2. As space allows, keep the food away from the game areas. This will encourage people to eat during breaks (and will help protect your games.)
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4. Of course, a certain vintage toyshop is a great place to look for games (hint, hint), but you can also look for games at thrift stores. (Just check for missing pieces.) Some libraries even have games to check out. And don’t be shy to ask your friends to bring along their favorite games.
6. If you’re hosting, gently encourage guests to play with different people rather than the same group all night, and keep your eyes open for anyone left out!
7. To step it up a notch, decorate and prepare food related to the games. Pinterest is a great place for inspiration! https://www.pinterest.com/barbearly/food-that-looks-like-toys-and-games/
Question: Do you have a favorite board game?