Chandon's guide to entertaining on the town
Imagine throwing a party where you don't have to cook, serve drinks, worry about someone breaking your best china or clean up afterward.
The secret? Instead of inviting your company in, you invite them out!
"Entertaining on the town" is a concept that's gained in popularity in recent years, especially in urban areas where apartments can be small and nightspots are plentiful.
It's a new twist on the traditional progressive dinner, where each course is served at the home of a different party-goer. Only now, the event takes place in a series of different bars, restaurants, cafés and clubs. Follow our three-part guide to putting together your own night on the town.
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