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New Year’s feast

New Year’s feast

Dining: What do we love about New Year’s Eve? It’s a celebration of everything good about the year with enough booze to blot out what we want to forget. Add a great meal — especially one that someone else prepared — and you’re ushering in the next 12 months in effortless style. Comment

Celebrate 2008

Nightlife: New Year’s Eve can go either way. Sometimes a great party will keep you out until dawn, then staggering into a diner for breakfast having already broken most of your resolutions. In other years, a quiet night with friends can do the trick. We’ve gathered a list of all of the above, so you can pick a celebration that’s just right for you. Comments (1)

Flapjacks Rx

Dining: More often than not after a night of drinking, eating is the last thing on your mind. In fact, putting anything besides aspirin into your system often feels like it could have catastrophic results. Getting yourself fed, though, is an important part of the healing process. So where to go for New Year’s Day brunch? Comment

With the works

Event: No matter who you’re kissing when the clock strikes 12 on New Year’s Eve, if you’re in Brooklyn, there will be fireworks. Look here to find out where! Comment

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