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New Year's Eve reminders: Last-minute parties, bars open past 2 a.m.

Last-minute New Year's Eve parties around Baltimore

You were perfectly fine with spending a low-key New Year's at home – cuddled up in pajamas, watching reruns of "The Walking Dead," or the annual "Twilight Zone" marathon on Syfy.

But then all of your friends started bragging about their big plans for ringing in 2014. Your mood quickly shifts, and suddenly, you need to get out. Socialize, dance, laugh, drink.

It's OK, we've got you covered. CLICK HERE for a roundup of last-minute, affordable New Year's Eve party options happening around Baltimore. It wouldn't be a bad idea to call ahead, just in case some other procrastinators had the same idea you did.

Remember, bars can stay open past 2 a.m. on NYE

A perk of living in Baltimore: Bars are permitted to stay open until 2 a.m. Jan. 2., thanks to a decades-old city law. Yes, that means the doors can stay open for more than 30 hours straight. Here are some bars taking advantage of the law:

Smaltimore (2522 Fait Ave., Canton): Open to the public after 1 a.m. and not closing.

No Idea Tavern (1649 S. Hanover St., Federal Hill): $40 for top-shelf open bar from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. Not closing.   

Don't Know Tavern (1453 Light St., Federal Hill): $60 for top-shelf open bar from 9 p.m. to midnight, all-you-can-eat buffet. Tickets available here. Doors stay open until "no one's left standing," according to Don't Know's website.

Alexander's Tavern (710 S. Broadway, Fells Point): $80 for top-shelf open bar from 8 p.m.-3 a.m., buffet from 8-11 p.m. Email cpodles@gmail.com for tickets.  

Do you know about more options for last-minute New Year’s Eve party-ers? Are you a bar staying open all night? Let us know in the comments field.

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