Set in a shophouse in Kampong Glam; the 30-seater IB HQ is the brick & mortar cocktail bar of The Indigenous Bartender, a platform that was created for like-minded bartenders (and foodies) looking to explore locally sourced ingredients and their uses with a culinary and creative approach.
Helmed by Zurina Bryant and Kamil Foltan (the latter has previously worked for Potato Head and Tippling Club), IB HQ offers cocktails with intriguing ingredients.
Cocktails are priced from $22++ onwards. View their cocktails menu here.
The historic Long Bar of Raffles Hotel returns fully restored and continues its proud tradition as the Home of the Singapore Sling.
The famous counter shines like new amidst decor that marries architecture and contemporary plantation-inspired motifs. Long Bar was located at Cad’s Alley in the early 1900s. At a time when improved rail and road systems brought rubber and palm oil plantation owners over to Singapore from Malaya every weekend, it was known as the ‘Rendezvous of Planters’. Not a formal bar, but rather tables placed next to another facing Bras Basah Road, it was a vantage point from which male visitors surveyed the procession of ladies.
The earthy decor of the two-storey Long Bar is inspired by Malayan life in the 1920s. The deep, rich colours and lush greenery transport patrons to the edge of a tropical plantation. In keeping with the relaxed atmosphere, guests are invited to brush peanut shells off the table and bar counter to the floor. This is quite possibly the only place in Singapore where littering is encouraged!
The Singapore Sling, widely regarded as the national drink, was first created in 1915 by Raffles bartender Ngiam Tong Boon. Primarily a gin-based cocktail, the Singapore Sling also contains pineapple juice, lime juice, curaçao and Bénédictine. Giving it the pretty pink hue are grenadine and cherry liqueur. Bartender Ngiam deliberately chose to give the cocktail this rosy colour.
Swing by the newly-reopened Long Bar for your glass of Singapore Sling today.
In the meantime, you can also say hello to your loved ones with a lovely Raffles Hotel - Singapore Sling digital postcard here.
The result of a unique collaboration with award-winning bar developers, Proof & Company, MO BAR is located on the hotel’s fourth floor with floor-to-ceiling views of Marina Bay.
Blueplate Studios by Wilson Associates has overseen the design, which has been inspired by the Pacific Ocean. The sophisticated décor incorporates travel artefacts, hand-carved wooden sculptures, etched metal panels and hand-woven tapestries. A distinctive bar counter takes centre stage and offers guests a front row seat from which to view the skilled mixology team in action.
The drinks menu has been created by Bar Manager Michele Mariotti, who has worked at many of Europe’s most esteemed bars. There are 14 cocktails available including ‘Coconut Beaches of Fiji’ with pisco, lychee cordial and carbonated coconut cream and ‘Mother of Dragons’ with strawberry aloe vera, red dragon fruit juice and cachaça. The list also includes mocktails, beers and wines, and a one-of-a-kind MO BAR Pilsner, developed in collaboration with local craft brewery, Archipelago.
Gourmet light bite highlights comprise ‘Indo-China Prawns with Masala Mayo’, ‘Singdog with Achar’ and the exquisite ‘Avocado’ dessert filled with avocado mousse and Gula Melaka ice cream. The hotel’s popular afternoon tea is also served daily, featuring artisan pastries and a myriad of accompanying local delights, with the personalised service for which Mandarin Oriental is renowned.
Holey Moley Golf Club in Clarke Quay will be Singapore’s first all-in-one mini golf club & bar. It is set to open from December 6.
Holey Moley Golf Club is a mini golf course and bar that turns traditional putt putt into a multi-sensory labyrinth of unique holes that’ll keep you on your toes across the craziest round of golf you’ve ever played.
And with drinks, cocktails and tunes on offer at their full service bar, The Caddyshack Bar will take care of all your off-the-green needs.
It’s Singapore's best mini golf course. Par none.
Get ready to putt your stuff! Holey Moley has the best and most unique mini golf courses in Singapore. If you’ve ever harboured dreams of being Happy Gilmore, here’s your chance. We’ve got the weirdest, whackiest, most wonderful mini golf holes – ready and waiting for you to putt loose.
Mini golf is thirsty work. The Caddyshack Bar will take care of you.
Their full service cocktail bar has a luscious list of libations. They’ve got beers, wines, mocktails, cocktails and spirits to quench your thirst.
The gourmet kitchen serves up scrumptious snacks, giant burgers, hot dogs and fries.
Another exciting soon-to-open establishment by Coterie Concepts; Eliza is a Modern Asian Bar & Cocktail Club at Telok Ayer Street, offering live Pop Jazz & energetic DJ sets while serving Shanghai dishes.
So, who is Eliza?
Eliza is the daughter of a very powerful man. She once turned her back on the family in pursuit of freedom, fashion & jazz. Now, in an unexpected bid to snag her share of the family’s business from her stepmother, Mona (better known as Sum Yi Tai), Eliza has returned.
Watch their Facebook page for news on when Eliza's inaugural party will be.
Classic cocktails, craftsmanship and precision. Named after the double-coned measuring device used by bartenders to accurately pour out liquid, Jigger & Pony in Amara Singapore is a tribute to the 19th-century, when cocktail recipes were listed in "jiggers" and "ponies".
Home to classic cocktails and fresh interpretations of the same, Jigger & Pony caters to both the informed as well as the freshly acquainted cocktail drinker.
Jigger & Pony is especially great for groups, with crowd favourites like the Punch Bowl being absolutely ideal for a large party of friends. This is unquestionably a place where memories are made.
Perched atop the exquisitely restored and iconic heritage building, 1927 in Sofitel So Singapore offers patrons a luxurious urban oasis set in the heart of the CBD with its glitzy cocktails and ritzy décor.
