A Party Animal’s Guide to Bar Hopping

One of the best ways to experience the drinking scene in a new city is to do a good bar hop.  Many people nowadays choose it as a great alternative to clubbing, and love enjoying new bars and meeting new people when traveling.

Bar hopping is also a great way to get to know a new city better, because you’ll find yourself going through strange streets and narrow pathways as you hop from bar to bar. In order to make the most of your bar hopping experience, it’s important for you to know how to bar hop in the first place. You want to see the best the town has to offers, and its bars have to reflect that!

Here is a party animal’s guide to bar hopping:

Don’t forget to do your research beforehand

This is crucial. If you don’t do your research, your bar hopping experience can end up being dull and boring. Even that liquor won’t make you feel better about it!

Before going bar hopping, make sure you find out what and where the best bars are, and read customer reviews online (they never lie…) You might also want to ask your local bartender if he or she knows any other in the city you’re visiting. The bartending community is actually a very tight one, and mutual connections can unexpectedly pop up.

This can be a great source of help as the bartender can tell you where to head to get an amazing bar hopping experience and not break the bank while buying drinks while you’re at it too.

Map it all out

After you’re done with your research, you’ll probably have a list of bars shortlisted.  As tempting as it may seem, it’s not quite possible for you to visit them all in a single night. Prioritize.

Find out which neighborhoods they’re in and visit the ones closer together first. Consider the travel time, and what day would suit you best. The timings for bars also differ, so you may want to have a look at these too in advance to avoid making an unnecessary journey! If you’re going with a huge group of friends, it’s always a wise idea to rent a party bus.

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Eat and drink water, please

Drinking on an empty stomach will do you no good. You want to remember your night, not be passed out on the couch.


Before heading out, make sure you eat a carb-loaded hearty meal to make yourself ready for the alcohol coming your way. Drink plenty of water throughout the night as well to avoid dehydration. The last thing you want on a night out is to fall sick!

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