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This App Lets You Redeem Free Drinks Every Day At Bars Across Singapore For $15.90/Month


Get a free drink every day with WOOFR

 

Nothing feels better than unwinding with your pals after a hectic work day, but looking at your bank account the morning after may just restart your stress - after all, drinks don’t come cheap.

But download mobile app WOOFR, and you’ll save yourself from constant scrimping - not only will it allow you to redeem a free drink daily, it also comes with exclusive deals you can redeem at your favourite nightlife spots. And if you’re a DBS/POSB debit or credit cardholder, you’ll get to purchase this app at a discounted price of $15.90/month (U.P. $29.90/month)!

To put things into perspective: if you have two $12 drinks every Friday night, you’d be spending close to $100 a month on booze without the app. From bars to Japanese eateries, here’re some of the places where you can put this app to good use:

 

1. The Wall

 

The wall SG

Image credit: @thewallsg

If you’re a fan of both grilled meat and whiskey, you’ll be delighted by The Wall. From rare single malts to blended whiskeys, this Japanese bar serves drink sets that pair perfectly with their Sumiyaki.

sumiyaki the wall

Image credit: @thewallsg

The delectable selection of meat is prepared on a charcoal grill  - the Tebasaki ($5) is a tender chicken wing with crispy skin, while the Hotate Bacon ($9) is succulent Hokkaido scallops wrapped in juicy bacon. 

Not to worry if you’re new to whiskey, the East Meets West Flight ($37) is the best introduction to the scene, with 4 international selections:  Auchentoshan Three Wood (Scotland), Les Moissons (France), Yamazaki Distiller Reserve (Japan) and Kavalan Single Malt (Taiwan).

Address: 76 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088497
Telephone: 6225 7988
Opening Hours: Tue - Sat: 6PM - 1AM
Website

 

2. Brewhouse SG

 

Coffee is an essential for some, while others need to end their day with some alcoholic comfort. At Brewhouse SG, you can get the best of both worlds - their coffees come infused with alcohol, saving you the trip to two different places.

calamity coffee Brewhouse SG

Image credit: Innocence Brewing

The brewery specialises in both artisan coffee and tap beers, and constantly experiments with new flavors, resulting in the highly requested Calamity Coffee ($14), a speciality that has clean floral notes lighter than any other coffee stout. 

citrus IPA

Image credit: Innocence Brewing

For those who prefer fruitier drinks, get the Citrus Punch IPA ($14) - fresh oranges, grapefruits and lemons are grated and brewed to produce this citrusy explosion, so you’re sure to get a good dose of vitamin C. 

Note: During Happy Hour, all pints are $10.

Address: 171 Chin Swee Road, #01-02, Singapore 169877
Telephone: 9337 9798
Opening Hours: Mon - Fri: 8:30AM - 10PM | Sat: 5PM - 10PM
Website

 

3. BellJar

 

There’s a misconception that atas bars serve equally expensive food, but that’s not the case for BellJar. At an affordable price range of $9 to $34, the modern twist that they put in local hawker dishes can be enjoyed by anyone. 

Har cheong pork belly

Image credit: @anneotherhuangryasian

In their Har Cheong Siew Yoke ($16), the cackling skin of the sio bak is marinated with prawn paste, offering a savoury bite most of us are familiar with. Those craving for Japanese nosh can order the Chicken Teriyaki Don ($12), where crisp chicken thigh is served with a homemade teriyaki sauce and minced tamago. 

Belljar singer in a smoky room

Served in a bell jar, Singer In A Smoky Room ($28) is a cinnamon and bourbon wood infused cocktail that reminds us of the forbidden rose in Beauty & The Beast: Image credit: @thebelljar_sg

That’s not all. Started by two local entrepreneurs to create whiskey for the younger generation, the bar also serves up the unique citrusy Smith G ($20) - an earl grey-infused gin with granny smith apples, freshly squeezed lemon, egg white and honey. 

Address: 18 N Canal Road, Singapore 048830
Telephone: 9488 9549
Opening Hours: Mon - Sat: 4PM - 11:45PM
Website

 

4. Mr Punch Restaurant & Rooftop bar 

 

Whether you’re in for some cafe grub or a couple of drinks, Mr Punch Restaurant & Rooftop Bar has got your back - enter its basement and you’ll find a wacky cafe decorated with retro british posters, or head to the rooftop for an eclectic variety of drinks.

mr punch restaurant & rooftop bar

Image credit: Mr Punch Public House

Lobster-addicts, you’ll find joy in the Lobster Brioche ($38). The succulent maine lobster meat is tossed in a zesty Grand Merrier, and served with creamy mentaiko sauce and greuyere cheese. Plus, there’s an extra whole lobster on the side - definitely a bang for your buck. 

mr punch public house mojito

Image credit: Mr Punch Public House

The rooftop bar serves quirky seasonal flavors and cocktails such as Caipirinha, a Brazilian cocktail made with passion fruit and sugarcane. But if you prefer the classics, you can always count on the Mojito ($18) to cleanse your palate after a heavy meal.