Discerning epicureans can look forward to embarking on a gastronomical journey with the bar’s innovative selection of artisanal equatorial cocktails, delicately paired with tantalizing sharing platters of modern tapas and bar bites. A charismatic rooftop lounge with dashes of tropical chic elements surrounding the lush infinity-edged pool, 1927 creates an exclusive dining experience that is inviting by day, intimate by night.
Bar Cicheti, new sister restaurant of five year old Cicheti, is entirely devoted to pasta and wine.
Their small, but confidently executed food menu is complemented by a carefully curated wine list where a selection of adventurous and less commercial labels take center stage. A charming, quaint Peranakan-tiled shophouse located at 10 Jiak Chuan Road is the perfect setting for this new & exciting setting for Chef Lim Yew Aun and restauranteur Liling Ong.
Bar Cicheti is the newest addition to the bustling Keong Saik dining enclave. An extension of sister restaurant Cicheti at Kandahar street, Bar Cicheti presents exciting and thoughtfully prepared pasta dishes alongside a well-curated, globally sourced wine list with a selection of classic craft Italian cocktails.
“There is something incredibly welcoming about popping open a great bottle of wine and indulging in a plate of pasta. Complexity and simplicity all in one sitting. We set out to create a restaurant that would welcome and draw everyone in, regardless of age or culture. Pasta is universal. their guests, Bar Cicheti will offer gluten-free pasta options, as well as many vegetarian dishes too.
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Authentic, approachable and irresistible, the menu at Bar Cicheti reads a focused list of pasta dishes with two seasonal meat and fish selections that will see an update every three to four months. Each pasta dish is prepared a-la minute, and is a culmination of traditional Italian cooking techniques, robust flavours and thoughtfully sourced ingredients.
The uniqueness of Bar Cicheti (aside from its “pasta and wine bar” offering), is its wonderful location along Jiak Chuan Road that lends itself to being the ideal meeting spot / pre-party dining joint for a group night out.
Wine is most certainly not an after thought at Bar Cicheti. Devoted to showcasing small batch producers for diners to discover, only the most interesting wines from boutique, independent vineyards are poured at Bar Cicheti. Worth mentioning as well are Bar Cicheti’s craft cocktails. Made fresh, using only the best liquors and spirits, expect to indulge in a timeless selection comprising classics such as Negroni, Americano, Bellini, Spritz and Spagliato.
Designed by Simone Konighaussen, the 42-seater Bar Cicheti boasts a confidently executed minimalist interior with touches of classic bistro elements that pay homage to 1960s Italy. Taking centerstage is the fully open kitchen where guests have the privy to watch Chef Aun and his team delicately prepare each dish.
The space lends itself perfectly for an upmarket meets casual gourmet experience. For a great night out with friends, allow dinner to continue into drinks at Bar Cicheti by savouring their extensive beverage menu and soak in the wonderful neighbourhood of Keong Siak, Chinatown.
Telok Ayer Arts Club, a new multi-concept venue by The Supermarket Company, is now open at 2 McCallum Street in Singapore’s bustling Central Business District - at the crossroads of cultural, business and dining communes. Positioned as a fresh take on the beloved community centres of Singapore’s heartlands, it is a space for everyone that brings together art, music, food and drink in new and accessible ways.
Curators Anmari Van Nieuwenhove and Kamiliah Bahdar will invite local and regional artists to fill the space with multidisciplinary works and performances designed to jolt white-collar senses from their everyday routine. Music director Hasnor Sidik aims to overturn notions of work and play with tongue-in-cheek concepts like “Office Hours” and “Kelab Malam”, a club night in the CBD.
Head Chef Betram Leong brings his rendition of French Mediterranean cuisine, flecked with rustic, comforting and occasionally Asian flavours to an all-day dining menu. Beverage manager Din Hassan takes the best of Southeast Asian flavours and distils it into a concise but clever menu of reinvented classics and regional favourites, with a day drinking happy hour programme.
Bringing it all together is The Supermarket Company founder Sue-Shan Quek, a hospitality maven with a portfolio of well-loved cultural-culinary concepts and a penchant for art and design. Through creative residences and events helmed by multidisciplinary artists, themed club nights and more rule-bending programming, they hope to shape the way Singaporeans approach the arts.
Bringing to the fore a chic contemporary grill set in a new lifestyle and social dining destination, SKAI is located on the 70th floor of the iconic Swissôtel The Stamford and is prepped to become the go-to sky-dining establishment in Singapore.
Pairing unparalleled views of the cityscape with a curated selection of prime beef cuts and fresh seafood infused with delicate Japanese accents, Chef Paul Hallett’s signature culinary style, philosophy and techniques are showcased in SKAI’s contemporary and casually inviting setting.
SKAI features the finest produce with a respectful tribute towards Japanese ingredients; the lunch set menu comprises grains and salads, main courses and delicious desserts, while the dinner menu brings a more refined selection of sharing plates and Ishiyaki. Chef Paul lends his extensive expertise in butchery to SKAI, sourcing and curing premium quality beef, cooked to perfection in SKAI’s state-of-the-art Josper Charcoal Oven. The restaurant offers a thoughtful balance with an array of fresh fish and seafood, delivering a well-rounded dining experience to return to regularly. Winner of the Singapore Pastry Cup 2017, Chef Koo Jee brings her expertise to deliver a delicious range of desserts, as well as an exclusive afternoon pastry offering.
Inspired by Nordic simplicity, the airy minimalist space features light maple wood, soft natural hues, minimalist vertical design and organic textures to create an urban atmosphere with a residential design aesthetic. The elegant space seats 130 guests, making the casual and vibrant, yet intimate setting perfect for social gatherings.
SKAI is all set for its opening on the 3rd September. Making a booking and discover the magic of this new joint.
Kinou is a restaurant plus mixology bar and the cool new kid in Tras Street. Swing by and try their ceviches, tartares, meats, platters, wine, cocktails.
