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The clock is ticking to make those oh so important New Years Eve Plans. The one day of the year you must have fun whether you like it or not. End 2010 right with a fancy dinner and a little bubbly at one of these resort dinners.
Latilla at The Boulders Resort will host an extravagant five-course dinner from 6 till 9:30 p.m.. The menu will feature Kabocha Squash Veloute, Chost Chili Popcorn, and your choice of two main course and three desserts. $125++ for each adult and $29 for children ages 12 and under. Click here to view the full menu.
Lon's at the Hermosa is also hosting a lavish New Years Eve celebration complete with foie gras, truffles, oysters and Kobe beef. Complete with wine pairings the five-course dinner will run you $205++. If you skip the wine, it's only $150. Call 602-955-7878 for more details or to make reservations.
For a more family-friendly New Years Eve, check out the Pointe Hilton's Squaw Peak Resort's Yote the Coyote's New Year's Eve Party. Dinner reservations start at ^ p.m. at Hole-in-the-Wall restaurant. The evening continues with lots of games, arts & crafts, s'mores making and the kiddos can even watch the ball drop at 10 p.m. and enjoy a sparkling cider toast. Purchase an all inclusive package for 2 adults and 2 children for $199 which includes suite accommodations, dinner for 4 and fun! 1-800-876-4683 for reservation and use group code NEWYRS.
Good thing they call it "No Diet December" because this amazing cake would be off limits and that would be sad. Today's holiday dessert is Brûléed Eggnog Cheesecake. We can only imgine how rich and decadent this cake is. Loaded with sugar, full fat cream cheese and of course eggnog. Check back tomorrow for a gluten-free treat!
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