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Sake, Women’s Day and Jap fruit cocktails: 11 bar events to check out this March

We hope you’re thirsty as we round up 11 bar events happening this March 2022 in Singapore.

For International Women’s Day on 8 March, Smoke & Mirrors puts their bar back in the spotlight with her own cocktail creation. Burger & Lobster Raffles Hotel offers a free bottle of champagne if you come early, and Level 33 pours free-flow drinks for ladies only.

It’s springtime in Japan at Waku Ghin, as the two-Michelin-starred restaurant rolls out cocktails made from seasonal Japanese fruits. If you prefer sake, there’s an ongoing campaign featuring 30 restaurants serving local and international seafood dishes alongside it.

World Margarita Day took place in February, but Cointreau wants you to celebrate for a month. They partnered with bars around Singapore to offer the classic cocktails and some twists.

For gin fans, Flow Bar is offering a masterclass on how to make your own gin cocktail, and Raffles Courtyard teams up with Four Pillars. The Balvenie closes their whisky dinner series at Cure, and MO Bar bundles four signature cocktails in an experience package. On Sundays, Ce La Vi throws a barbecue up high with Penfolds.

10 bar events in Singapore to check out this March 2022:

Smoke & Mirrors spotlights their bar back and front-of-house staff Kathleen Galicia on International Women’s Day with her own cocktail creation. Called Forget-me-not (S$18++), the purple number is floral, sweet and spicy, and only available that day. They’re also offering free-flow Besserat de Bellefon Champagne for two hours at S$88++ per person, with a glass of Forget-me-not as a welcome drink.

Free-flow champagne, Tuesday, 8 March 2022, 7.30pm to 9.30pm

1 St. Andrew's Road, #06-01 National Gallery Singapore, 178957 google map
9380 6313

For International Women’s Day, Burger & Lobster is giving away a free bottle of Telmont Reserve Rosé to the first ten groups of ladies who dine at their Raffles Hotel location. Both outlets are also serving a special cocktail called Porfirio (S$14++). It features Mount Gay Eclipse Rum, where Trudiann Branker worked as the distillery’s first Women Master Blender.

328 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 188719 google map
6971 6127

Level 33 celebrates International Women’s Day on 8 March with a free-flow package for ladies (S$88++ each). For two hours, they offer non stop cocktail classics like Aperol Spritz, Mojito and G&T, house wines and prosecco, as well as their house-brewed beers.

Tuesday, 8 March 2022, 11.30am to 10.30pm 

8 Marina Blvd, #33-01, Singapore 018981 google map
6834 3133

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Now till 13 March: Seafood Loves Sake

Sake is more than just a pairing with Japanese food, as this campaign wants to show. Titled Seafood Loves Sake, 30 restaurants including Bar Cicheti, FOC, Geylang Claypot Rice, Fleurette, Punjab Grill, and Morsels are pairing some of their signature seafood dishes with their preferred choice of sake.

Head to the website for the full list of restaurants.


Former travel booking site Native is marking their change to an “experience concierge” with a launch campaign called Like A Native. One of the experiences they offer is a gin cocktail masterclass (S$80) at Flow Bar, where head bartender Ricky Paiva will teach you how to use fresh ingredients to make your favourite gin drink.

Sunday, 13 March 2022, 4pm to 6pm

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Now till 20 March: World Margarita Day

Cointreau is celebrating World Margarita Day by partying for a month. From now till 20 March, the orange liqueur brand has partnered with 12 top bars and restaurants across the island to offer the classic cocktail as well as variations, such as a smoky number with fat-washed spicy lap cheong tequila and mezcal from Smoke & Mirrors, and a spicy twist – Chica Caliente – habenero agave from Papi’s Tacos.

Participating outlets:

BRDL, Comida Mexicana, Entrance, Foxtail, La Salsa, Lime House, Margarita’s Dempsey Hill, Mezcla, Miss Fitz, Offtrack, Papi’s Taco, Smoke & Mirrors

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1-31 March: seasonal fruit cocktails at Waku Ghin

Waku Ghin showcases springtime in Japan through their cocktails (S$25++ each) made from premium Japanese fruits. There’s the highly prized musk melon from Shizuoka, a barrel-aged Negroni featuring honey lime from the same prefecture, and Fukuoka strawberry in the rum-based Tochigi Ichigo.

Level 2 Dining, L2-03 The Shoppes at, 2 Bayfront Ave, Marina Bay Sands, 018956 google map
6688 8507

The Balvenie wraps up its Handcrafted By series at Nua Irish restaurant, Cure. The one-Michelin-starred eatery is serving two dishes that incorporates the Speyside whisky: a twice-smoked salmon brushed with The Balvenie 14 Year Old The Week of Peat, and a dessert filled with peat-smoked ice cream. A Whisky Sour made with The Balvenie 14 Year Old Caribbean Cask, umeshu and sage is also available. The items are served as part of the full menu at S$396++ with alcohol pairing.

21 Keong Saik Rd., Singapore 089128 google map
6221 2189

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Now till 23 June: Raffles Courtyard & Four Pillars Gin

Raffles Courtyard teams up with Four Pillars Gin for cocktails and gin flights. You can taste the award-winning gins in four creations by the bar and two by the Yarra Valley distillery (S$20++ each). The Four Pillars Gin Flight (S$15++) is another option, which includes three expressions and tonic.

Daily until 23 June 2022, 3pm to 10.30pm

328 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 189673 google map
6412 1816

MO Bar is offering a MO Bar Cocktail Experience (S$156.75, usual price S$181.50) that lets you taste what makes them one of the World’s 50 Best Bars. The package includes four signature cocktails, two bar bites and an evening of their delightful hospitality.

5 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039797 google map
6885 3500

Ce La Vi fires up the grill at their Sky Lounge for a cookout with Penfolds wines. There’s seafood like octopus, oyster and barramundi, free range chicken, lamb chops and Black Angus ribeye for meat, and charred broccolini for greens. Penfolds Koonunga Hill riesling and shiraz go for S$88 a bottle.

Every Sunday, 5pm onwards

1 Bayfront Avenue Marina Bay Sands, Hotel, Tower 3, 018971 google map
6508 2188

Jethro Kang

Jethro enjoys wine, biking, and climbing, and he's terrible at all three. In between them, he drinks commercial lagers and eats dumplings.

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