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12 Bars of Christmas @ Foxwoods
December 15, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - December 16, 2017 @ 12:00 am
Enjoy old friends or make new ones during Foxwoods’ Annual Holiday Pub Crawl.
Try special holiday themed cocktails across 12 bars and restaurants on property and then finish your evening at Centrale in Fox Tower with a DJ, Dancing and Prizes. Put on your tackiest, ugliest sweater and enter to win a $100 Tanger Outlets Gift Card, so you can buy yourself a new sweater!
What’s more, $10 of the admission ticket is donated to the United Way to help give local families a little extra under the tree!
So put on your Santa Hat and enjoy the crawl food and drink specials at The Celebration Zone on the Great Cedar Concourse and these locations:
The Celebration Zone
LIVE@Atrium Bar & Lounge
Cedars Steakhouse & Oyster Bar
Centrale Fox Tower
David Burke Prime Steakhouse
Guy Fieri’s Foxwoods Kitchen + Bar
High Roller Luxury Lanes and Lounge
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