What Are You Doing New Year's Eve? A Six-Pack of Options!

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As 2014 draws to a close, many Denverites have extravagant plans to ring in the new year. From big concerts to intimate house parties and everything in between, Denver will be awash in holiday cheer, great food and booze, lots of booze. If you don't have plans yet, here are a few more ideas on how you can spend the last night of 2014. (Find many more in our online calendar's New Year's Eve section.) See also: The Ten Best Denver Restaurant Trends in 2014

Treat yourself on the last day of 2014 at Colterra Food & Wine. The Niwot restaurant is offering a $75, four-course prix fixe menu featuring local lamb two ways, Petaluma chicken confit and flourless dark chocolate torte. Call Colterra at 303-652-0777 to make your reservations.

Punch Bowl Social is celebrating the 1980s as the curtain falls on 2014 with a '80s-style cover band, classic arcade games, champagne and drink specials, and more. For more information, visit punchbowlsocial.com.

La Biblioteca is ending the year with a no-holds-barred, unlimited bash. From 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. $60 will get you unlimited small plates and select cocktails, party favors and a DJ. Purchase tickets by calling 720-904-0965.

Session Kitchen is throwing down a tasting menu extravaganza for New Year's Eve, complete with optional wine pairings. The three-course menu is $50 with an optional $25 wine pairing; there will also be limited a la carte menu available. Call 720-763-3387 to make your reservations.

Central Bistro & Bar will present a White Star Line Evening tonight, a soiree celebrating the height of early 1900s culture. The evening includes an iconic, five-course menu of continental cuisine that will "rival the first class dishes on the RMS Titanic," wine pairings, live music with Charlie Horse and an all-you-can drink midnight celebration including sparkling wine, draft beer and premium cocktails from 11 p.m. to 2 a.m. Seating for the five-course dinner will start promptly at 5 p.m. and tickets are $75, with a $25 optional wine pairing. Admission to the all-you-can-drink affair will run you $45. For more information, head over to centralbistrobar.com or call 303-477-4582.

Beast + Bottle will be throwing down some sick beats and celebrating the new year with a four-course dinner with two wine pairings: Notorious or B.I.G. and setting the whole event to '90s rap. The hip hop holiday dinner is $75 per person. For additional information, click here or call the restaurant at 303-623-3223.

For information on dozens of culinary events around town, visit our online Food & Drink listings -- and if you have information for a culinary event you'd like included in our online calendar, send it to cafe@westword.com.

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