Proper drinking etiquette you should know about
Drinking is one of the most relaxing things you can do after a long day at work. While this activity is all about having fun, there are still several things you should follow especially when you’re drinking with other people in public places. Most pubs and bars have very strict rules that customers and staff members have to follow.
If you’re a fan of drinking outside, you have to be mindful of the things you do at your favourite pub so that you will maintain your clean record with people around you. So, if you’re curious to know more, here are a few tips we can give you at Jubes and Bar Grill.
Don’t be rude to other customers
When people have had a lot of drinks, they sometimes tend to be a little bold and do inappropriate things to other drinkers. When you’re at the bar, make sure you don’t do this because it can be annoying and disrespectful to your fellow customers.
For example, if you’re interested in talking to someone from a different table, talk to the person nicely and never let the alcohol rule your senses. Be mindful of the things you say so that you won’t hurt other people’s feelings. Most bars report cases of fights due to intoxication, and that’s something you should avoid.
Know your drink mark
While drinking is about having fun and letting yourself loose, you should always be mindful of your drink mark. A drink mark is the limit of drinks you can have when you’re drinking. Meaning, it’s the number of drinks your body can take before you black out.
Be sure to keep track of your shots and bottles because you don’t want to end up wasted in a bar, especially when you’re alone. Even if you’re out with friends, you should remain mindful because you don’t want to be a burden to other people.
Don’t be noisy
When you’re out drinking in a bar, make sure you’re not loud in a way that can distract other people. You can have fun with your friends but make sure you keep the noise down low so you won’t end up getting kicked out of the bar.
Jube’s Bar & Grill: KTV bars
Are you feeling tired and drained after a long day at work? How about indulging yourself in a fun karaoke night with your friends here at Jube’s Bar & Grill! Sing with the ocean and let the soft percussion of the waves hitting the shore be your background music as you sing your heart out in our KTV bar.
Here at Jube’s Bar & Grill, the fun never ends. Need we say more?
Why should you visit KTV bars?
KTV bars are an absolute favourite in every circle of friends. There is so much fun to have at karaokes that it is impossible not to love it! If you haven’t had the chance to visit a KTV before, then here’s what you’ve been missing:
After a long stressful day, everyone deserves to belt out their favourite songs to keep the stress away. Singing your favourite song can make you feel good and relaxed. Moreover, no one can judge you on KTVs except your friends. You can sing and shout as much as you want until you feel your mood grow lighter.
Singing in the bathroom alone isn’t the same as singing with an audience. Going on KTV bars with your friends can help you build. In a room full of people you can trust, you can let loose and sing as high as you can. Who cares if you can’t hit the high notes? Let your inner diva takeover!
- Strengthen social connections
If there is one thing that makes KTVs amazing is the fact that it can connect people. If your friends or officemates invite you on a fun night out at the KTV bar, that’s an opportunity for you to get to know each other better. Plus, people who sing in front of you likely trust you.
- Let’s you have a night of no judgement
KTVs are a sacred place for friends to enjoy a fun night together and not compete on who gets to sing better. It is a place where no one judges you for missing a beat or singing your own version of a song.
Singing together with your best buddies is one way to have an entertaining night full of fun and laughter. Not only that, but KTV bars also offer delicious meals that you can enjoy as you sing along to your favourite songs.
KTVs prove that you can have fun without spending too much money. You can pay for a private room for no more than 5,000 yen and enjoy the rest of the night singing your heart out.