Top 5 Bars in Club Street, Singapore

Club Street Best Bars

An alcove of bars and restaurants stand in attention along Club Street. Conversations will revolve around booze—beer, wine, spirits, cocktails and the like, eventually leading to where to drink and… the weather. Right. We’ve got you covered.

Here are the top 5 bars in Club Street.



There are craft beers bars, there are spirit-focused bars, and there are wine bars. And then there’s 83—a little bit of everything in between. Great for large groups, 83 has the space—and the menu—to please everyone.

While the extensive drinks menu features a range of bottled and draft beers, cocktails, aperitifs, wines, spirits and champagnes, it’s the daily promotions (at ridiculously competitive prices) that draws the crowd. Industry night falls on Monday where all staff in the F&B and travel industry snag exclusive drink discounts, and 1-for-1 on all food items. Ladies night every Wednesday (8-10pm) dishes out a bottle of cosmopolitan to each group of four, while every other day of the week runs a happy hour promotion (5-9pm) for S$5 on all house pour spirits. You’ll never have to worry about busting your wallet again.

83 Club Street
Tel: +65 6690 7563
Mon to Tue: 5pm to 12am
Wed to Thu: 5pm to 2am
Fri to Sat: 5pm to 3am
Nearest Station: Telok Ayer

Bar Naked


True to its name, Bar Naked is exactly as its moniker suggests—bare naked walls striped down to the minimal, a sparingly fitted blank canvas that offer brands the opportunity and visibility to engage consumers. Quite the marketing spin—no surprise, there—the bar is conceptualized by multiple award winning social influence marketing agency GOODSTUPH founder, Pat Law, and fronted by Irene Ang, founder and CEO of Singapore’s artiste management company FLY Entertainment.

A list of six signature cocktails grace the menu, mostly refreshing libations that offer respite from Singapore’s island-life humidity. Beat the heat with whiskey-based Something Like Lassie (S$28) that lures one in with its soft nose of honeyed peach and vanilla before bringing out the malty fruit with (ginger beer) fizz.

Smooth on the palate is easy-drinking Girvan Daisy (S$28)—created with well-loved Hendricks gin and brushed up with floral fruity layers of passionfruit, grapefruit, peach and pear from St. Germain. If you’re in the mood for something luxurious, get down with Dirty and Naked (S$28) that’ll edge away stress with Reyka vodka and Balvenie Double Wood whiskey. Pair this with a personal day from work.

95 Club Street
Tel: +65 6423 4695
Mon to Wed: 5pm to 1am
Thu to Sat: 5pm to 3am
Nearest Station: Telok Ayer

Club Street Social


Exuding a classy vibe reminiscent of the jazz era in New York, Club Street Social is where you’ll go to eat, drink, and be merry—in style. Brass light fixtures hang from bare bricked walls, a cacophony of wines and spirits lining dark mahogany shelves behind a marbled top bar counter, creating an aura of sophistication that embraces you in an exclusive club-like hug.

Cocktails here do not go by names, so pick a number. Of the seven signature tipples that don the list, whiskey lovers will adore #3. Based on Japanese whiskey Nikka All Malt, this refreshing mix of whiskey, Madeira wine, lime and apricot is bright on the palate, transiting into a rich and full body of banana, honey and cinnamon.

Be whisked away to the Carribean with #25 that’s lush and malty with developing cherry tones, robust flavors of coconut awakened with hints of lemon, anise, cardamon, and a touch of mint. For post-dinner liberations, sip on #27—you can’t go wrong with bourbon and chocolate.

5 Gemmill Lane
Tel: +65 6225 5043
Mon to Fri: 11am to 10:30pm
Sat: 9am to 10:30pm
Sun: 9am to 6pm
Nearest Station: Telok Ayer

Drinks & Co


When a bar is backed by a distribution company, you know prices won’t get any lower than that—prosecco starts from as low as S$52—we reckon the creamily sparkling Pitars Gold (S$52) will please you well—while popular champagne labels Moet & Chandon Brut and Veuve Clicquot are priced at S$75 and S$105 respectively. Ambience isn’t much to go by, but the interior is clean and minimalist, simply decorated with black and white tiles against whitewashed walls.

Despite its affordable prices, it’s not all quantity over quality. Tito’s Handmade vodka (S$75) is a rare find. Produced in Texas’ first and oldest legal distillery, this craft spirit is rich and fruity, with a smooth creaminess from having been micro-distilled six times in an old-fashioned pot still—a fine-art distilling method common of high-end French cognacs. If vino’s your thing, be sure to try Astrolabe Wines Marlborough Pinot Gris (S$41). Structured and delicate, its subtle bouquet of cardamom and nougat blossoms into robust notes of stone fruit and pear with a crisp and dry finishing. Now all we need is cheese.

44 Club Street
Tel: +65 6222 2005
Mon to Sun: 11am to 12am
Nearest Station: Telok Ayer

Tippletown Cafe


Away from all the buzz and action, Tippletown Café seats at the edge of Club Street, its non-descript demeanor spread over two units along a row of shophouses. From the shop front, the place is reminiscent of a post-Halloween party with its pumpkin orange walls and black awnings emblazed with its logo in a somewhat gothic serif font. Along the street are clumsily placed chairs around hinged and barreled tables—a strategic marketing ploy (in our opinion) to lower one’s expectations.

With lowered expectations come easier-to-please patrons. And please you they shall, in the form of craft beers from Britain, Belgium, Germany and Ukraine that offer incredible value—three bottles of Ukraine beers at go for S$24. Among the list are crowd favorites like Fuller’s London Pride (S$14), as well as rare finds like the woodily fruity (of grape, cherries and raisin) Chimay Bleue (S$15), bitter and hoppy Duvel (S$13) typical of Belgium pale ales, and Triple Karmeliet (S$13) that’s light and fresh with a subtle mouth of fruit and oat. Available on tap are Bavaria and La Trappe (from S$8 per half pint), with free flow options each Saturday at S$39 for three hours, or go the whole nine yards at S$65 for the night.

11 Club Street
Tel: +65 6557 2554
Mon to Sat: 5pm to 12am
Nearest Station: Telok Ayer

For more recommendations on the best bars in Singapore, read the following guides: Top 5 Bars at Tanjong Pagar || Top 5 Bars at Raffles Place || Top 5 Bars at Ann Siang Hill.

About the writer:
Mandy Lynn is a former I-S Magazine writer and current columnist at Nookmag; her dining and nightlife features are published in Men’s Folio, Singapore Tatler Dining and The Drinks Business, amongst others. For bite-sized food recommendations, follow her on Instagram and Facebook, or join her Gourmet Adventures to keep up with the latest dining and nightlife news.