After summer 2020, one thing’s for sure: We’re beyond desperate to socialize. And the revenge dinner party (as in, a dinner party so epic that it makes up for lost time spent in solitude during quarantine) trend is proof. According to a recent study by ButcherBox, nearly half of us are eager to entertain our friends and family once it’s safe enough to do so. With vaccinations on the rise and summer weather on the horizon, hosting a next-level meal at our place feels more fun (and lower-risk) than heading to a restaurant. Here’s how to prepare for an unforgettable revenge dinner party, from your outfit to the menu.