New Year's Eve Remix Sunday Night at RA Sushi in Palm Beach Gardens

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No doubt at this point you've got a handle on what you're doing for New Year's Eve. Right? Right?! Slackers can find more than 100 ideas for NYE in the handy Broward-Palm Beach New Times calendar.

But what about if you're one of the peeps in the service industry who will be working hard to ensure the rest of us are sufficiently plied with liquor and bubbly as we bid adieu to 2011?

RA Sushi in Palm Beach Gardens is offering a New Year's Eve Remix starting at 8 p.m. Sunday for those who missed out on the chance to cut loose in a celebration of the New Year.

Specials will be offered on dishes like the Tootsy Maki, Shishito peppers, and crispy spicy shrimp, as well as drinks like sake and the appropriately named Midnight Kiss.

No reservations required, so it's also a good option for anyone whose New Year's simply failed to live up to expectations.

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