There's nothing wrong with doing things in a routine. Some routines are both fun and enjoyable. Persons who leave work a little late at night may stop off with friends at a late-night sports bar. Stopping by for a few drinks and some food might be a decent way for some to unwind before taking the train or bus home. Doing so every week or two may become a little "too routine" for some. Making some slight changes could lead to getting more enjoyment out of the evening.
Changing Up the Drink Orders
Drinks come with a lot of sugar and carbohydrates, which may worry some who want to drop a little weight. The patron who orders one or two beers before heading home may think about switching to hard seltzers. Hard seltzers now promote themselves for presenting a far lower carbohydrate content than beers. Seltzer is, of course, a form of carbonated water, which contributes to fewer carbs and sugars. Some brands of hard seltzer try to cut down on added sugars as well. Many people understand that cutting back on carbs makes sense when trying to lose weight. Switching over to hard seltzer is can be an easy switch that helps the low-carb cause.
Eat Something a Little Different
People tend to order the same thing, or variations of the same thing. The bar might offer a wide array of chicken wings and burgers, so a patron tries a different burger and wing options each week. Why not go completely off course, and try something entirely different? Sure, doing so runs the risk of making a selection that you may not love, but shaking up the weekly "sameness" may be worth the gamble. Why not try fish tacos, or even go with a salad option? The bar's menu might be more extensive than you realize, which opens more opportunities.
Altering Your Viewing Pleasure
Sports bars wouldn't live up to their names if they didn't run sporting events on all the televisions adorning the walls. Why stop at trying unique food and drink selections? How about attempting to watch a new sport, one you aren't familiar with? Rugby, judo, darts, and other sports pop up on cable channels. Give the viewing options a look, and try to learn the rules for a new sport and follow the action.
Shake things up a bit. Following this theme could improve the chances of keeping a routine night out much more than merely routine. For more ideas, consider visiting a late-night bar.