Saguaro Hotel's Cookie Party and Santa Hat Brownies in Today's Eater's Digest

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Cookie Party! 
If you like cookies then you are definitely going to want to be at the brand new-ish Saguaro Hotel tomorrow night. The Scottsdale hotel will be throwing their first ever Annual Cookie Social Friday, December 23rd from 7 to 9 p.m. -- and it's free. Stuff your face with free cookies and wash it all down with complimentary hot chocolate, coffee, and tea while enjoying the sweet Christmas sounds of holiday carolers.

That's right -- carolers -- they are going to have carolers. Those people that dress in gorgeous although tacky holiday sweaters and sing Christmas tunes in unison. Carolers. 

We'll deal with carolers if free cookies are involved. 

If the holiday cheer becomes overwhelming, head over to Old Town Whiskey for a comforting cup of spiked hot chocolate or a taste of 18 yr Jameson because nothing makes the holidays better then booze. 

14 Days of December Dessert - Day 14
And today is the day we present our last December dessert. We saw these absolutely adorable Santa Hat Brownies a couple weeks ago and totally fell in love with them. Super chocolaty brownies topped with little whipped cream and strawberry hats?! These will definitely be making an appearance on our holiday table. 

Happy Holidays! We're taking a little holiday break but we'll be back Tuesday, December 27th. 

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