Established by the folks behind Crackerjack and 28 HongKong Street, Junior is a pocket bar that follows a unique concept every 6 months. Currently, it’s the place to be if you want to explore the vast world of agave spirits.
Situated in Dempsey Hill, Provisions is a multi-hyphenate gastro bar serving claypot rice, cocktails and skewers. The dishes celebrate the simplicity of Southeast Asian cuisine, as well as the spirit of communal dining — a natural accompaniment with drinking.
Located on the ground flour of the idyllic restaurant, The Summerhouse, Wildseed Bar boasts cocktails made with botanicals straight from its in-house organic garden. If floral gin cocktails are your ish, pay this bar a visit.
Southbridge is a rooftop oyster bar tucked away in the heart of Boat Quay. Trust us, there’s little better than being surrounded by a panoramic view of the Singapore cityscape while sipping on some quality champagne, and slurping down deliciously umami oysters. Enter from South Bridge Road just after the neighbouring 7-11 store.
It’s all leather furnishings, mood lighting and machismo in The Writing Club, a posh new whisky library at Palais Renaissance. The establishment has got over 500 whisky labels on deck, most of them rare and collectible.
Catchfly is a new American-style cocktail bar housed in the basement of multi-concept lifestyle destination, 12 Ann Siang. Helmed by head bartender Liam Baer, who started cocktail programmes at Beam, Toro and Evil Man Blues in Bangkok, the bar serves cocktails crafted with culinary techniques.
Beer guzzlers, Craft Feeds is the one for you. The new dining bar at Duxton Hill has an extensive menu of craft brews from both local and international breweries, alongside gourmet bites designed to pair with the beers.
Helmed by Luke Whearty, the hidden basement bar is one that serves up innovative cocktails amidst a sparse, industrial interior. Their recently revamped menu showcases Whearty’s mad genius, with house brewed fruit wines and a goat cheese cocktail to arrest your tastebuds.
One-Ninety Bar, previously established by Barcelona-based mixologist Javier de las Muelas, has now completely reinvented itself as a day-to-night bar destination for discerning drinkers. New head bartender Joseph Haywood has established a l’aperitivo cocktail programme, packed with classic aperitifs to spur your appetite before dinner.