Last Call for New Year's Eve Information!

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What are you doing New Year's Eve? Our annual New Year's Guide, coming in the December 18 issue of Westword, will be full of suggestions for how to ring in the new year with style -- and, with any luck, a delicious meal.

This is our last call for information to include in that guide. If you know of a restaurant with a great menu for December 31, or happen to be putting on a big public bash, it's time to spill all the details. You can post them in the comments section below, or simply mail the info to editorial@westword.com. The deadline is 5 p.m. Friday, December 5.

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