Weird Hangover Cures From Around the World: Where to Try Them in South Florida
From mild dehydration to headaches to stomach pains to full on vomiting, you're probably going to be feeling the aftereffects of New Years Eve.
Or, we hope so, at least.
New Years Eve is celebrated all over the world in much the same way: everyone gets drunk.
Sure, you have rituals like eating grapes at Midnight, throwing flower into the ocean, or noshing on some Hoppin' John, but the general gist of consuming copious amounts of alcohol crosses all borders and cultures -- mostly.
Given the international appeal of the holiday, we figured it would be apropos to gather up a list of weird hangover cures from across the world, and places to try them out.
Yeah, you could pop some aspirin, drink some Gatorade, and call it a day, but where's the fun in that?
Try something new for 2014.
Pickled Herring (Germany)
Americans don't tend to think of eating pickled fish, ever; unless, of course your of eastern European descent. It's certainly not going to be craved when you're nursing an ailing head and stomach. Germans, on the other hand, go reach straight for the pickled herring after a night on the sauce. If you're interested in foregoing your greasy spoon for some German post-drinking tricks, Old Heidelberg has herring on the menu -- and plenty of beer.