Aside from a chill vibe and fantastic drinks, this bar is also home to some of the "top 10 sandwiches to try in Philly" Tip: Hit up Smoke's on a Thursday for 50 cent drinks until midnight with only a $5 cover.
TOTS has karaoke and spirits every Tuesday night. Another plus is the option to carry their delicious BBQ to go. This bar has outdoor and indoor sections. Its signature drink, "Rails", is a dangerous mixture of gin, vodka, bourbon, rum, triple sec and whiskey that will surely make it difficult for you to reach the top of the stairs.
Lonnie's has been described not simply as a karaoke bar but as a "THE legendary karaoke bar". Basically, Lonnie's gives students an excuse to get a little too tipsy, throw their trepidations and pride to the wall, and belt out some songs.
Zuma is infamous for its "Toxic Mondays". Why toxic, you ask? Monday's drink specials include a shot of vodka topped with red bull or a personal cocktail pitcher for only $10. Ah, so that's why.
Apparently the Dixie Chicken serves the most beer per square foot of any bar in America. Enough said. Oh, and did we mention it also has a live pet rattlesnake?
The Tombs is staffed entirely by Georgetown students and alums. Once you turn 21, The Tombs knows exactly how to please a college-student crowd and isn't afraid to load you up with heavy drinks.
This bar is home to the "Yellowhammer", a drink creation unique to Gallettes and especially enjoyed on game day. We are unclear about all the secret ingredients, but we believe it contains vodka, Malibu rum, dark rum, pineapple juice, and orange juice. Gallettes also boasts Karaoke Tuesdays and Wine Wednesdays.
The TApp Room sure boasts an impressive collection of craft beers. Impressively, most can be snagged for $2 a pop. We would definitely have a hard time finding a better deal. There's no dance floor, but this is absolutely the place to go to enjoy a great beer in a chill atmosphere.
For $3 you can get basically any drink. What's more, $3 is the price of the cover charge which grants you a free t-shirt.
This is the epitome of textbook perfect bar. At Brothers Bar and Grill, you will find an outdoor patio, a pool table, darts board, a huge beer and drink selection, and tons of drink specials. There's even a $5 mug you can refill for only $1 each time.
According to its website, Good Time Charley's became a campus tradition the second it opened its doors and the first college students walked in. This claim doesn't seem so far fetched, as students flock to this iconic bar praised for its rotating drink specials and delicious chili fries.
If going hard is your definition of fun, this bar is for you. Downstairs, you can opt in on a power hour, dance on tables, or swing dance and grind on the floor. Upstairs, you can enjoy a more low key night with a few games of pool and some cheap beer.
Wisconsin is infamous for its beer culture. At Kollege Klub, you have no choice but to become a part of it. Every sunday is "Kountry" night where you can bring your own mug for drink discounts.
Live rock n' roll? Check. Humungous dance floor? Yup. Convenient location on campus? They have that too. What's more, Bullwinkle's literally has the best drink special ever: for only $10, students can drink as much as they want during the week. Not to mention, Bullwinkle's unique look and vibe is certainly unmatched.
The Olive Branch understands the plight of the college student. Monday through Friday happy hour features $1.50 Coors pitchers and 50 cent slices of pizza.
This bar is constantly jam-packed full of students. Get your fill of cheap drinks and greasy pizza! Don't leave without scribbling a message on the wooden walls or booths with your sharpie.
At KAM's, the party is always wild. Be prepared to have an amazing night you may or may not remember.
This place is humungous. Boasting a sizable dance floor, 3 fully stocked bars, an outdoor patio and VIP sections, Knight Library is ready to party. As if this isn't more than enough, the Library also contains darts, pong tables, and corn hole boards for those of us who prefer chill games to the all out rager.
Rumor has it there are secret tunnels leading to this bar. Apparently it used to be a soda shop, and later, during prohibition, a speakeasy. This bar certainly holds an air of mystery to it.
The Boot was literally created for the broke college student, as it is home to the 50 cent drink night. Also, we can't think of a more perfect location for a night out than New Orleans.