These Coastal Cities are the Most Hungover on New Year’s Day (Plus, a Toast to National Bloody Mary Day!)

January 1, 2016 | By | Comments (1)
San Francisco

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How are you feeling this morning? So-so? Abysmal? Just peachy? According to a recent study conducted by Trulia, if you celebrated New Year’s Eve in certain cities across the US, you have a greater chance of being hungover on New Year’s Day. The real estate site rounded up stats on the number of nightlife establishments, bars, breweries, comfort food, restaurants, and drug stores to determine their findings, and the coast is heartily represented. Check out the top 15:

Cities Most Likely to Have a New Year’s Hangover:

  1. San Francisco, CA
  2. Boston, MA
  3. Las Vegas, NV
  4. Philadelphia, PA
  5. Providence, RI
  6. New Orleans, LA
  7. New York, NY
  8. San Diego, CA
  9. Long Island, NY
  10. Portland, OR
  11. New Haven, CT
  12. Cambridge, MA
  13. Orange County, CA
  14. Worcester, MA
  15. Fairfield County, CT

Whether you celebrated in one of these cities or elsewhere along the coast, if you’re feeling under the weather, you’re in luck. Today is National Bloody Mary Day, which means it’s totally acceptable to give the ol’ hair of the dog remedy a try. Mix up a pitcher of Cajun Bloody Marys…

Cajun Bloody Mary

Photo: Jennifer Davick

and then go out and get yourself something fried. Or pizza. That’s always good too.

Happy New Year!

 

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COMMENTS

  1. Julie

    Coastal cities?? That’s a bit deceiving. Didn’t know Las Vegas or Philadelphia had moved to the coast

    January 1, 2016 at 4:39 pm

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