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New Year's Eve Picnic/What to eat on January 31st?

christina z | Sep 29, 199903:21 PM     2

Okay, call me crazy but I'm going to Times Square
on New Year's Eve. My friend has a shop in the
vicinity so we'll probably stay up in the shop
until about 10:30 p.m. and then go down into the
street and not even try to get near the ball-drop.
We're just going to party with the crowds. But my
question is about beforehand: Since we're going
to be up in a shop (and probably end up sleeping
there as some point after the festivities) what
should we plan on eating? Going to a restaurant
is out of the question because the ones that are
open will probably be insanely crowded. So we're
going to have some kind of picnic. Any ideas for
an appropriate new year's eve picnic menu?

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