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New Years Eve

3 NYE Pant Options to Ring in 2015

So it's a little breezy out and you're not feeling that festive mini skirt — we totally understand. In anticipation of December 31 we've gathered three of our favorite menswear-inspired looks from local bloggers plus our favorite pieces to get the looks, stat! 

It's the Bubbles That Count, Not the Label

Though you gotta have bubbles, there's no rule that says that Champagne is required to ring in the New Year. Rather, the imperative is to open something which has a cork that pops and to drink something refreshing and bubbly at 12:01 January 1. So, why not save the money that you would have spent on Champagne and instead buy yourself something nice to kick off 2010. In that spirit, here's three picks from local stores that will get you a loud cork and a mouthful of delicious sparkling wine. Cheers!

Reserve Now For New Year's Eve Dinner

If you haven't made reservations yet, stop what you're doing and get on it—by the time you emerge from your Christmas cave it will be too late. Below, a small smattering of NYE options. For a complete list, check out Open Table.

A16
What: Four-course and five-course prix fixe menus with optional wine pairings
When: December 31, 5–11 p.m.
Where: 2355 Chestnut St., San Francisco
Cost: Four-course menu for $75 per person, five-course menu for $90 per person. Optional wine pairings are available for $55 or $70, respectively.
Book: For reservations call 415-771-2216

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