New Year's Eve drinks

It's New Years Eve, and you've decided to throw a party.<br>
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"Enough with the $80 ticket prices at some bar or hotel," you said, and came to the conclusion that it'd be way more fun to have a gathering of friends at your humble abode, where everyone can hear each other talk and not have to jockey for position at the bar.<br>
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You want your party to be classy, to be sure, but certainly not break the bank. Lucky for you, we’'ve got some aces up our sleeve that are sure to keep your <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="EVFES000168" title="New Year's Day" href="/topic/arts-culture/holidays/new-years-day-EVFES000168.topic">New Year's Eve</a> party festive and diverse. <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB000004386" title="Martha Stewart" href="/topic/entertainment/television/martha-stewart-PECLB000004386.topic">Martha Stewart</a>, eat your heart out.<br>
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<i>--By Evan Siple</i>

( Getty Images / December 26, 2012 )

It's New Years Eve, and you've decided to throw a party.

"Enough with the $80 ticket prices at some bar or hotel," you said, and came to the conclusion that it'd be way more fun to have a gathering of friends at your humble abode, where everyone can hear each other talk and not have to jockey for position at the bar.

You want your party to be classy, to be sure, but certainly not break the bank. Lucky for you, we’'ve got some aces up our sleeve that are sure to keep your New Year's Eve party festive and diverse. Martha Stewart, eat your heart out.

--By Evan Siple

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