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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Top 5 Ways to Be Lucky in the Party Scene for the Year of the Rabbit

  • Because Red is the color of prosperity, order drinks in the color: Red Horse, Red Margarita, Red Ales, Bloody Mary, Singapore Sling, Cosmopolitan, Strawberry Daiquiri—they are all sure to give you luck for the Chinese New Year! More importantly, they are sure to get you drunk.
  • For the New Year, think of the phrase “out with the old and in with the new”. Buy some new threads, and give your party closet an overhaul. This will hopefully give you a lot of positive attention in the party scene; and we all know it’s always good to stand out.
  • We all know that fruits can give us prosperity and good luck in the Chinese New Year. If you want to get really lucky, make some drunken water melons and apples by scoring holes in the fruits and then pouring vodka inside the hole. Let the alcohol set, slice the fruit and enjoy getting drunk on fruit!
  • Share the Good Vibes. If you give out good vibes at the start of the year, it is bound to breed on itself and return to you ten fold.
  • Rabbits are known to be meek and mild; so try to be non-confrontational in the party scene. More importantly, try to be as naughty as the rabbit. It would surprise you to know how much better people would treat you after a little flirting in the party scene. Ssssh. But don’t tell anyone I told you!

Drink of the Week: Jack Rabbit

Since we are celebrating the start of the year of the rabbit, I have decided to give out a cocktail named the Jack Rabbit! Here is how you make it:

In a shaker filled half-way with ice, pour:

* Two shots of brandy
* half an ounce of lemon juice
*half an ounce of orange juice
* half an ounce of maple syrup

Shake in a shaker and pour over a martini glass

February 2 is the Start of the Chinese New Year

Welcome to the year of the rabbit, partyphiles! Celebrate the Chinese New Year with a bang by partying with us tonight at Starr for Partyphile Meets The Party Animal! See you at 9 pm!