Get Wasted for $10 In Tallahassee

To the surprise of many Miamians -- the confines of Florida stretch above and beyond the 305. And while the rest of the Sunshine State might be a little more, ahem, rural, than we're used to, other cities do have their unique charms.

Take Tallahassee, for example. Our illustrious state capital, also a college town, is chock-full of ways to stretch your proverbial dollar. So while you might turn your nose up at the notion of North Florida, remember that up there, $15 drinks are unheard of. In fact, for $10 you can get white-girl wasted on any given night of the week.

Find out where after the jump.

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Ken's Tavern
With a $3 cover on Friday nights, wells, shots and drafts are $1. All night long. Should make for a fun Saturday morning.

This Tally saloon was once ranked one of top 100 bars in the nation by Playboy Magazine . And Playboy knows a thing or two about drinking. For $10 on Fridays, it's all you care to drink from 7 p.m. til 1 a.m. including Jack Daniels, Bacardi Superior, Bacardi Oakheart, Bacardi Flavored Rums, vodkas, top shelf and well cocktails as and draft beer. There are also $10 AYCD specials on Thursdays and Saturdays and on Wednesdays ladies drink free with a $3 cover.

Yeah, so all these bars have the best names ever. Another cheap-as-hell local fave, this dive bar has a $2 entry on Tuesdays and you can score $2 drinks from 9 to 11 p.m.

Poor Paul's Poorhouse
They're serious about the name, 'cause even the poorest co-ed can afford to drink here. On Sundays and Mondays patrons snack free on Gumby's Pizza and score $0.85 drafts. Thursdays they offer $1.50 wells and $2.50 calls from 9 until close, and ladies drink $1 wells and domestic drafts on Wednesdays.

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