Celebrating your 21st Birthday (When your Friends aren’t 21)

There are certain birthdays that are considered milestones: first your 10th birthday, when you’re finally in the double-digits. Then your sweet 16, when you can start learning how to drive. Then, when you’re 18 and a legal adult. Finally, when you’re 21. Most people like to go to bars when they’re 21 and experience the freedom of being able to drink legally. However, for those who have friends who are still 20 or below, it can be difficult to leave them behind. Here are some fun ways to celebrate being 21 and not leaving your under-21 friends out.

1. Find some place that is 18+

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There are many clubs that are 18 and up that only serve alcohol to those who can drink it legally. Try partying at one of these clubs so that your younger friends don’t get left out.

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