From the Shepherd Express’s New Year’s Eve Guide:
Dec. 31 may be New Year’s Eve, but it’s a Tuesday first and foremost, so the Riverwest Public House’s Taco Tuesday will go on as scheduled. Later in the night the co-op gives the stage over a lineup of burlesque, cabaret and drag performances. Those out until early in the morning can enjoy the venue’s service-industry breakfast, starting at 4 a.m. For $10 (or $13 day-of), it’s a massive meal of biscuits and gravy, bacon, scrambled eggs or tofu, potatoes, fruit, toast and French toast bake—almost all of it of the local, organic or free-range variety—with a free Mimosa. Not a bad way to get an early start battling your hangover, especially if you missed the tacos earlier that night.