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Thursday Deals Roundup: 10rmb Drafts, Ladies Night, Snacks, And More

Nov 25, 2015 | 17:52 Wed
We realize that not everyone cares about Thanksgiving, but most people like saving money. And snacks. With that in mind, here are some Thursday deals.

Al's Diner does a chicken and beer sesh on Thursdays. Cornerstones of Western civilization. An order of wings goes for 45rmb and you can get two 10rmb glasses of Kirin draft with that from 5-11pm. Chicken is Korean style, double fried. It's good.

All day on Thursdays, the ever-divisive Rachel's has buy-one-get-one free on all their drinks. That includes milkshakes, homemade sodas, beer, wine -- anything they've got. You can mix and match, so you could buy a beer and get a free milkshake. Imagine that.

Coquille, that nice French seafood bistro a little south of Laowai Zone 3, does a Thursday happy hour with buy-one-get-one free cocktails plus some complimentary snacks like seafood rolls, seaweed chips, and mixed veggies from 6-8pm. Drinks go for around 70rmb, and they're strong.

Bar Rouge and MVP have been hosting a Thursday ladies night since 1979 or something. For ladies, there are free cocktails and manicures, and a raffle. You can dress up (or not, they usually don't care if you're a girl, but you're not getting in with a track suit and sneakers if you're a bro). Free entrance until 12am with the password MVP (tourists don't know the password...), then 100rmb thereafter.

Bonus: Ok if you really want turkey but don't wanna drop 300-400rmb on a feast, both Morton's Steakhouse locations have free-flow turkey sandwiches from 5-8pm for anyone who buys a happy hour cocktail, which ends up being around 60rmb with that service charge. A high-end homeless shelter? We're just one step away.

Many more deals on our dedicated deals page.


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