Meet People in Budapest…

There is not much to say about Friday Drinks except that Friday is the old Thursday but Friday is also the new Tuesday – for people that like to party on a Tuesday. Bearing in mind this event is on a Friday so don’t get confused!

  • Date & Time: Friday, 25th July 2014, 7:00pm
  • Location: Hütte, Szabadszág tér, V District, 1054.
  • Summary: Meet people in Budapest for drinks and partying with locals from 7pm onwards.


This is in essence a meetup for people in Budapest for a few days, weeks or months that want to explore some of the nightlife with some people that live here permanently / semi-permanently. Hopefully we will have a mix of old members (to be the guides) and new members (to be the victims, I mean guided).

We’ll try to be as communist as possible with our decision making with regards to venues and visit the best places in Budapest for 1) a get to know you drinks 2) I’ve got to know you drinks 3) ok so lets listen to some music 4) so lets listen to some music & dance; throughout the evening.

If there is not much interest then the event will be postponed / thrown in the rubbish heap with all the other ideas we have tried to use to get to meet you people throughout the years so please RSVP if you are planing on attending.

For more information or to RSVP – http://www.meetup.com/forBudapest/events/195936502/


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