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Foxy New Year's Eve
The Fox Concepts family of restaurants wants you to celebrate at one of their houses this New Year's Eve. Make plans to visit one of these six restaurants to ring in 2011.
Blanco Tacos + Tequila will feature a three-course dinner for two for just $40. The price includes Guacamole or Queso Fundido, tacos, chicken mole, or fajitas, and a margarita for each of you. Dinner starts after 5:30 p.m. 480-305-6692
Bloom in Gainey Village will offer a prix-fixe menu with several options to please picky palettes for $55 ++ per person from 5:30 p.m. to close. Main courses include Maine Lobster, New York Steak, Mu Shu Duck, Rack of Lamb, or Yellowtail Tuna. Treat yourself to something special from the extensive wine list(not included in the price of dinner) to compliment your meal. 480-922-5666.
The Greene House and NoRTH, both located at Kierland Commons in North Scottsdale, will extend a warm welcome to you and your New Year's date with their prix-fixe dinners featuring your choice of appetizer, entree and dessert. $55 ++ per person click here for the full menus.
For a more lux New Year's Eve Dinner, make your reservations for Modern Steak at Scottsdale Fashion Square. The three-course meal features Maine Lobster Chowder, Grilled Atichokes, Filet Mion, Turbot, Dark Chocolate Cake, and more. $85 ++ per person. 480-423-7000
And lastly, Olive & Ivy at the Scottsdale Waterfront will feature a contemporary Mediterranean menu with dishes such as house smoked salmon, hummus, veal & spinach ravioli, lamb, Cabernet truffle torte, and more. $55 ++ per person. 480-751-2200
The holidays wouldn't be same without a few little Gingerbread Men. What Megan's Making were the cutest we could find. Plus thick, chewy and surrounded by trees is exactly how we like our men!
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