The Party Girl finds that for this weekend, Saturday seems to be the day to be out.
From 1pm, MeatLiquor in Duxton Road will be having their anti-brunch, erm, brunch. Called EATs, BEATs & TREATs (also know as "F*#< Brunch"), the DJ promises to spin "s#*! he doesn't play in clubs".
The free flow price is $90++ per person. If this one is full, you can go again on Dec 5.
If not, from 7.30pm, Singapore Pub Crawl celebrates four years of boozing up around town. It's $15 to join where you can check out four undiscovered bars and one club with some good deals on alcohol.
You know that snazzy barber shop at Bali Lane called Hounds of the Baskervilles? Well, they are celebrating three years of styling hair exclusively for men. They said: "Everyone is invited. Free booze if you bring a friend" - someone please take me along!
For those who want something a little different, the Freedom Film Festival is on Saturday and Sunday where you can watch shorts, films and documentaries at the Projector in Beach Road.
And the Affordable Art Fair is back for its sixth edition at the F1 Pit Building till Sunday where you can see some cool art and buy them from $100 to $10,000.
If you don't know, now you know.
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