A good bar to us means drinks are great and happy hour promotions are irresistible, ambience is lively and comfortable, and a pleasing interior is bonus.
We went on a scout for some of the chic bars in Singapore. ‘Instagram-worthy’ is we’d like to call them, albeit overused.
Here are 10 Instagram-Worthy Bars in Singapore for a night of bar-hopping adventures.
The number of cocktail bars in Singapore has been increasing stealthily to meet the growing community of discerning drinkers. These bars are more often than not a hole-in-the-wall and you probably would have overlooked them in the day. An unassuming camouflaged entrance seems almost deliberate to ward off those who did not put in the extra effort to scout for the gateway to divine cocktails.
While classics such as Old Fashioned and Manhattan have been on every bar’s menu since our granny’s times, a new wave of Asian-fusion exotic selections, such as Kuvo’s prawn noodles cocktail and Bitters & Love’s crowd-pleaser kaya toast cocktail, has entered Singapore’s burgeoning bar scene in the recent years.
These unorthodox concoctions are the brainchild of Singaporean bartenders who have not forgotten their roots. The unique alcoholic beverages truly deserve extra commendation for overcoming the near-impossible uphill task of integrating local flavours into delicious cocktails.
Here is our guide to 8 interesting cocktails with a local twist in Singapore that you should try!
Finding a bar to unwind at after work might be a daunting task for those located in the CBD. Singapore’s downtown bars are notorious for its overwhelming crowd, especially during happy hours. Why risk the possibility of being denied a table at an overly crammed bar when you can enjoy the laid back atmosphere of the serene Quayside Isle at Sentosa Cove?
Hidden away from the bustling city chaos, Quayside Isle is home to an enclave of gourmet restaurants, with each outlet boasting a breathtaking view of the tranquil yacht harbour. The refreshing change of atmosphere will effortlessly rejuvenate your tired minds, making Quayside Isle an ideal post-work watering hole destination. Whether you are a wine enthusiast or a beer aficionado, there is something for everyone here.
From 1-for-1 selected wines to discounted bottles, read on to find out more about our guide to Quayside Isle’s After Work Drinks Promotions. While the magnificent view from the promenade is already worthy of a special trip, we are certain that the alluring happy hour promotions are equally irresistible!
There’s always a reason to drink (alcohol): hectic schedules, never-ending deadlines, overbearing workloads, overbearing bosses. Another reason? Shopping in town all day is hard work. We’re here to make it easier.
Forget cafés. Let’s get you properly acquainted with the (right) alcoholic libations. Here are 5 bars in Orchard Road to go for drinks after your shopping spree.
One of best places for a fun night out in Singapore is Ann Siang Hill. With its innovative string of watering holes, one will never ever go thirsty here. From bars specializing in craft spirits to bespoke cocktails, Ann Siang Hill is where you’ll go to get to your ‘happy place’.
Here are the top 5 bars in Ann Siang Hill, Singapore.
From the best selection of rums and sakes, to the best happy hours—it’s not just us who need a break; so does the wallet—we’ve done our groundwork, and pounded pavement to bring you the best bars in Tanjong Pagar.
Like finding a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, it is always satisfying to discover new places where you can get a good drink before dinner. Even better when the pot of gold is conveniently located in the heart of Orchard Road.
The martini bar at mezza9 is one of those secret hideouts that only folks in the know head to. There are a few reasons why it has remained hugely popular, and many more reasons why we think you will love it too. First, it is a gorgeous spot to have a drink after work. The glass-enclosed bar on the mezzanine level of Grand Hyatt Singapore provides a view of Scotts Road. Second, with over 30 delicious speciality concocted martinis, it is a shrine that martini lovers can worship.
Third – and the main reason for this post – martini bar at mezza9 is having a more than fantastic promotion that everyone should know about. From Monday to Wednesday 6pm to 9pm, enjoy 9 different martinis at S$9++ each! The usual prices for martinis here range from S$19 to S$28, so the S$9++ offer is really a deal of a century.
From Almond Martini, to Blueberry Citrus made with Effen vodka, blueberry liqueur, and grapefruit juice – each of the nine martini reveals a different statement about you.
Let’s just say you must go to the martini bar to try one of the nine martinis post dinner at mezza9, else, for the lack of better descriptions, you’d never know what you are missing out. Which martini best describes you? Try it and let us know!
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martini bar at mezza9
Grand Hyatt Singapore
10 Scotts Road
Tel: +65 6416 7322
Mon to Sun: 12pm – 2am
Happy Hour: 6pm – 9pm
Nearest Station: Orchard
This post is brought to you by Grand Hyatt Singapore.
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