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Poll: What's Your Favorite Holiday Drink?

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It's that time of year again: Time to navigate the thorny realm of holidays with the relatives. There are many ways to cope with the dread of sitting around the dining room table for hours, but there's nothing quite like a stiff drink to help ease the uncomfortable conversations about work, children, and especially politics.

Some of our favorite drinks include good old fashioned eggnog. If you need a recipe, check out Richie Moe's eggnog.

Then of course there's beer. Who doesn't like beer? And breweries are rolling out all kinds of great holiday editions like SunUp's The Nut Before Christmas.

There were a total of 42 votes on last week's poll about what you'd miss most with Local Breeze's closing. Thirty seven percent of voters said "Meh, I never liked it that much anyway," 20 percent said they'd miss the outdoor bar, 16 percent said they'd miss the food, 11 percent said the laid back atmosphere, 9 percent the staff, and 7 percent said "other." 

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