? Dining Out Options Part 2
For those who would like to ring in 2010 with a night on the town, several local restaurants are offering special menus and packages for New Year's Eve. For nights out like this, reservations are required, so planning ahead is a must. Remember, most of these packages won't include drinks, parking, or gratuities, so cushion your budgets accordingly!
We shared a few options with you yesterday in Part 1, and now, in no particular order, here is Part 2 of our picks for NYE dining--look for Part 3 this time Saturday...
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Baby Yoda cocktails. Boozy Dole Whips. Volcanic tiki drinks. If you can dream it, they're probably mixing it somewhere on property.