Address: 26 Seah Street, Singapore 188382
Telephone: 8339 8966 
Opening Hours: Mon - Thurs: 3PM - 11:30PM | Fri: 3PM - 2AM | Sat: 11AM - 11:30PM | Sun: 11AM - 6PM
Website

 

5. Sticky Fingers Cafe & Bar

 

Sticky fingers

Image credit: Sticky Fingers

Clubs are great for gatherings, but getting lost in the crowd makes regrouping difficult - so those looking for a fun night out without the hassle of getting hold of your friends, head to Sticky Fingers, a cosy bar great for late night bonding.

sticky fingers pool table

Image credit: Sticky Fingers

There are games such as Jenga and Cards Against Humanity free for all to play, so challenge your friends as you drink the night away. Plus, purchase two jugs of beer and you’ll get to try Beer Pong ($60)!

Prices are wallet-friendly too - at most places, shooters can easily cost up to $12 each, but over here, a set of 3 only costs $15 to $25.

Address: 11 Keng Cheow Street, #01-05/06, Singapore 059608
Telephone: 6532 1230
Opening Hours: Tue - Thurs: 5PM - 1AM | Fri - Sat: 5PM - 2AM
Website

 

6. Witbier

 

Witbier prawn paste chicken wings

The Prawn Paste Wings ($14) are coated in a crispy batter with intense flavour. Image credit: @hellohungrypeople

Located in Aliwal Street, unassuming Witbier is easy to miss the amidst the vibrant nightlife of the area. But if you stumble upon this American-Asian fusion bar, it’ll quickly become a favourite hangout. 

Otah Bruschetta

Otah Bruschetta. Image credit: @thesilverchef

Served on toasted bread, the spicy Otah Bruschetta ($10.00) is a must-have starter for any drinking occasion - and it goes well with Warsteiner Premium Pilsner ($16), a German draft beer known for its full-bodied taste and subtle bitterness.

If you prefer something sweeter, try the Timmermans Strawberry Lambic ($8) instead - made with natural juice and fermented in oak barrels. 

Address: 14 Aliwal Street, Singapore 199907
Telephone: 6291 1984
Opening Hours: Mon - Sat: 4PM - 12AM
Website

 

7. Burp Kitchen & Bar

 

There’s no such thing as drinking too early, and Burp Kitchen & Bar seconds that - opened at 4pm on weekdays and noon on weekends, it’s the perfect place to chill for those who have to make an early trip home. 

 Burp kitchen & bar

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Tap beers such as Asahi Super Dry ($6.40) and Kronenbourg ($6.50) are a popular choice, but the Bucket Of Five ($38) is the better deal for sharing amongst friends. Even if alcohol isn’t your thing, a quirky range of mocktails such as the Mocking Burp ($4.50) is also available.

And while we’re still on the salted egg yolk hype, the Crabby Patty ($18) comes with two charcoal buns and a deep fried soft shell crab, drenched with a generous amount of rich salted egg yolk sauce. 

Address: 740 Bedok Reservoir Road, #01-3165, Singapore 470740
Telephone: 8428 4722
Opening Hours: Tue - Fri: 4PM - 12AM | Sat - Sun: 12PM - 12AM
Website

 

8. Fleek Club

 

Fans of Phuture, there’s an alternative place for you to immerse your R&B-loving soul in. With the newest urban music and different guest DJs everyday, Fleek Club is the new hot spot at Clarke Quay. 

Fleek club

Image credit:  @epitomecollective

With reasonably priced cover charges at $15 for girls and $25 for guys, this neon light-filled underground tavern allows you to dance the night away without burning a hole in your wallet. A favourite among party-goers, resident DJ Raw frequents the club as well - we hear that he has a forte for unpredictable sets and bass dropping hits!

Plus, Jagerbombs are available at $10 all night long - those looking to get your energy high, you’ll know what to order. 

Address: 3C River Valley Road, #01-10, Singapore
Telephone: 8808 0854
Opening Hours: Wed - Sat: 10PM - 4AM
Website

 

9. Tomo Izakaya 

 

For those working in the CBD, Tomo Izakaya is the place to crash after a hectic day of work. A Tapas sushi bar with dim lighting and a relaxing ambience, it’s a great spot to unwind at while listening to jazz music as you sip on sake. 

