You may be celebrating the end of 2018, or you may be welcoming the beginning of 2019. Either way, you’re going to be doing it in style in Denver this year. The Mile High City has options for everyone when New Year’s Eve rolls around: people who want to stuff their faces with delicious food, people who want to wear something sparkly, and people who want to be surrounded by family and friends — or Arsenio Hall. We’ll get there.Start 2019 off right by counting it in at one of these many New Year’s Eve parties, dining events, shows and family friendly events across the Front Range. DINING OUT New Year’s Eve is not the time to count calories, give up alcohol or, you know, practice any sort of impulse control whatsoever. There are resolutions for all that, and they don’t start until next year. This is the night to go big, not home. So dig deep into your reservoir of 2018 rage, and find the courage within to eat all of the lobster and drink all of the champagne at one of these 19 restaurants at which to ring in 2019. Sure, dim sum is typically served during morning hours,… Read full this story
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