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PIMP YOUR PICNIC

WITH RESTAURANT OPTIONS LIMITED, YOUR BEST BET MAY BE DINING AL FRESCO

1 / the Wine

If quarantine has taught us anything, it’s that wine is essential. This stylish basket comes with a wine opener, a stopper, and four glasses—but we won’t tell if you pack only one glass. (See sidebar for booze tips.) SHOP IT Wine Country Picnic Basket, $199; markandgraham.com

2 / the Cheese

Since “to Brie or not to Brie” is never actually a question, upgrade your picnic—and support a New York City institution—with a monthly delivery of cheesy goodness. SHOP IT Murray’s Cheese of the Month Club, from $63; murrayscheese.com

3 / the Chiller

Pack your Claws and canapés

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