Holy moly! An entire week?!!?

Wandering what to do? There are a lot of fun things lined up! Being a student, who doesn’t’ love cheap stuff?!!? Here are some “cheap thrills” from the Hamilton Spectator plus some of our own ideas that got your whole week planned out:


All-you-can-eat wing buffet, $10.83 at Honest Lawyer, 100 King St. W.

Mikeless Mondays at Tapestry Bistro, 27 Dundurn St. N. Open mike night for spoken word artists and musicians to showcase their talent. Pay what you can!

$4 tallboys at Whistling Walrus, 1508 Upper James St.

$5 tallboys at Boston Pizza, 1565 Upper James St.


39 cent chicken wings at Crabby Joe’s, 1705 Main St. W. (Just before University Plaza)

39 cent chicken wings after 4 p.m. at End Zone Bar and Grill, 1900 King St. E

50 cent wings all day at Leghorns, 1375 King St. E.

Toonie Tuesday at KFC. Individual chicken piece meals for $2.79

Toonie Tuesday, Skyway Lanes, 235 Melvin Ave. From 5 p.m. to midnight, $2.22 a game (plus tax and $2.50 shoe rental), draft beer $2.22.


Wacky Wednesdays at Bowlerama, 121 Highway 8, Stoney Creeek, 9 p.m. to midnight, 50 cent bowling! $5 admission, $3 shoes.

$10 beer pitcher at Snooty Fox in Westdale.

Fool and Flagon, wings 69 cents all day, 2255 Barton St. E

2 for 1 wings at Whiskey Joe’s, 1115 Fennell Ave. E


Carload night at the Starlite Drive-in Theatre, $15, 59 Green Mountain Rd E.

$10 domestic beer pitcher night at Crabby Joe’s, 1705 Main St. W

$10 domestic beer pitcher night, Whiskey Joe’s, 1115 Fennell Ave. E

$2 minipints at Honest Lawyer, 110 King St. W

$4 mussels and crab cakes, Whistling Walrus, 1508 Upper James St.

The Seen, eclectic open stage the Sky Dragon, 27 King William St., poetry, music, dance, spoken word for every age. Free.

Free Thursdays at Hamilton Children’s Museum, 1072 St E, 5 to 7:30 p.m.


Free adult floor hockey, 6 p.m. at the Eva Rothwell Centre, 460 Wentworth St. N

Free admission to Art Gallery of Hamilton from 5 to 9 p.m., first Friday of the month.

All-you-can-eat fish and chips $7.99 at Wimpy’s Diner, 771 Queenston Rd.

Martini Fridays, $4 at Crabby Joe’s, 1705 Main St. W.


Free guided tours, 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., at Ecohouse, an environment education demonstration building operated by Green Venture, 22 Veevers Dr.

How about going for a bike ride? The Railway Trail is just located behind Crabby Joe’s on Main St W, before University Plaza.


Sinful Sundays at Honest Lawyer, 25 per cent off entire menu, food and drinks, 110 King St. W.


The Bubble Poppers

Source: The Hamilton Spectator