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Inaugural New Year's Eve bash at FIRST Food & Bar

Guests at FIRST Food & Bar can enjoy an open bar and selections of Chef Sam DeMarco’s Greatest Hits of shareable culinary delights throughout the celebration. A platinum package is available at $1,000 and includes admission for 6-8 people with all the amenities listed above, plus a bottle of Dom Perignon, a bottle of premium vodka, a window-side booth with a view of The Strip, a FIRST Food & Bar “welcome kit,” personal server and busboy.

When: Thursday, Dec. 31, 2009
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Where: First Food & Bar, 3327 S. Las Vegas Boulevard, Suite 2812, Las Vegas

Cost: $130

Age limit: 21+

Categories: Activities-New Year's Eve 2009, The Strip, Palazzo

Event posted Dec. 28, 2009
Last updated Dec. 28, 2009

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