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House of Dandy

House of Dandy

A bar after our own heart, House of Dandy encapsulates the opulence of the roaring twenties perfectly with its slick interior – think Oscar Wilde’s quotes scrawled on the walls, Tom Dixon designer lamps, and British Airforce Spitfires-inspired chairs – and an extensive whiskey list. Not big on single malts? There is a range of boutique spirits, classic cocktails, and cigars, which are just as delightful.

74 Tras Street
Nearest MRT: Tanjong Pagar
House of Dandy

The Beast

The Beast

Chicken and waffles, pulled pork hash, freshly-baked cornbread, a mac and cheese burger – these are just some of the amazing Southern treats you can feast on at The Beast, a bourbon bar located in the hip Kampong Glam precinct. They also do brunch on Sundays; don’t miss out on the bacon maple-glazed donut and the signature sweet tea!

17 Jalan Klapa
Nearest MRT: Bugis
The Beast

Sum Yi Tai

Sum Yi Tai

Housed in a heritage shophouse, this restaurant-bar follows a retro 1980s Hong Kong theme. Chinese tapas – like crispy roast pork and XO carrot cake – is served on the ground floor, a dining club (there’s a private dining room as well) is located on the second floor, and on the third you’ll find a private rooftop bar – which can only be accessed if you have an invitation or a reservation.

25 Boon Tat Street
Nearest MRT: Telok Ayer
Sum Yi Tai 

The Library

The Library

Only folks who know the password of the week are allowed past the secret doors of this speakeasy, which are disguised as a large bookshelf. You’ll be greeted by dim lights and a sleek copper bar top when you enter. The drinks are fun (smooth, too), and served in unique glasses, like a little bathtub in the case of the Shrub-A-Dub-Dub cocktail. Psst... you can cheat and get the password from neighbouring British-style bistro, The Study.

47 Keong Saik Road
Nearest MRT: Outram Park
The Library 

1-Altitude

1-Altitude

Elevate yourself up and away from the bustle of the Central Business District (CBD) at the city’s tallest bar. Standing at 282 metres above sea level, this three-in-one venue houses a fully al fresco bar (that’s 1-Altitude), award-winning restaurant Stellar, and dance club Altimate. Between 6pm and 8pm, head up to the highest level for a glorious sundown soiree that’s filled with summery cocktails, jazzy beats, and, of course, a killer view to boot.

Level 61, 1 Raffles Place
Nearest MRT: Raffles Place
1-Altitude

Neon Pigeon

Neon Pigeon

Everything about this modern Japanese hangout spells hip, from the graffiti mural walls to quirky ninja cocktail glasses. On the menu, you’ll find Asian-inspired sharing plates like tsukune sliders, miso roasted pumpkin rice, and even soup like the Hokkaido buttered corn broth with oxtail. Drink-wise, go ahead and challenge the bartenders to craft something to your liking, or order one of their cocktails, such as Harajuku Girl – a mix of Fords Gin, Fee Brothers plum bitters and shisho leaf.

1 Keong Saik Road
Nearest MRT: Outram Park
Neon Pigeon