Weekend after weekend, some of us get sick of the same bars and nightclubs entertaining us. Sure, dancing and chatting over several great cocktails or shooting some pool with the boys is fun, but boredom sets in when things become too familiar. Finding and delivering patrons a club or clubbing experience with a distinction is difficult. People are difficult to please and new concepts and ideas can be expensive to initiate and have a while to get popularity. There are always a few great bars and clubs around Sydney standing in the name of individuality.
For a long time now, bars and nightclubs around Sydney have been testing new forms of fun inside their venues. In a bid to draw patrons out during the week rather than just on the weekends, places like the Annandale Hotel have started up quiet nights like the Monday film night. Titled “Cult Cinema Monday”, the hotel transforms its main bar area to host short films from the 60’s and 70’s. Another venue offering films is tapas joint, Madam Fling Flong. Imagine munching on deep fried prawns and salt and pepper squid while you laze back with whether beer or perhaps a cocktail in the huge recliner armchairs.
If cinema doesn’t flick your switch though, head on right down to the Arthouse Hotel for a night of drawing, dancing and pampering. Through the week, you will find different sessions like life drawing, where people can try their hand at sketching a model 호스트바. Other popular nights at Arthouse would be the pampering sessions where ladies could possibly get free nail care advice, cocktails, facials and beauty tips and tricks. Mid week dancers showing off burlesque and cabaret steps try the stage as well.
Bar Broadway holds the same weekly event with dance lessons for patrons who wish to give swing a go. The bar can also be taking advantage and moving forward with today’s technologically driven world of music production. Wednesdays at the bar is “play day” – an opportunity for people to hit the decks. Hook up your iPod to the bars speakers and for 20 minutes, your favourite songs are pumped through the venue. The Cricketers Arms Hotel has followed suit, with an evening Dubbed “iPod Wars “.It is a complete night focused on airing the play lists in your iPod.
For other bars and nightclubs, going back once again to basics is just how forward. The Lord Dudley for instance, allows patrons to create along their very own cards, while other bar hoppers takes advantageous asset of the venues dartboard. Free trivia and pool games are on offer at the Unity Hall Hotel helping to make a night out both cheap and fun. Poetry reading, comedy nights, book clubs, band competitions and Sunday afternoon jazz sessions are available at the Oatley Hotel. Most quirky however, is just about everything at the Friend in Hand Hotel. You’ll find bric-a-brac available; the bars very own pet cockatoo, Josephine, crab racing and poetry readings.
With these ideas, you’re sure to find something dissimilar to do on a typical basis. No more will you spend your time in the same bars, clubs and pubs. No more will you head out on the town and continuously look at your watch to test how long you’ve left until you’re able to head home. What you should do from now on is enjoy yourself in an entirely new and eclectic way!