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#TurnUpFriday: Here Are The Hangout Spots On The Mainland This Weekend

Do you work hard and play hard? Well it’s TGIF and InsideMainland is leaving no stone unturned to make this weekend one to remember this is also thanks to the long holidays as a result of the Independence Day celebration! We have gone round town and from our findings; these hangouts listed below on the Mainland are places to catch fun in a relaxed and safe atmosphere. Enjoy:

7 Points & Bar, Opebi, Ikeja.

Located in a secluded environment on Ogundana Drive, off Opebi Allen, the fun spot is the perfect place to unwind for fun seekers who wish to have fun away from the comfort of the home.

Though sitting in a small area, 7 Points & Bar is directly opposite the popular urban music channel, Hip TV, where top Nigerian personalities visit on a regular basis. The hangout operates an open bar and visitors can also unwind away from the preying eyes of the public by hanging out in the closed section of the spot.

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Visitors can have a taste of their favourite drink at the spot at very affordable rates while finger foods are also on offer to the delight of revelers. The spot serves variety of drinks such as cocktails, spirits, soda, beer, and vodkas.

Consequently, residents visit the spot to unwind with their families while youths in the area also patronise the place regularly from Fridays through to Sundays.

Music is provided by the in – house disc jockey who spins the turntable till the last visitor leaves the hang out.

Dubliner Restaurant & Pub, Opebi

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The pub is a vintage spot popular among residents in Opebi and the Ikeja axis of Lagos. This is as a result of the hospitality rendered to revelers by the staff of the pub. The fun spot occupies a strategic spot on Allen Avenue and is few meters away from the Old Alade Market, Ikeja.

The pub prides itself in its services and the variety of delicacies on offer. Fun seekers can have a taste of African dishes and other continental meals of their choice when they visit the pub.

Similarly, the pub serves classic drinks from different parts of the world for fun seekers who intend to have a taste of luxury away from home. Also, visitors can grab their favourite Shawarma and other finger foods at another part of the fun spot.

Fun seekers can enjoy classic songs blaring from the music speakers fitted across different parts of the pub as they enjoy their favourite meal and drink.

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