How To Catering Your Very Own New Year’s Party

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With New Years Eve fast-approaching here, yours truly at Big City Little Kitchen have decided to throw a big ol’ bash. After all, a night out in the city on New Years is pretty terrible. Read: $200 for tickets to an overcrowded club with grumpy bartenders, virtually no cabs available, and a tourist-packed Times Square. No, thank you very much. We think we’ll stay at home.

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So what’s better than spending the end of the year/new beginning with your best friends, strong drinks a little bubbly, and some delicious hors d’oeuvres? Nothing. Here’s what’s on the menu:

So, that’s it for 2012! We hope you all had an amazing year and that 2013 is even better. It’s a new beginning, and the possibilities are endless. Remember to drink responsibly, but celebrate well!

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    Enjoy! And I don’t blame you for wanting to avoid Times Square. No thanks to that!

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