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Early evening drink thats child friendly?

Post by Joanne » Thu, 19 May 2005 9:25 pm

We are Brits who have been living here for a few weeks now and I'm missing my saturday nights out, but with no babysitters thats out of the question. Are there any places or areas to go out for an early evening drink that are child friendly? :D


Post by Guest » Thu, 19 May 2005 9:46 pm

Quite a few down by the river side, clark quay


Post by Joanne » Fri, 20 May 2005 7:57 pm

Please could be more specific, there are a lot of places down there. :wink:

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Post by Morticia » Thu, 26 May 2005 10:14 pm

WEll Brewerks is one place, its on the Riverside Point side of the river, across from where the major upgrading is happening... Most of the places at Clarke Quay have outdoor seating so having a drink while the kids run around is not so bad, though weekends tend to be fairly busy. Another place to check out (maybe a bit out of the way, depending on where you live) is the Indoor Staidum waterfront(right behind the Indoor stadium). There are two pubs right across the foot bridge from eachother which are outdoors. Cozy Bay is one, and it tends to attact a more local crowd, but has a pool table and juke box, and is nice even when its busy on weekends. The other place is called Beacon and it tends to be quiet most of the time but there is plenty of room so the kids can run around and even bring bicycles, scooters...etc. along with them. There are so many places in Singapore that you can sit outside, finding a place to suit YOUR needs shouldn't be much of a problem. It might just take a bit of looking around and trial and error. Good luck.
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Post by dolby » Fri, 27 May 2005 9:30 am

There are places on Robertson Walk where you can sit outside, and I've seen quite a few kids with their parents around there, especially in the courtyard where you can keep an eye on them a bit easier.

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