Some people don't think much of New Year's Eve. They leave work and go home to a quiet, peaceful household where they eat a low-calorie dinner, watch some televised pre-celebratory revelry and get to bed early, oblivious to the loud, sparkly, possibly illegal things happening outside.

High rollers will find both succor and satisfaction at:

For those seeking a slightly more artistic bent, there's:

And for those seeking the ordinary or the unusual:


  • If you're spending New Year's Eve in the Springs, you have many choices.


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