We've brought together the best beer, cocktails and everything-in-between deals for you to sip, slurp, pound and chug your way across Cardiff. 

This isn't a hop-tical illusion, Wrigglers. We repeat, this isn't a hop-tical illusion. Wriggle your way down to Tiny Rebel Cardiff and get ready to sup on any pint of Tiny Rebel cask beer for £2.50. Cwtch it while you can!

Read more about Brilliant Craft Beers @ Tiny Rebel

Quirky décor and ambient lighting, cocktail aficionados can look forward to an extensive menu of drinks, with many boasting theatrical twists that'll have you oohing and aahing. This is the perfect date night Wriggle!

Read more about Smoking Cocktail Flights @ The Libertine Cocktail Bar

This beautiful Spanish bar is the perfect place to enjoy casual drinks with your besties, or perhaps for an intimate date night. Expect gently up-lit bottles of crisp alcohol, the constant warming hum of conversation against a backdrop of gently whitewashed brick and exposed modern steel, and a bar-top of almost endlessly palatable colour: deep reds from rapidly diminishing wine glasses, shimmering golds from keenly swirled sherry, and an entire spectrum of carefully constructed, absolutely irresistible Pintxos - stretching almost as far as the eye can see... or at least astride every available bar, table and deli surface.

Read more about Spanish Cocktails & Olives @ Curado Bar

A pint of selected cask ale at St. Canna's on Llandaff Road. Always handpicked by owner James, always selected from a quality local brewery and always extremely tasty. What's on offer will change from week to week, so chances are you'll try something new through this Wriggle. Good vibes, good beer, good times. You'll not find a better way to call last orders on the weekend.

Read more about Sunday Pints @ St. Canna's Ale house

The Tramshed is Cardiff’s newest live music, club music and entertainment venue. Set within a beautiful, red brick historical building of great cultural significance (Cardiff's former tram depot - here the name) the Riverside venue is the centrepiece of a brand new creative hub in Cardiff city centre which incorporates apartments, co-working spaces, private offices, a yoga studio and loads more. Their drinks deals are cracking, too – grab yours via the link below!

Read more about Beers Beers Beers @ The Tramshed

Ring the bell, wait with baited breath and hope that the door eventually inches open. If you're lucky enough to step into the dimly lit space within (laced with a zesty, musky bergamot infused scent and flickering, crackling light), you'll eventually find yourself in an underground time capsule. Cardiff's very own 1920's Prohibition-style speakeasy bar, resplendent with cocktail maestros who wouldn't look out of place in Peaky Blinders, one of the most fantastic selections of alcoholic creations in the country and a friendly crowd that spreads a viscous, intoxicating atmosphere from the early afternoon to when the caged canary breaks into morning song.

Read more about Cocktails @ The Dead Canary

Open from breakfast 'till cocktails daily, every dish they serve is lovingly handmade with heart from their beautiful spot on Mill Lane. Expect an array of traditional Welsh cuisine using locally-sourced produce, with the kitchen whipping up a selection of brunches, light snacks and small plates, plus a host of meaty grills including 8oz steaks. The restaurant also hosts cocktail masterclasses – be sure to bag a spot.

Read more about Boozy Teapots @ Pitch Bar & Eatery

Swing by The Society Standard with a mate for a nice cocktail (or two). You'll get any two of the same cocktails with this Wriggle and, with all their cocktails made from fresh and funky ingredients, you can count on these guys to whet your whistle the right way. Whether it's a kick-start to the night or a wind down to the eve, you won't regret it!

Read more about Cocktails @ Society Standard

Wedged between a train bridge, an NCP car park, a secluded back alley and two of Cardiff's most well established restaurants (shout out to Madeira and Thai house!), Gwdihw compensates for its inconspicuous Guildford Crescent location by greeting allcomers with a Sergeant Peppers-esque blaze of colour. It gets pretty cosy as the night rolls on (you'll get 60 people in here at a push), so we'd advise moseying to the venue's secret garden once your senses have had their fill of tickling. Expect bunting, stools, moody lighting and a squidgy sofa to rest those tired loins.

Read more about Cracking Beers @ Gwdihw

What could be cooler than taking an old, derelict block of toilets on a Victorian city-centre park, and turning into the city's coolest new coffee shop? That's precisely what mother & son business partners Donna and Alex have done, and after an extensive refurbishment that has taken almost six months to complete, they've finally opened their doors to the public. They chose to name their baby with the Welsh spelling of “block” as a nod to the building’s past as a public loo. Head there this weekend for a lush antipasti platter and a couple of glasses of wine – blissful.

Read more about Antipasti & Wine @ BLOC Coffee

Published -25th September 2017