If you’re on a tight travel budget, it must not stop you from enjoying a couple of drinks each night during your trip to Halifax. There are many cheap bars and pubs in Halifax where you can hang out and enjoy the drink in your small budget.
Here are the top 4 budget-friendly bars you must try out while your trip to Halifax to make the best of it!
1. The Local (2037 Gottingen Street)
It’s a local hangout and one of the best bars to make friends if you’re a solo traveler. It runs between 4:00 pm and 7:00 pm Monday through Saturday. Here you can get well shots and glasses of house wine for just $4.75. You can also enjoy live music played often and you can also have two tacos for spending $5 on Tuesdays.
2. Oasis Pub (5661 Spring Garden Road)
Oasis Pub is a cheap and cheerful local bar, where you can have mixed drinks for as low as $4.75. Here draught beer starts at $3.50. This five-ounce glass of wine will cost you a mere $4.50. But this is not all. There’s more! Every Thursday from 4:30 pm until midnight you can have wings for 49 cents each. If you’re unable to make it to wing night, you can have them just a loonie each alternate night of the week.
3. Economy Shoe Shop (1663 Argyle Street)
Don’t get confused by the name of the shop that this spot. As this shop is a speakeasy hidden behind a shoe store, it has owned the name of a shoe shop. There are no shoes, just cheap drinks. You can get the draught beer that starts at $4.49; well shots at $4.99; and they give free refills on pop, tea, and coffee that will set you back just three bucks.
4. The Maxwell’s Plum English Pub (1600 Grafton Street)
Are you running short of cash and have your last $20? You can still drink and eat like royalty at Maxwell’s Plum for that. You can ask for a 12-ounce frosted mug of Heineken for $4.99 or if you’re thirsty, you can have a 32-ounce pitcher of Belgian Moon Wheat Ale for $12.99. They also offer daily food specials which include the famous $3.99 steak and fries special on Tuesdays and Saturday breakfast of three eggs, four strips of bacon, two slices of toast and fresh-cut fries at $2.99.
So, are you ready to try these out at Halifax? I’d suggest it’s hard to find drinks so cheap, better not to miss out on the opportunity to enjoy it while your next trip to Halifax.