Enzian throws James Bond New Year’s Eve Party




Monday, Dec. 31 – James Bond New Year's Eve Party

7:30 p.m.

Enzian Theater

1300 S. Orlando Ave., Maitland




When compared to the legendary James Bond, he might be considered awkwardly cagey, incessantly randy and particularly toothy. But this time around, Austin Powers moves in as resident secret agent at Enzian’s annual end-of-the-year bash. With this year’s ’70s-inspired theme, you might see a friskier side emerge from the New Year’s Eve affair. Bartenders at the outdoor Eden Bar will serve up signature Bond martinis – shaken whichever way you like – and Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery shows on the big screen inside at 8 p.m. Light appetizers will be served to those in the VIP section (as well as free champagne); and a live DJ spins you into 2013, complete with party favors and a balloon drop at midnight. Most importantly: Wear your finest Bond or Powers getup to win prizes in the costume contest. Might we suggest a furry pink fembot? Groovy, baby! – Aimee Vitek

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