“My favorite drink, Maker’s Mark and ginger, will be served in souvenir Mason jars.”
Mason jar, $1.75 at Broadway Panhandler, 65 E. 8th St., nr. Broadway; 212-966-3434.
“Blindfolds will be provided for zero cheating in Mafia.”
$3 at Ricky’s, 590 Broadway, nr. W. Houston St.; 212-226-5552.
“I’ll serve food on stacks of vintage suitcases that I have collaged using my trusty Mod Podge glue.”
Mod Podge, $4.29 at Blick Art Materials, 1–5 Bond St., nr. Lafayette St.; 212-533-2444. Suitcase, $300 at David Stypmann Co., 190 Sixth Ave., nr. Spring St.; 212-226-5717.
“I’ll be dressed like an ensemble member in Martha Graham’s original dance troupe.”
Full circle spandex-polyester skirt (not pictured), $45 at Capezio, 1650 Broadway, at 51st St., second fl.; 212-245-2130.
“There’ll be deviled eggs to munch on and angel eggs (filled with delicious marshmallow fluff) to suck on, all served in individual wooden sake boxes.”
$5.95 at Pearl River Mart, 477 Broadway, nr. Broome St.; 212-431-4770.
“Toy instruments—jingle-bell sticks, kazoos, tambourines, maracas—will be handed out so we can play carols.”
$3 to $8 each at Pier 1 Imports, 71 Fifth Ave., at 15th St.; 212-206-1911.
“The only light source will come from white Christmas lights, the warmest, softest lights ever invented.”
String of 300 lights, $15 at Rite-Aid, 501 Sixth Ave., at 12th St.; 212-727-3720.
“I’ll pass around mistletoe antidote—vials filled with garlic-infused vodka— to break up the kissing.”
Glass vials, $3.49 at the Container Store, 629 Sixth Ave., nr. 18th St.; 212-366-4200.
“Everyone gets a complimentary kitten. No one will notice if conversation starts to sag.”
ASPCA, 424 E. 92nd St., nr. York Ave.; 212-876-7700