There’s only how many rounds of ‘never have I ever’ and ‘five-ten’ before you start to question how many more shots you have to go before you blackout. Sometimes you just want to drink and have fun, but the only thing you can do is send in endless song requests to the current live band.
We rounded up a couple of our favorite haunts where you and your squad can chill at without ever getting bored. Choose from beer pong, arcade games, giant Jenga, Quiz Night – the list is endless!
Hopheads isn’t your typical underground bar. Besides their super Instagrammable interiors and amazing range of craft beers, they’ve loaded up on all sorts of games to ensure that there will be nary a boring moment.
Besides the usual dart machines, foosball table and pool table, Hopheads offers a huge range of board games like the infamous Cards Against Humanities and huge Jenga. Need to test your hand-to-eye coordination after one too many drinks? There’s even a ping pong table. I don’t know about you, but drunk ping pong is pretty hilarious.
Once you’ve had your fill of fun, replenish your energy with their food offerings. Hopheads has all the usual bar bites like nachos and wings, and heavier dishes like pizzas, pasta and burgers. A must try is their Waffle Burger ($18.90), where the chicken is fried to perfection and comes sandwiched in two waffles and drizzled in maple syrup. The combination of sweet and savoury flavors is just what you need after an intense game of beer pong.
Address: 178 Clemenceau Ave Haw Par Glass Tower B1-00, Singapore 239926
Opening Hours: Mon – Sat 11.30am-12am
Contact: 6904 4019
Stickies is probably known for their insanely cheap happy hour promotions. I mean, their beers, wines and housepours are priced by the hour! Which means if you go at 12 noon, your beer is on the house (but you have to get some food) Their beer towers are also cheaper than most places in Clarke Quay at $55 for a three liter tower.
Aside from their ridiculously awesome deals, their entertainment options are pretty comprehensive too. Their darts, board games and pool are all free to play, and gamers will love the Playstation 4. If you love awful jokes, try Joking Hazard, a game where you compete to see who can come up with the worst comic strip. Another favorite is Exploding Kittens, which is a kitten version of the popular Russian Roulette card game.
Challenge the house to a game of beer pong, and if you win, you don’t have to pay! But if you lose, that’s going to cost you $50 a game.
Stickies has also just opened another outlet at Sunset Hill, so Westies don’t have to travel all the way to the city to have some fun!
Check out what else we have to say about Stickies here.
Address: 11 Keng Cheow St,#01-10, Singapore 059608
Opening Hours: Mon – Sun, 12pm -12am
Contact: 6443 7564
3. Club Castle
Club Castle at D’Kranji Farm Resort might be a little out of the way at Lim Chu Kang, but trust me, it’ll be worth the journey.
Club Castle is like a playground, but for the alcoholics. With LED chairs and tables so that you can see what you’re doing in the dark, Club Castle exudes arcade vibes, complete with games and booze.
Giant poker cards will definitely get a laugh when you’re trying to hide your hand from the person next to you, while a rotating wheel will put a spin on your drinking game. Put your vocals to the test with some karaoke, or play the claw machine to take home a souvenir.
Address: 10 Neo Tiew Lane 2 #01-10 Singapore 718813,D’Kranji Farm Resort
Opening Hours: Mon – Sun, 10.30am – 3am
Contact: 9722 4018
Obar loves its music as much you do, which is why you can catch live performances or even put on a show of your own at their karaoke pub outlets. Nothing like a couple of drinks to help you let down your hair and belt out a couple of songs!
There are a lot of Obar branches all over Singapore, but only the outlet at Tradehub 21 offers more than karaoke, with ping pong, foosball tables and dart boards for you to while the night away!
Obar at TradeHub 21
Address: 8 Boon Lay Way, Singapore 609964
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 11:30am – 1am, Sat & Sun: 4pm – 1am
Contact: 9050 0973
5. Molly Malone’s Irish Pub
Ever wondered what an Irish pub feels like?
Molly Malone’s is probably the most authentic Irish pub that you can get in Singapore – even the furnishings and interior were all painstakingly transported from Ireland. Their hearty nosh is a perfect prelude to a night of drinking. Other than their signature Fish And Chips, they also have Scotch Eggs, Bangers And Mash, and a homemade Soda Bread that comes with Bacon and Whiskey Marmalade!
Bringing back the ago ol’ tradition of Quiz Night, Molly Malone’s holds a weekly quiz on Monday nights that that is free to enter. Put your knowledge skills to the test, and you might win a bucket of beer and bragging rights if you come out first.
On the other days, you might be able to join in their Killer Pool, where you are awarded with a $50 bar tab if you are the last man, or challenge their Cards of Humanities Championship round to see who is the
best worst human being.
Molly Malone’s Irish Pub
Address: 56 Circular Road, 049411
Opening Hours: Mon – Sat, 11am – 1 am
Contact: 6536 2029
There you have it! No more boring nights, because no two nights will be the same when there’s always something new to do.
So grab your squad because the night has just started. Years down the road, you’ll be reminiscing those nights singing drunk karaoke and fooling around.
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(Header Image Source: Choong Yi Sze)