Before going downtown to complete the pub crawl, consider heading over to Howler’s or Bunyan’s for their deals and delicious food.
These businesses are a great way to start the evening, and it’s a good idea to start the pub crawl feeling refreshed and fueled up on food.
1. “Celebrate the new Century” by starting your night at The Varsity Pub. This bar, the oldest in town, is a great place to celebrate your USD pride.
Typically a beer bar, it could be nice to start off the night by sharing a pitcher with your friends before you switch to the hard liquor.
2. Keep the loop going and head to Old Lumber Company. Here is a good place to get a shot or a mixed drink to wash down their infamous peanuts.
Plus, the spacious area allows for many students to meet up with friends for the night.
3. Carey’s is next. This is a good bar for both mixed drinks and beer. Their prices are decent and they have plenty of space to sit, both inside and outside on their patio.
Plus, there are many activities such as pool and darts to enjoy.
4. Now onto good ‘ole Leo’s Bar and Grille – another spacious bar.
There’s plenty of space here to socialize with friends, and a nice place to get both mixed drinks and beer.
5. At this point, you’re probably feeling pretty good. What better way to continue celebrating D-Days than singing some karaoke at The Eagles?
This bar is a good spot to sit down and enjoy a show of people singing their favorite songs at the top of their lungs.
6. “To the Pub!” your friends might say as you make your way to Main Street Pub.
This bar, mainly known for its breakfast food and other bar food, is a nice place to enjoy the many specials they offer during the weekend.
They also offer great seating for larger groups.
7. Shots anyone? Head to Maya Jane’s next for its famous shots they serve.
While the weekend isn’t normally when they do their $1 shots special, Maya Jane’s does have a great selection. Plus, the bar has a dance floor, pool table and other activities to enjoy.
8. Where to go to end their night? The Charcoal Bar for “Char 30,” of course.
Patrons can gather for the last hour or so before bar close to meet up with their friends.
The wrap-around bar is a great way to spread out the service and will help you get your last drink in for the night.