Named after the founder's mother, Kinou is more than a restaurant — it’s a concept, a place to share moments, food, and drinks.
Their customizable private room, Karousel, is cleverly designed with a massive round table that serves as an adjustable central element. It's one space for multiple purposes: vernissages, product launches, business meetings, cocktails, private dinners.
Cosy whisky bar The Cooperage on Hong Kong Street has more than 200 whiskies to offer. They believe in providing good, affordable whiskies. It’s their way of sharing the whisky they love with everyone.
Other an extensive beverage menu, patrons can look forward to their food selection too. Duck Confit with Truffle Mash & Orange Sauce, Spicy Prawn & Scallop Aglio Olio and many more delectable dishes are available too for The Cooperage's patrons' dining pleasure.
Bistr(o)ne36 is a cosy bar & kitchen tucked away in a corner of a peaceful street in Whampoa West and located just a 2 minutes walk away from Boon Keng MRT startion.
The folks at Bistr(o)ne36 offer carefully crafted and well-seasoned western dishes. Enjoy their signatures like New Zealand Ribeye Steak with Red Wine Sauce, Mushroom Truffle Cream Pasta, Lamb Shank Stew and many more.
Q-WA Izakaya opens its second outlet, gracing Tan Quee Lan Street with its divine pairing of White Charcoal (Sawdust Binchotan) grilled Japanese delights and diverse range of Japanese alcohol at incomparable prices.
A hidden gem nestled along 103 Beach Road, just a stone's throw away from Bugis MRT, it features an extensive menu of Yakimono, Light Bites, Deep Fried cutlets, Don and Udon - the savoury accompaniments to an affordable ($5 per) glass of artisanal Japanese beer, sake, whiskey, or shochu during Happy Hour!
Q-WA Izakaya takes pride in serving quality grilled Yakimono of chicken, pork, beef, seafood and vegetarian variants using finest ingredients shipped in from Japan. Marinated with an in-house Garlic Spice Powder and gourmet Moshio (seaweed salt), these signature skewers are meticulously grilled over one of the top-grade Sawdust Binchotan charcoals, imbuing it with a distinct touch of smokiness and umami. With a true love for Japanese street food, no stones are left unturned in the owner, Rita's effort in recreating authentic Japanese grilled skewers with its maximum tastes.
Adorned with warm Japanese decors and fibngs, bright lanterns, and kawaii koinobori (carp streamers), its beckoning and casual atmosphere is reminiscent of a traditional hole-in-the-wall Izakaya in Japan. Trebled with quality Japanese street fares and affordable selection of Japanese alcoholic beverages, Q-WA Izakaya delivers an authentic Izakaya experience that transports customers straight into the heart of Japan!
Relive the glamour of 1980s Hong Kong at Mona Lounge.
Paying tribute to the hedonistic era of 1980s Hong Kong, Sum Yi Tai (meaning “Third Wife” in Cantonese) offers modernised Chinese dining without losing the soul of classic Cantonese dishes. Mona Lounge is Sum Yi Tai’s back-room cocktail lounge, located on the second floor of the shophouse, where the lounge’s matriarch Mona invites her friends to be unencumbered from the watchful eyes of onlookers, imbibe dangerously on cocktails and soak in jazzy Chinese tunes.
The intimate space transports guests to the glamourous period of 1980s Hong Kong with mahjong tables and cosy leather seats. Their modernised Asian cocktail menu combines the expertise of Head Bartender Byron Tan and Group Chief Bartender Sam Wong and tells the story of Mona through glimpses into her past.
Mona Lounge invites guests over from Monday to Saturday, from 6 pm to 1 am. Access can be requested at Sum Yi Tai, where guests can ask to see Mona and be presented with a unique code for a locked door that leads to Mona Lounge.
Having made a name for shaking up Singapore's dining scene with a broad portfolio of Italian dining and drinking destinations, the ilLido Group has now set its sights on making whisky appreciation fun and sexy with their newly-opened whisky & cocktail bar concept, Room for More.
Room for More is very much about approaching whisky appreciation through a contemporary lens. In that vein, the menu offers a whirlwind tour of the world's most notable distilleries and whisky houses; Alongside an extensive repertoire of Scotland's finest. Room for More also showcases whiskies from Japan, India, France, Switzerland, and more.
Housed in Dempsey Hill, Room for More resembles a snazzy atelier than a typical whisky lounge.
The team behind entertainment consultancy, A Phat Cat Collective, will launch its latest concept, NINETEEN80 at the end of June. A nostalgic tribute to all things 80s, the retro-themed arcade bar marks the group’s first brick and mortar location.
Located in the heart of Tanjong Pagar, NINETEEN80 provides a throwback to the old school days with a selection of retro arcade games, nostalgic cocktails and a line-up of classic funky favourites from some of Singapore’s top DJs. It will be the perfect space for those looking for an evening drink or to bop the night away to a collection of favourite anthems. Refer to their Facebook page for more information.
Founded in September 2017, A Phat Cat Collective is an Entertainment Consultancy based in Singapore, specialising in curating unique concepts, programmes, events and marketing that thrive within the F&B and Nightlife community, by entertainment stalwarts with over 40 years of cumulative experience in some of the city’s most prominent institutions.
Nightlife will hit fever pitch when one of the biggest nightclub brands in the world, Marquee, makes its Asia debut at Marina Bay Sands in year 2019. Set to be a game changer in the nightlife scene, Marquee – which sits within a new multi-concept dining and entertainment destination - is another collaborative effort between Marina Bay Sands and TAO Group, following the successful launch of LAVO Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar in January this year.
