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Forget Bars. Host The Perfect Game Night Instead

When I first moved from New York to Los Angeles, my biggest worry was the toll it would take on my social life. “But I have become accustomed to drinking constantly, often until 3AM on a Tuesday, eating french fries, then walking home and sleeping away the shame. How will I survive?!” I wondered. Bars in LA stay open ‘til 1 at the latest, and I don’t know if you’ve heard, but people drive a lot in LA. And according to the powerful It’s Important That You Stay Alive and Also Not Kill Other People lobby, drunk driving is not something you should be doing. So I was concerned. About that, and my ability to get a sunburn from little more than a 75 watt light bulb. But mostly it was the social life. In New York, everything is built around drinking. You could be planning your grandmother‘s 95th birthday…

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