Located on Amoy Street, just near Telok Ayer MRT, Jigger & Pony is a love letter to the bars of the 19th century. Breaking down their cocktails into the categories of classic, vintage, and signatures, Jigger & Pony also serve punch bowls (the Zombie bowl promises to "turn you into a zombie for the entire week") catering to 15-20 people.
Another spot just near Telok Ayer MRT, Bitters & Love takes classic Singaporean sips and puts a unique spin on them. Handcrafted cocktails that bring you the flavours of Singapore, with a buzzing atmosphere and pumping tunes. The only thing you'll be asking yourself is... can I move in?
Right in the heart of Raffles Place, The Secret Mermaid is a bar and tasting room that focuses on American craft spirits. Celebrating the classics like gin, whiskey, vodka, and rum, Secret Mermaid is like a glorious library of booze.
If having the perfect view of Marina Bay Sands isn't enough, why not check out CÉ LA VI. With a restaurant, club, and rooftop bar, this is an incredible spot to see Singapore from an entirely new angle. Offering panoramic views and a dedication to the finest cocktails, this is a must-stop for any visitors looking to experience some of Singapore's finest boozy views.
Located on top of the National Gallery, Smoke & Mirrors will take your breath away from the moment you enter. With a stunning sculptural bar, the dynamic space merges indoor and outdoor dining seamlessly. But that's not all! The drinks themselves are gorgeous to look at AND to taste.
Sitting on Tanjong Pagar Road, the Tippling Club is a bar and restaurant that revels in a playful, fresh approach to both dining and drinking. Cocktails here need to be seen to be believed, like tiny works of art in a glass. If you aren't sold yet, in 2013 this joint was ranked 45th by The World's 50 Best Bars.
Sitting on Tras Street, Jekyll & Hyde is a restaurant and bar that fuses Japanese ingredients with a European flare. Their food and handcrafted cocktails are as beautiful as they are damn delicious. Though the bar itself may be tucked away on the opposite side from the entrance, you'll be planning to stay for a while once you see what's on the menu.