Offering a club experience like no other, Marquee Singapore will take up the space formerly occupied by one of the two theatres at the iconic Marina Bay Sands. Promising a fully immersive nightclub experience, Marquee Singapore will be a perfect blend of design, technology and cutting-edge sound that will span across three different floors, with dramatically high ceilings that soar 70 feet and a full-sized, eight-armed Ferris Wheel, offering unrivaled views of the nightclub for guests riding in its pods.
Tipple And Dram at 24 Ann Siang Road serves the best of both worlds - exquisite wines on the street level, as well as luxury whiskies in the basement. Tipple And Dram is the perfect new spot for the connoisseur in you!
Tipple And Dram is home to an assorted and appealing collection of wines and an exciting array of vodkas, gins, rums, champagnes, beers and whiskies picked from various countries and regions.
The drinking experience is well complemented with delectable bar bites and dishes that will keep you going back for more.
Cool Cats is now officially open at The NCO Club. An energetic live music venue and speakeasy cocktail lounge, toast to swingin’ good times with a series of cultured spirits and premium entertainment acts.
Famous Australian brewing company, Little Creatures, has opened its brewpub in Singapore on Club Street and is proud to be a part of Singapore's burgeoning craft beer scene.
Singapore is Little Creatures' second international outpost and brewpub. The first one opened in Hong Kong close to 2 years ago.
So take a stroll down Mohamed Ali Lane and discover great beer, yummy food from their curated menu & a historic venue brimming with atmosphere.
Brewed freshly on site, Little Creatures always has something to welcome a beer newbie or satisfy a serious hop head. From their Year Round range to Seasonal Releases and Single Batches, they've got you covered, no matter what time of the year.
Singapore’s first fully loft-inspired designer hotel Studio M Hotel Singapore presents a relaxed new outdoor kiosk venue Bugis @ Studio M. Located in the heart of action at Robertson Quay, Bugis @ Studio M delivers a fun experience with friends over drinks and genuine local Asian delicacies inspired by the heyday of Bugis Street.
Once described as the Montmartre of Singapore, Bugis Street top tourist destination during the 1950s to 1980s. Hugely popular among locals and visitors from all over the world, Bugis Street featured raucous street-side dining and buzzing night markets. Its rich and colourful nightlife scene has since been replaced by modern shopping malls, restaurants and nightspots.
Bugis @ Studio M goes all out for a design style that showcases the best of old Singapore-- wine barrel tables, rickshaws seats, bicycle wheels -- lit up by the surrounding skyline. With the oriental flowers and flamboyant ferns under the stars, one can choose to sit on the penny-farthings, with the dedicated bartender or unwind with friends at the solid wood barrels in a communal setting. The 32-seat Bugis @ Studio M lights up the adjacent green space with a nostalgic vibe, great tunes and friendly, laid-back service.
Craft beers available include those from local Singapore microbreweries like Archipelago draft, Ki Siao Brown Ale, SG Blonde Ale, Sibei Ho Witbier, Tiger and Tok Gong America IPA (S$10++ each), as well as international labels (S$12++ each) like the Australian Bridge Road Robust Porter, French La Chouette, ACME Pale Ale and North Coast Stellar from California, Belgian St. Bernardus Witbier, and Royal Jamaican Alcoholic Ginger Beer. A cocktail list includes the Little Red Dot’s world-famous Singapore Sling (S$16++).
Riding that bicycle down memory lane, Bugis @ Studio M offers a menu of homey Asian favourites that includes addictive snacks, shareable starters and even a few local dishes for hungry travellers.
Hopscotch, a bar previously located at Red Dot Traffic Building is now operating at Gillman Barracks after a year off.
Hopscotch is a promise of the best local-themed cocktails, heavenly grilled food and the wildest parties. Visit their new place for their signature craft cocktails with a local twist. Find out more about them from their Facebook page.
An exclusive and intimate space that channels laidback luxury. Perfection starts with the right mood and a bottle of wine at Stags' Room.
Stags’ Room is an intimate and lush wine room & lounge featuring a private reserve of vintage and exclusive wines from America and Australia in partnership with Stags’ Leap and Penfolds. Respectfully curated with a country resort reclusiveness, Stags’ Room offers well-heeled guests an authentic private estate experience, signature to the tradition of grand hospitality from the estate founders Horace and Minnie Mizner Chase who have played host to important guests such as the King and Queen of Portugal.
The newly-opened Canjob Taproom on Tiong Bahru road offers draft cocktails, craft beers and spirits on tap.
Setting itself apart from the many night joints in Singapore; they carry a range of draft cocktails which can be "canned" for their patrons to bring home. They've got a machine that seals aluminum cans filled with their customers' choice of booze.
The Red Lion is a Balmoral Rd / Bukit Timah Rd neighbourhood British bar serving up hearty British pub grub in a welcoming and friendly atmosphere, right besides its partner outlet, SMITHS Fish & Chips shop.
The food is complimented with ice cold beverages with a British flavour (eg, London Pride bitter on tap), but the bar also promotes a wine culture for the more discerning customer and offers a full range of spirits and cocktails plus bottled craft beers and ciders.
Opening at 4pm Monday to Thursday and at midday on Fridays and weekends. On Saturdays 'TRL' morphs into a sporty bar where its outside deck comes into its own and customers can cheer on their teams and stars in all major sports on the bar's 3 large TV screens.
Bar Canary is an uber-chic poolside bar where you can go barefooted on the lush turfs and chill under the stars. Enjoy great beats and also not forgetting "boozy pops" (a union between a cocktail and a popsicle) which are made exclusively for the bar by local frozen treats creator, Popaganda.
Wander up the side entrance of Meat Smith at Little India and you'll find a little bar known as 'Rogue Trader'.
With colonial Indian accents, this sophisticated gem welcomes thirsty travellers and restaurant patrons alike. Think tea time and tonics, think adventure tales and spice trade; all while embracing the ingredients readily available in the area.
