4 Spots for Fun Drinks InCanterbury

It’s Halloween weekend, which means that — if you’re anything like us — you’re looking for a bit of a thrill while out on the town.
No need to fear: we’ve rounded up 4 fun spots, where you can grab unique drinks…even while in costume.

1. Bramley’s

Live your hipster dreams at this ‘vintage-chic’ bar. Located on Orange Street, Bramley’s is the spot to get classically made cocktails. And we mean classically.

The bartenders take their time to mix up concoctions, so get ready for martinis that are stirred until frozen and hand-muddled mojitos. If you want fancy with a side of live music, this is the spot.

 

2. Citi Terrace

Are you into cocktails that are literally on fire? How about milkshakes that are infused with booze? Look no further than Citi Terrace, located just a pebble’s throw from the Cathedral.

You can warm up on the outdoor terrace with heaters and hookahs while you enjoy the blue flames coming off of your drinks. They also have a pretty incredible menu if you’re feeling munchy.

3. The Pound

Attached to West Gate Tour, The Pound offers expertly made drinks as well as your own private cell in which to enjoy them.

This spot has been awarded Kent’s Best Bar by Muddy Stilettos, and their drinks have even been featured in The New York Times. Be sure to put on your best fancy dress though, because this place is, indeed, fancy.

4. Happy Samurai

If you’re looking for something a bit quieter — and perhaps cocktails aren’t your thing — this incredible, authentic Japanese restaurant boasts some pretty tasty saki.

We recommend ordering the saki hot, especially if the weather is on the chilly side. And we most definitely recommend a side of handmade sushi. 

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