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4 Perfect BYOB Spots For Students Living In Dublin

4 Perfect BYOB Spots For Students Living In Dublin

It's January which means one thing: everyone is piss poor.  Thankfully the world took note of this and created our socialising January best friend forever in the form of BYOB (Bring Your Own Booze). If you're struggling to think of cheap ways to have the craic this month, and throughout the year, then try out some of these top-notch hangouts that won't break the bank and will give you the sesh you crave:

Hideout

Tucked away on South William Street, the Hideout is perfect for anyone who loves playing pool in a chilled out atmosphere. BYOB is available all weekend long but only from 6pm during the weekdays.  Student nights are Monday to Thursday and it's 10 euro per student to enter and €5 to bring in beer.

Rotana Cafe

If you fancy a night of good food that won't break the bank and an eclectic atmosphere then try Rotana Cafe. Rotana serves Lebanese food and the corkage fee is absolutely free.  The BYOB Cafe even has shisha pipes!

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Drop Dead Twice

If you're looking to go glam in January then try Drop Dead Twice, Francis Street, Dublin's first bring you own cocktail bar, The mixologists will whip you and your friends up some delicious drinks and all you have to do is bring your spirit of choice. It's only €25 euro for two hours or €30 for three hours per person. You can take home whatever drink you don't use. To book a slot and for more details about Drop Dead Twice click here.

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BYOB Bowling

Anyone who has ever down BYOB bowling knows it's unbelievable craic. Across Dublin there's a number of venues that host the drinking game including the Leisureplex, which can be found in Coolock, Tallagh and Stillorgan, and Bray Bowling. Leisureplex student nights are Tuesday and Thursday from 9 to 12 pm, depending on the location. For €12 Bray Bowling offers a game of bowling and access to free arcade games and pool and stays open until 2 am.

So. Many. Choices.

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Garret Farrell

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