Enjoy the ultimate Korean party experience with 36.
Located in the heart of Singapore, 36 is the first korean-themed danceclub offering a ground-breaking party experience, in a raw, aesthetically pleasing atmosphere that makes the nightlife experience in the intimate space of 36 so unique.
Alongside Korea’s many party antics, 36 aims to blend Korean music with electro and hip-hop genres, through its line-up of both Singaporean and Korean resident DJs, as well as local, regional and international performers.
WAN is your new sanctuary. A premium nightlife space with high-energy music, an elaborate design, delicious cocktails and stunning people.
WAN is a proudly Asian premium nightclub and outdoor gastrobar, located in Singapore’s prime area of Suntec City with a clear view of the iconic Fountain of Wealth. A venue catering for early evening and late night happenings that encourage indulgence in a decadent, distinctly Asian utopian setting.
During all evenings of the week, WAN | Bar + Eat welcomes you to kick back with attractive happy hour promos, get buzzed with hand-crafted signature cocktails and lick your fingers clean with OMG-worthy Asian-inspired culinary treats.
At late nights on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, WAN | Club invites you to escalate your night in the best possible way. Step indoors to a concoction of elite crowd, high energy musical sensations, elevated VIP service sections, and titillating jaw-dropping atmosphere supplemented with spectacles of thought-provoking design.
Atap is a non-alcoholic quintessential rooftop bar serving localised bespoke mocktails, located in the heart of Singapore’s heritage quarters, Arab Street.
With an amazing view, Atap is secretly located at one of the highest points of the area, nestled at the rooftop of a hipster hostel - Shophouse Hostel.
Atap is the first bar of its kind serving only non-alcoholic drinks and bespoke mocktails. All the drinks served at Atap are unique, just like their mocktails which are concocted using common herbs, fruits and spices from their very own garden to bring familiarity to your taste buds with a classic local twist. Every drink tells a story written deep within Singapore’s ancient history and folk legend. While you’re at it, come try their nostalgic nibblets and delicious bar snacks as well!
Going to Atap will transport you back to the colonial days of Singapore’s kampong past. Here you will take a trip down memory lane and relive back your younger days and get drunk on unbridled playfulness, fresh nostalgia and their favorite view of this heritage area.
p/s: you will need to climb 5 stories to reach the bar.
With wooden trellis ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows, Local provides an airy, informal space where guests and the neighbourhood community can enjoy gourmet coffees and delicious all-day dining. The generous breakfast buffet sets you up for a day of exploring the city, while lunch becomes a treat thanks to salad and dessert buffets.
You can relax on a comfortable sofa in their lounge and bar, to savour artisan teas, indulgent pastries and aromatic local coffees prepared by expert baristas. The deli counter is ideal when you’re busy with meetings or refuelling after a workout. Head Chef Elvin Chew’s fragrant fusion of Asian and Western cuisine serves up creative dishes for dinner.
Inspired by the long-legged, long-necked wading bird — often viewed as a good omen — which builds large nests on the tops of trees and buildings, Mr Stork will house ten teepee huts set amid a lush oasis.
You can view their menu here. Mr Stork also offers the Andaz Pale Ale on tap, produced by popular local microbrewery, RedDot Brewhouse and it is exclusive to Andaz Singapore.
Sip a glass of classy Paris-inspired signature cocktails. And to make sharing even better, their chefs have created a selection of delicious sharing platters, including French, Spanish and Asian-style tapas, antipasti and premium cold cuts.
Enjoy a cup of their unique tea, Le Charme, created by ETTE Tea. It consists of silvertips white tea, black tea, pink rose buds, marigold & bergamot. Le Charme reflects the charm, whimsical music, dangling diamonds and breeze as you walk through the Novotel lobby.
They are committed to providing high-quality, locally roasted specialty coffee beans by A Stimulant by Sarnies, for home, businesses and offices. They care for their coffee at every step of the process – from seed to cup – to ensure you only get the best they have to offer.
Urbana is one of the city’s newest bars providing a unique destination for Novena locals and world travelers alike.
Urbana delights guests with a wide selection of 25 different cocktails and several boutique-style alcoholic brands, premium coffee and teas. A choice selection of 40 wines from reputable vineyards around the world is also available, with eight different wines offered by the glass.
13% Gastro Wine has officially opened its third venue at 123A Telok Ayer Street. Originally established in 2015, the 13% Gastro Wine brand is renowned for great wines and gourmet food in the warmest of atmospheres at their Killiney Road and Aliwal Street outlets. Started by friends for friends, the 13% Gastro Wine team now look forward to welcoming you at 123A Telok Ayer Street!
Just a short walk from Telok Ayer and Raffles Place MRT stations, 13% Gastro Wine Telok Ayer is located on the second floor hidden from the hustle and bustle of the CBD. This familiar tucked-away position allows a sense of intimacy and cosiness as soon as you walk through the door.
Suitable for all occasions, 13% Gastro Wine Telok Ayer is the perfect place for casual lunch, business meetings or after-work drinks and dinner.
13% Gastro Wine Telok Ayer serves a menu designed by award-winning chef Geoffrey Weckx and features delicious, gourmet European food with a focus on fresh produce and high-quality homemade dishes. Charcuterie such as our rillettes and condiments are made in-house to ensure the most authentic of European flavours. 13% Gastro Wine Telok Ayer will be open for lunch and dinner service. Lunch specials include a selection of gourmet sandwiches, steak frites, grilled spring chicken and burgers.
Should you desire a glass of wine (or two!) our extensive wine list has been carefully curated by in-house wine connoisseur, Bruno Vaillant. In addition to wine available by the glass, you can purchase a bottle of your favourite to bring home and enjoy!
13% Gastro Wine at Telok Ayer comfortably seats 48 or 60 people standing. The venue will also host events such as wine masterclasses. 13% Gastro Wine Telok Ayer is also available to hire for private and corporate functions.
