- If the all-you-can-eat-and-drink buffet isn't enough to get you to this sunset party, perhaps you'll be tempted by the promise of a roaring bonfire and live music. The meal is standard barbecue fare including chicken, ribs, coleslaw and corn, served with all the Bahama Mamas and Kamakazis you can drink. Fruit punch is available for the kids. Other activities include a limbo contest and a live firedancer. The party lasts for three hours. Prices, US$50 for adults and US$40 for children, include transportation.
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