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Things to do after 10pm

Post by nanana » Wed, 30 Apr 2014 2:05 pm

I'm working night shift tonight. But don't feel like going home after finishing my job. What can I do after 10pm? Where can I go for a drink (alone)without being seen as a prostitute who is looking for business at that hour? It has to be somewhere in the east and easy to get a cab after that.

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Re: Things to do after 10pm

Post by the lynx » Wed, 30 Apr 2014 2:48 pm

nanana wrote:I'm working night shift tonight. But don't feel like going home after finishing my job. What can I do after 10pm? Where can I go for a drink (alone)without being seen as a prostitute who is looking for business at that hour? It has to be somewhere in the east and easy to get a cab after that.
Dog & Bone in Siglap. It is *hard* to look like a prostitute when you drink alone in a family pub. Getting a cab is harder though. Maybe you get better luck of hailing cabs at Cider Pit at Joo Chiat instead.

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Post by proxymoron » Wed, 30 Apr 2014 3:03 pm

If you stay away from Joo Chiat area, rest all the bars and joints are good place have drinks

brotzeit, TGI Fridays (and a bunch of others around Katong & east coast road),
there are quite a few good places in Changi City Point
Bernie's, Bark Cafe (both near Changi prison)
Charlies Place at Changi Village

so cheers.. and have a good time.
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Post by nanana » Wed, 30 Apr 2014 3:47 pm

thanks for the suggestions! cheers!

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Post by chrycket1976 » Fri, 02 May 2014 9:58 pm

Reading a good book at home sounds cozy to me. :)

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