13% Gastro Wine looks forward to welcoming you with warm personalised service, top-quality wines and delicious food at all three outlets.
Tucked away at 74 Tras Street, Don & Tori is a modern Japanese restaurant that strips away the traditions of Japanese cuisine and serves Japanese inspired cocktails. Don & Tori is a complete and dynamic culinary experience.
Don & Tori’s extensive menu features an innovative list of signature donburi bowls and makis, as well as yakimono (grilled or pan-fried) items and creates a serene Japanese inspired dining enclave in the heart of the Central Business District.
Pleased to be joining the long list of culinary heavyweights on Tras Street and helmed by Chef Jack Chang under the guidance of renowned local chefs Raymond Tan and Max Lai, Don & Tori’s delectable menu showcases departure from traditional Japanese cuisine with instant favourites like Sakura Ebi Angel Hair Pasta ($32) and Truffle Wagyu Foie Gras Don ($38). Other dishes such as the Gyu Steak ($45) and the Scallop Butter Yaki ($25), which are cooked over an open charcoal grill, are a treat for the more traditionalists.
Flown directly from Japan’s iconic Tsukiji Fish Market, Don & Tori’s seasonal menu is unique and produce-driven, utilizing the freshest possible ingredients as they come into season. With a live sushi bar, diners are able to witness firsthand the kitchen’s undoubted knife skills that are a spectacle to watch.
Paired exquisitely with the food, a small, punchy cocktail menu holds its own with a Japanese twist on classic cocktails. Drawing on unexpected savoury ingredients such as salmon and wagyu, as well as more traditional flavours like yuzu and sakura and house-made syrups, Don & Tori’s cocktail menu takes you on a mouth-watering journey. Further premium Japanese sake and shochu varieties are also also available on hand for the more discerning of drinkers.
Don & Tori is now open, serving you lunch and dinner daily from Monday to Saturday from 12pm onwards.
Nightclub AVRY’s adjoining cocktail bar, Hairy Canary, is a daily bar open to the public during the earlier hours on Monday-Saturday from 6pm-12am, with the space transforming into an exclusive VIP bar during nights AVRY is in operation.
Hairy Canary will be offering a selection of beers, wines, and craft cocktails developed in conjunction with Head Bartender Lexis Tan, winner of the Gin Jubilee prize in 2016, as well as a dynamic menu of gastro bites and bar snacks. The mirrored, circular rose gold bar is the main focal point of the space, with bespoke floor tiling mimicking the appearance of feathers. The seating area offers luxurious and indulgent fabrics, provocative and memorable artwork and comfortable, intimate lounging areas for private conversations. Elliot James of Elliot James Interiors was commissioned to design both spaces inside AVRY.
Singapore’s latest nightclub, AVRY, is now open at Millenia Walk. Made up of two distinct areas, including an immersive day space and cocktail bar called ‘Hairy Canary’, AVRY brings the ultimate clubbing experience to the Lion City.
AVRY operates on every Wednesday, Friday & Saturday and the nightclub will play host to some of the most progressive nights in Singapore, with the 6000 sq foot venue set to bring a whole host of new features, not only exclusive to the Singapore scene, but to the entirety of South-East Asia, alongside a string of yet to be named international performers.
With the DJ booth taking center stage, four oversized birdcages (which double up as VIP areas) will form additional focal points inside the club. These four main birdcages surround the dance floor and are flanked by a statement three-meter wide DJ booth. Connected LED screens, wrapping around the entirety of the DJ booth and the 16 VIP tables clearly define the dance floor.
A Dom Perignon VIP Lounge Booth – the first of its kind in the region – will illuminate the opposite end of the club, using its iconic green bottle display. To the right of the booth sits an eleven-meter long bar, positioned directly in front of the dancefloor.
With audio and visual facilities custom-built for the site, AVRY will also be state-of- the-art in every sense. On the audio front, Void Acoustics, who have set up sound systems everywhere from Eden (Ibiza) to Omni (Taipei), will be installing their ground-breaking Air Tri Motion series in the main room. Located directly over the dance floor, Air Motion provides huge sonic impact as well as being a significant visual attraction. Boasting a truly innovative clubbing experience, AVRY will become the first club in South-East Asia to host the formidable set up.
V-Squared Labs, a creative technology studio that specializes in producing multi- sensory experiences, will oversee all the visuals throughout the club V-Squared Labs have previously worked with venues such as XS Nightclub and Drai’s in Las Vegas, festivals brands like Ultra Worldwide and artists including Skrillex, The Chainsmokers and Steve Aoki.
Kushikatsu Tanaka is a popular kushikatsu chain from Japan with over 160 outlets across its homeland. We can now taste the popular "kushikatsu" (deep-fried cutlet skewers) and other authentic Osaka street-food items without traveling to the Land of the Rising Sun.
The 64-seater flagship restaurant in Singapore is centrally-located at Clarke Quay and it will serve more than 30 variations of the golden kushikatsu, which can be enjoyed with its signature dipping sauce.
Diners can also look forward to more than 15 varieties of specially-concocted Jim Beam highballs.
FAME is the first rooftop KTV pub in town. Located on the top floor of Bugis+, this octagon-shaped pub with a woody cottage theme surrounded by glass windows provides you more than just coziness but an all new concept of what you have never experience.
FAME is equipped with a top notch ktv system, darts board, stage plus live band performances, open mic nights and many more that will ensure patrons' visits/private events will be more than a memorable experience. Whether it's a private function, networking event or a birthday party, they will assist you through the entire process from planning stages throughout the event with attentiveness and warmest hospitality.
Located along Bukit Pasoh Road and just a few minutes away from Outram Park MRT station, TAKU Sushi & Wagyu & Craft Bar is a restaurant and bar that serves a variety of Japanese cuisine, specially prepared by their head chef, Arakawa.