 Tomo izakaya

Image credit: @thechoyalicious

A hard day at work calls for a gratifying meal, and the Tomo Makunouchi Mix Bento ($18) is a hearty platter that’s great for sharing with a colleague. With teriyaki salmon, breaded ebi, squid and fried oysters, this seafood platter also comes with an Unagi Ramen that will definitely make your money’s worth. 

Perfect for a rainy day, the Kai Ramen ($14) is a subtly sweet spinach ramen that comes with a piping hot broth simmered with chicken bones, clams, and japanese snapper bones.

Kai Ramen

Image credit: @oo_foodielicious

Tomo Izakaya's happy hours are daily from 5PM to 7PM, with beer prices going as low as $5. Even if you miss it, all spirits and sakes go for $8 a glass after 7PM, which is still a great deal. 

Address: 3A River Valley Road, #01-14, Singapore 179020
Telephone: 6336 0100
Opening Hours: Sun - Thurs: 12PM - 1AM | Fri - Sat: 12PM - 3AM
Website

 

10. Portico Host

 

An Italian boutique restaurant, Portico Host takes pride in reinventing dishes and adding twists on classics. We hear that their menu changes weekly, so head down if you’re up for a surprise!

Portico host

Image credit: @porticohost

Even with its ever-changing menu, the Pan-seared Sea Bass Fillet ($27) remains a favourite request from patrons. With a tender fillet with crispy skin, served in a rich herbed Beurre Blanc and clam broth, this dish is the ultimate indulgence.

Open for drinks at 5PM, the restaurant also offers an alfresco bar and lounge for those who prefer to enjoy the view of its homegrown garden. 

Address: 991B Alexandra Road,  #01-10, Singapore 119970
Telephone: 6276 7337
Opening Hours: Mon - Sat: 11AM - 3PM | 5:30PM - 11:30PM
Website

 

11. The White Rocket 

 

The White Rocket

Image credit: The White Rocket

A quaint cafe by day and an elegant bar at night, The White Rocket is an ideal spot for a romantic date. Set in the middle of Stanley Street, it’s a quiet escape from the CBD’s bustle, allowing couples some canoodling time. 

Blue cheese carbonara

Image credit: The White Rocket

Over here, the simple carbonara is taken up a notch - their Blue Cheese Carbonara ($17) is linguine tossed with pancetta, parmigiano, stilton, balsamic glaze and parsley, topped with an onsen egg. Break the yolk and toss it around in the pasta for lip-smacking moistness!

Plus, it’s 1 for 1 all day for Asahi ($19) and Kronenbourg Blanc ($21) pints - the perfect way to end your dinner with bae

Address: 5 Stanley Street, Singapore 068724
Telephone: 6221 0108
Opening Hours: Mon - Fri: 11:30AM - 12:15PM
Website

 

12. Alter Ego

 

At Alter Ego, you can either choose to eat clean or indulge in the most sinful of dishes - there’s no in-between. From Fried Chicken Skin ($8) to vegan poke bowls such as the Green Goddess ($13), this restaurant accommodates everyone. 

Pizza fries Alter Ego

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We’re all in for cheese pulls, and their Pizza Fries ($14) don’t disappoint. Think fries loaded with pizza toppings like stringy 3-cheese sauce, housemade bacon ketchup, and smoky pepperoni - an indulgence worth forsaking your diet for. 

poke bowls

Image credit: @alteregosg

If the faith in your diet has not faltered, opt for their healthy poke bowls. The Umami Omega ($16) is a bowl of sushi rice served with garlic sesame salmon, lime avocado, kale chips and ikura.

With sweet cider choices such as Brothers Toffee Apple ($15), and Aspalls Isabel’s Berry ($16), there’s really no need for dessert.

Address: 8 Raffles Avenue, Esplanade Mall, #01-13D, Singapore 039802
Telephone: 6327 9301
Opening Hours: Sun - Thurs: 11AM - 11PM | Fri: 11AM - 1AM | Sat: 11AM - 12AM
Website

 

Get WOOFR at a discounted price with your DBS/POSB card

 

Whether it’s to celebrate the end of the week, or just for a chill post-work get-together with your squad, WOOFR allows all DBS/POSB cardholders to redeem a free drink every day at just $15.90/month - that's almost a 50% discount from the usual $29.90.

 WOOFR Xcesspass how to use

Share this new lobang, and there’ll be no more “sorry, I’m broke” situations from your friends when you’re planning a night out. All you have to do is sign up, and key in the promo code "WOOFRDBS" upon subscription, and you'll get in on this special deal.

Find out more about WOOFR here!


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