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Local hot spots ready to party

December 31, 2010

WAKEFIELD – With the New Year only a few hours away, many local restaurants and bars are having specials for their customers to toast the night away and ring in 2011 in the best, and most fun, way possible.
As midnight fast approaches, here are a few suggestions on how you can celebrate locally with friends and family.
Casey's Bar and Grill on Old Tower Hill Road in Wakefield will be having many dinner specials to celebrate the New Year.

Manager Noelle Brousseau said Casey's is featuring lentil soup, pan seared jumbo sea scallops for $19.99, braised lamp shank for $22.99, a 10 oz prime rib for $14.99 or a 14 oz prime rib for $19.99. Casey's is also having a special on the Koby beef burger topped with three cheeses and roasted apples for $17.99. Brousseau said the specials will include a complimentary glass of champagne to toast to the New Year.

Like Casey's, Charlie O's Tavern on Sand Hill Cove Road in Narragansett is also having dinner specials and champagne. Restaurant manager Jesse Histen said the dinner specials include surf and turf, Charlie O's special stuffed chicken, stuffed scrod and $5 pitchers of Budweiser, Budlight beer and sangria.

“Friday night, we're expected to be full to capacity,” Histen said.
Some local bars like Pancho O'Malley's in Wakefield are having music to ring in 2011. The band Phase Two will playing at Pancho's New Year's Eve to welcome customers and celebrate.

If you'd like to sing your way into the New Year, Bobby G's Pub in Wakefield is also having their karaoke night on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

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