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. The Book Cafe is not a place that is known for food. We’re working hard to be accurate – but these are unusual times, so please always check before heading out. Started in the 50s, Nelson Bar used to be frequented by sailors and captains who docked at the Sembawang naval shipyard, making it one of the oldest bars in Singapore. You’ll be up all night discussing the daring concoctions like the Dali’s Self Portrait ($28) – a take on the Manhattan with bacon fat and artichoke and the Peel and See ($28), a slightly savoury tipple with miso and olive oil. These Plain Vanilla Christmas cakes and sets are perfect for gift... Sign up for one of our free newsletters to receive the latest news, commentary and fashion features straight from Her World. New additions to the updated menu include the Truffled Egg and Watercress Brioche and the Passionfruit Cheesecake, just to name a few. Still, we picked Mellower for the ambience and view. The bar focuses on American craft spirits and puts a colourful spin on cocktails with quirky concoctions such as the Devil in the Details ($20) fuelled by both white and pink dragonfruit.

Grown in the mythical coastal vineyards of Cinque Terre, Liguria, Italy. The ample sunlight that streams in through the skylights and glass walls as well the surrounding greenery from Istana Park make you feel like you're away from the city though you're in the heart of it. Currently, it’s got a beer and fries buffet promotion at $38.80 for men and $30.80 for ladies. This snazzy new hideaway may specialise in all-day dining, but its cocktails are worth every sip. 10 Scotts Road Perched atop the SuperTree Grove, SuperTree by IndoChine is where you can sip martinis and enjoy intimate dinners under the starlit skies. Or whatever Singaporeans deem as a place only for drinks.

Meats and sausages? Try the sprightly Ruby ($22) Ruby concoction, made from lemon, ginger, fresh mint, vermouth and Ceylon Arrack.

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Give that a try or order one of its light bites like the Vietnamese spring rolls to complement your booze – it offers quite a selection of beers like Hoegaarden, Budweiser and Sapporo. Very well, judging by the crowds that swarm in each night for a feel of the bar’s impressive menu. It’s a spread that’ll last you through a couple of chapters. During the golden hours—typically anytime between 4pm to 8pm—wind down at any one of these locations across the city and allow the harmony between food and drink provide you with an out-of-this-world dining experience. Well, fret not because at Bar Stories, a bespoke bar, each cocktail is entirely customised around your mood, taste and palette - there is no formal cocktail menu to order from! Smooth cement floors, blue and white china in rickety wooden cabinets, and tonnes of retro memorabilia that line the shelves all remind people of simpler times. NEwsletter. Small, cosy, and very dark, it’s the perfect venue for dates or if you just need time for quiet reflection. Set on the second floor of an old shophouse, the back bar has little clutter with a row of high chairs (be very careful on the dismount). Or you could take it inside and sit at the stunning bar that's draped in greenery while you watch the bartender fix a drink for you.

And it’s not a boring space, the decor often mirrors the exhibits’ themes, and there nice window seats (full-length windows) that have plenty of natural light for you to read. But everything has a worn-down quality to it, giving the place a welcoming charm. Try it for yourself! Something unique about it is that it's a hidden underground bar so one of the fun parts about going there for a drink is having to find where the actual bar is located. Being exposed to the sea it gives the wine a particular salinity. At 43 Tanjong Pagar Rd, Singapore 088464; tel: 8121 1462. When you step past the nondescript wooden door of the shophouse where Tea Bone Zen Mind is located, you'll feel like you've stepped into a different area entirely. It is a great chill-out place where you can sit down, have a cup of coffee, read a book, and watch the world go by. Dine while prawning as this bistro is situated by a prawning pond. It's a bar with an intimate and minimalist setting that is great for a group of girlfriends looking for a place to have a drink while chatting the night away. A small, selection of teas curated by A.muse, a local handcrafted tea purveyor, is available, and you can pay as much as you want for it – as long as you pay a minimum of $5 per pot. [embed]https://www.instagram.com/p/BPPfOzShTGu/[/embed]. Even better when the pot of gold is conveniently located in the heart of Orchard Road. Source: TheSmartLocal. This hidden gem is perfect for those nights when you just need to hang out with a friend and exchange dating horror stories.

Try the sprightly Ruby ($22) Ruby concoction, made from lemon, ginger, fresh mint, vermouth and Ceylon Arrack. We like the inside-most part of the cafe a lot – where you'll find lots of big armchairs and floor-to-ceiling glass panels that show you the tropical greenery outside.

It doesn’t matter if you’re going to get brunch or not, you'll want to check out this brunch spot nestled along Robertson Quay. Thanks for subscribing! [embed]https://www.instagram.com/p/B5huE5lH6IJ/[/embed]. [embed]https://www.instagram.com/p/B4Y5sGUjXuz/[/embed]. GirlStyle Singapore. The best affordable and chill bars in the north of Singapore . This spot also offers different activities like karaoke, darts, pool and card games to let loose and chill after a day of work. Times like these, we turn to our regular haunts for reliable familiarity and comfort, where we can get our favourite beers and cheers to great goals. 5 More Bars In Singapore To Chill-Out At With Your Friends After A Tiring Day Of Work #1 Loof. [embed]https://www.instagram.com/p/B1N2fMuHVX1/[/embed]. : 201815023K.