TAKU offers fine Japanese food and drinks in a warm and inviting atmosphere that will surely deliver an excellent dining experience for all.
A vibrant restaurant primely located on Alexandra Road near Hort Park, Blue Lotus Mediterranean Kitchen + Bar offers delectable Spanish, Italian, Greek and Portugese favourites from tapas and pizzas to pastas, paellas and succulent meat dishes – all exciting and always relevant, traits that continue to make the Blue Lotus brand a talking point among Singapore’s discerning foodies.
Temple Cellars is an independent, premium liquor store offering Singapore’s best craft selection. They pride themselves as the leading tastemakers and champion boutique producers that represent the best quality.
Located on the ground floor of UE Square, the locally opened store is co-founded by Singaporeans Jasmin Wong, Kasster Soh and Kevin Ngan.
The store has a lot to offer. Temple Cellars also currently stock about 40 wine labels and house local craft labels like Brewlander & Co. and Rye & Pint too.
WINE RVLT has evolved a lot from before.. now just called RVLT serving up tasty, wholesome and real food by chef Manel Valero.
WINE RVLT was Singapore’s first wine bar to have a clear focus on uncompromising natural wines.
RVLT started as WINE RVLT in September 2016 to be a constant evolution of the REVOLUTION to breakthrough from the mould, bringing a whole new experience to Singaporeans. Something different - never the same and always exciting, when it comes to your next bottle of wine. And in this spirit, they bring you the next evolution.
Version 2.0 will just be RVLT. Because life is simple, why complicate things right?
Shanghai's iconic bund-side nightlife establishment, Bar Rouge will be opening their Singapore branch soon. It will be located on the 71st storey of Swissotel The Stamford.
In operation since 2004, Bar Rouge is one of the most famous clubs in Shanghai, A must-visit for out-of-towners sampling the high end of Shanghai nightlife. You can often use the password "Miss Rouge" to dodge the cover fee before midnight. Hopefully that will work the same for here in Singapore.
First rooftop bar in Harbourfront, Propeller sits at the top of Bay Hotel Singapore. Enjoy the lovely view of Sentosa and Keppel Harbour with a cocktail in hand.
With this successful launch of Propeller in Singapore, the second Propeller is already in the works at Bay Hotel Singapore’s sister property, Bay Hotel Ho Chi Minh. It is slated to open later this year.
Beautifully positioned at the gateway to Sentosa, couched in the verdant embrace of Mount Faber and with perfectly-formed views to match, Bay Hotel Singapore satiates urbane travellers with a taste for adventure and the different. With the opening of Propeller in the premise, it is even better!
Besides the amazing panoramic views, Propeller’s main draw is its specialty cocktails, the creations of Bar Manager Farhhad previously from Lantern and House @ Dempsey.
All of their drink garnishes are made in-house using their own dehydration machine and selected drinks come with herbs from the hotel’s mini edible garden.
After satiating your thirst, a tapas menu is available to curb all your hunger pangs as well.
An exciting new addition to Singapore’s night scene, Chikin (meaning “chicken” in colloquial Japanese) is a contemporary Yakitori-bar concept that offers an array of Japanese skewers, small plates and a delectable spectrum of house-infused cocktails.
The second and newest venue by lifestyle group Coterie Dining Concepts, Chikin was conceived with the aim of amping up the Yakitori experience through a package of great food, flavourful, tipples and a buzzing trendy bar setting.
Housed within a conservation shophouse at the up-and-coming Bukit Pasoh enclave, Chikin pays tongue in cheek tribute to Japanese popular culture and consumerism both with its out of the box characterisation of traditional Yakitori and cocktails , and with its affordability.
Boldly defying the traditionally premium price points of its offerings, Chikin believes that delicious Yakitori and well crafted cocktails can and should be enjoyed without breaking the bank.
On the ground floor of this three-storey Yakitori bar is where a long bar and open kitchen sits, guests are greeted with wall-to-ceiling murals sprinkled with iconic Pop Art symbols that are enlivened with neon lights and energetic graphics.
Through a climb up the stairway, the bar opens up to a lounge-like space in a dim-lit dining hall catered for cosy sit-down dining and for larger groups.
Over at the third floor, CHIKIN holds a private room space dedicated for functions and small group gatherings. Access to the private party room is by invitation or reservation only.
At Chikin, the authenticity and art of the Yakitori is preserved as cuisine-trained chefs serve up a mouth-watering selection of skewers and small plates. As its name suggests, the menu carries as many parts of the chicken as you can name: thigh, wing, heart, gizzard, tail, windpipe, neck,with other Kushiyaki (meat and vegetable) options grilled to a smoky perfection over Binchotan, a high quality Japanese charcoal.
Conceptualized by award-winning bartender Sam Wong, Chikin’s drinks menu boasts a bevy of up to 20 different cocktails, with a majority of 15 being house-made signature cocktail infusions. Infused over a period of three to four days, each spirit is expertly formulated with various ingredients to deliver a spectrum of subtle to profound flavour profiles. Just prior to serving, Chikin’s bartenders top the infusions off with carefully crafted ingredients to enhance and balance the cocktails.
The Writing Club is Singapore’s newest whisky-library in the heart of Orchard Road. Nestled in the stately Palais Renaissance, it is home to over 500 hand-picked labels of rare and collectible whiskies and spirits from across the world. The elegantly designed bar sits 36 comfortably, in a posh and cosy setting.
The Writing Club offers exciting beverage programs crafted by it’s talented team that will cater to the most discerning palate. Other than whisky, the selection also includes fine wines, craft beers and bespoke cocktails. These are painstakingly put together to provide a unique experience for both aficionados and new audiences. The Writing Club is a true reflection of passion gleaned to perfection.
