Downtown San Jose’s nightlife scene will dial it down a few degrees with the closing of Fahrenheit Restaurant & Lounge, but not before a few final ragers.

Earlier this month executive chef and owner Danny Chu announced that the nightclub and restaurant’s landlord, Saratoga Capital, had refused to extend Fahrenheit’s lease past the original 10-year agreement. “This came as quite a surprise to us, and after months of fighting for an extension to our lease, we have decided to put out the white flag,” Chu said. The news comes after Fahrenheit celebrated its tenth anniversary in downtown San Jose in April.

With no intention of going quietly, Fahrenheit will throw two RSVP-required parties this weekend, with Saturday designated for the general public and Sunday more oriented for industry regulars. Neither event will have a cover and anyone who RSVPs will receive a free drink ticket and hors d’oeuvres. Anyone who reserves a table will get a complimentary bottle of champagne.

DJs Melvis and Beathoz will provide the beats for the celebratory send-off, and the final days of business will be Sunday, Aug. 30.