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Cornelius Pass Roadhouse, among other McMenamins locations, will also have live music and a champagne toast.

COURTESY PHOTO - McMenamins invites people to come dance the night away and enjoy drinks and food at locations like the Grand Lodge and Cornelius Pass Roadhouse on Monday night, Dec. 31.Trying to figure out where to spend the last night of 2018? McMenamins hopes to see you on New Year's Eve.

Bands will be performing live music on the premises of McMenamins properties starting at 9 p.m. Two of them, The Junebugs and McDougall, will be performing at the Grand Lodge in Forest Grove.

The Junebugs' show in Pat's Corner at the Grand Lodge has $10 admission, or $15 at the door. Under a heated tent, a full bar and food will be available for customers, and there will be a champagne toast at midnight.

McDougall will be performing a free show in the Garage Door until 12:30 a.m.

The Grand Lodge also has overnight packages available that include a room for two with "surprise amenities," dinner, drinks, admission to the Grand Lodge's New Year's Eve celebration, a sparkling wine toast at midnight and a $30 credit toward breakfast on New Year's Day.

Other McMenamins pub locations in the area, such as the Cornelius Pass Roadhouse in Hillsboro, will be open all night for the New Year's Eve holiday. Along with McMenamins' rotating tap list, wine and cocktail menus, the pubs will be "stocked up" with champagne.

Folk rockers Cedar Teeth will perform live music at the Cornelius Pass Roadhouse from 9 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.

McMenamins' New Year's Eve celebrations are for guests ages 21 and older.

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