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Holiday parties: Drinking on the company's bill

Whether you have a small crew or a full staff, consider these places for your next drunken office party.

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Trying to find the right place to drink too many rum and eggnogs and sloppily make-out with that guy from accounting? Whether you have a small crew or a full staff, consider these places for your next drunken rendition of "Frosty the Snowman." –Kyle Wells

Victory Arms Pub

This Lord Nelson Hotel bar can hold parties of up to 30 people and offers a menu of such holiday classics as turkey and pumpkin pie, starting a week before Christmas. The management is even open to designing a Christmas cocktail or two, just for you.

1515 South Park Street, 420-9781

Garrison Brewing Company

If you're looking for something different, Garrison (pictured above) can house 125 standing or 75 seated guests. The brewery also provides servers, a stage---whatever you need for holiday cheer.

1149 Marginal Road, 453-5343

ONYX

"We can do anything anybody is looking for," says manager Kyle Higgins. This means cocktails, food, appies, casual, formal, live music, specially designed drinks---anything goes. Rent the whole space or just a section.

5680 Spring Garden Road, 428-5680

Your Father's Moustache

An open layout and somewhat separated sections make this an ideal bar for a smaller group. While exclusive rental isn't available, the Moustache can accommodate large-ish groups at specific seating times. 

5686 Spring Garden Road, 423-6766

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