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New Year's Eve Pig Roast

Saturday, December 31. Doors open at noon, food is served at 8 p.m., $16. The Closing Room, 13813 Lorain Ave., 216-688-1670.

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Forget the tux, forget the VIP room, forget the martinis, forget all that hoity-toity business. Here's the best way to end your year and ring in 2006: The Closing Room wraps up 2005 with a New Year's Eve Pig Roast, presided over by Mel Pig, a nationally renowned, 75-year-old roasting vet from the hills of West Virginia. Admission includes two drinks, and if you finish those quick, domestic drafts are only $.50. If you overdo the pig, sweat it out -- a DJ will be on hand, playing dance music and requests. Sounds like a a happy new year for everyone except the pig.

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