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Best place for New Year's Eve (East Coast)

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We love to travel for New Year's Eve and are looking for our next destination. Since Fodorites helped us plan our honeymoon (one month ago!!!), it makes sense that you'd help us plan our first married trip after that.

We love low-key (NYC is not our thing), but with something to do (first night kind of stuff) like dinner, pubs, walking through streets and stores, people-watching. We love atmosphere, and are not opposed to rustic/quiet fun as well as a little bit of partying! We'd like to stay on the Eastern side of the US - somewhere we can drive to or get a good, short deal on a flight.

We have been to the following places:
Annapolis
Poconos
Niagra Falls
Ireland
We live in Philadelphia and my husband is from Boston.

So, what are your suggstions? I've looked into Cape Cod and Key West so far.
Thanks!

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