Sixteen Ounces is a craft beer joint in the west at The Rail Mall, serving up six different unique craft beers on tap.
They also carry an expanding variety of over 20 bottled craft beers, plus craft ciders and organic sodas from all over the world.
They have served brews like Canada's Flying Monkeys Netherworld Cascadian Dark Ale (a dark roasty IPA) and Fourpure Brewing Co. Morning Star Vanilla Porter (with roasted aroma of caramel and coffee plus hint of vanilla) among many other unique brews.
With a rotating selection on tap, beer fans are in for a treat at Sixteen Ounces.
GET JUICED is Singapore’s first cashless, queue-less bar experience. The 8,000 sq ft space in Clarke Quay will feature an online ordering solution that empowers partygoers to choose, order, pay and plan to collect a drink from within their phone. Opening on 25th June 2017.
Powered by Creative Insurgence, the people behind some of the city’s biggest entertainment venues, GET JUICED solves the biggest pain point facing consumers today; long queues and the jostle for a bartender’s attention.
Self-collection allows guests to have the freedom to sit where they please and the added profits of reduced staff cost allows GET JUICED to pass on savings to guests. Drinks will be priced at a super affordable price of 5 dollars, all day every day.
The GET JUICED app will be available for download on both iOs and Android on 8th July 2017.
Consisting of 3 entertainment rooms - Chill, Dance and Live, the venue allows users to pre-buy their drinks and food via athe unique GET JUICED App and then collect it upon arrival. Customers get to decide which room they would like to sit in choosing from a chill-out space, a dance floor and a live-band room. It is as simple as that.
Looking for a new drinking hole with your mates? Look no further than Catchfly.
Situated at the basement of 12 Ann Siang, guests can enjoy unique handcrafted cocktails late into the night at Catchfly, an American style cocktail bar with an intimate space that fuses plush interiors with industrial edges.
Headed by New York Mixologist Liam Baer, Catchfly's drink menu features contemporary twists on your classic favorites, bursting with fresh herbs and invigorating spices. Like The Honey Badger; a twist on a classic Whiskey Sour with rosemary infused Bourbon, lemon, honey, ginger and a kiss of Yellow Chartreuse. These cocktails are also perfectly paired up with their delectable small plates as well as a variety of main plates.
Singapore’s first integrated Japanese Emporium, Emporium Shokuhin, has collaborated with renowned Ishizuchi Shuzo Corporation to open the world’s first Ishizuchi Sake Bar here. It is nestled within Emporium Shokuhin's The Liquor Store.
Enjoy the wonderful sakes from Ishizuchi paired with specially created Japanese-Tapas.
Lucky Bar brings the best to the West as the only cocktail bar in Holland Village. Serving up a dynamic list of craft beers and tasty cocktails along with fun bar bites, Lucky Bar is located on the rooftop of Full of Luck Club restaurant and is only accessible via the alleyway behind the restaurant.
You can order the best-selling signatures from the main restaurant to have at the bar; duck spring rolls with hoisin sauce, golden sand corn with salted egg yolk and braised pork belly bao with lettuces, pickled lotus roots and fried shallots and more.
Singapore’s longest-running nightlife and music institution, Zouk Singapore, will open Capital club on 18th of February.
Capital is located on the second floor of Zouk at Clarke Quay and targeted at the urban, post-work crowd. It will have the feel of an estate home, and will include a number of specially commissioned works in each room in the club.
Capital is designed with a multi-faceted layout to offer the flexibility of creating a different tempo of experiences through periods of the night. Sized at 640sqm and capable of accommodating up to 540 guests, Capital luxuriates a lounge-like atmosphere of modern cool and elegance with four zones – comprising an island bar, whisky bar, cigar room, and a plush seating area. The room also boasts its own DJ console flanked by VIP seating and a dance floor.
The nationally treasured Parkview Square building is to reveal Singapore’s most highly anticipated bar concept of recent years - ATLAS.
Opening in March and located in the vibrant ground floor lobby of the unique office tower, ATLAS will welcome residents, professionals and drinks aficionados from Singapore and beyond to a stand-out, sophisticated all-day drinking and dining destination.
The ATLAS Gin Collection will provide the world’s most diverse and thoughtfully curated physical compilation of this popular spirit. Assembled in an impressive ceiling-high tower, the display will form the centrepiece of the expansive venue. Appointed by Master of Gin, Jason Williams, the selection includes everything from 1910 London dry gins to the best of modern craft gins from the far corners of the world.
Beneath the bar lies a bespoke rose gold walk-in Champagne Room housing the ATLAS Champagne Collection. Guests are invited to taste the rare treasures from one of Asia’s most sought-after Champagne lists.
A new bar at Amoy Street, Native serves their signature Thai rum cocktail, Antz, with some crunchy ants. Vijay Mudaliar is the man behind Native and its creations which will raise some eyebrows.
The bar even uses lotus leaves for as drink coasters which are sustainable ware because when the coasters get wet, they would put the leaves back into the dehydrator to dry and then use them again. The steps will be repeated until the coasters can't be used anymore and they will then grate the coasters into powder to use as compost.
Hopheads have moved to a new address. Find them at their new location in the basement of the Haw Par Glass Tower and head down to an underground Heaven.
Hopheads is an underground bar that believes that a nice pint of beer will solve life's greatest problems. With lots of room, darts, pool, ping pong and beer pong, boredom has no chance of survival at Hopheads.
Revolutionising the wine scene in Singapore with Authentic, Living, Raw, Natural and Honest wines is Wine RVLT, now open in Somerset.
They aim to start a wine revolution in Singapore! Changing the norm in the wine scene. Moving away from recipe made wines and a homogenous wine scene. A space which evokes spontaneous discovery, quirkiness and enthusiasm for the love of wine. Life is already complicated. Why further complicate it with wines?