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The Latest Bars in Town

A bevy of new drinking establishments have popped up all over Singapore in recent months and we've rounded seven of them up into one inebriating list for your guilty pleasure. By Hillary Kang

The Latest Bars in Town
ALTIMATE

ALTIMATE

Make a toast to the killer view of the city from Altimate, a premier lounge and little brother of Singapore's highest restaurant, 1-Altitude. Situated on the 61st level of the ultra-modern One Raffles Place, Altimate might have only opened in April, but it is fast becoming the lounge to be seen in. With a strict door policy and a maximum capacity of 250, this futuristic nightspot is for elite drinkers only.
Altimate, #61-01 One Raffles Place, 1 Raffles Place, Tel: 6438 0410

REFLECTIFF

REFLECTIFF

The sleepless Changi Airport might be more synonymous with bustling travellers and non-stop activity, but Crowne Plaza Changi Airport seeks to slow the pace a little with its newly opened al fresco gastrobar, Reflectiff. Surrounded by lush foliage, high-backed chairs and an aura of quiet intimacy, it is a sanctuary of delectable tapas-inspired dishes and premium spirits for weary travellers looking for a place to relax.
Reflectiff, Level 1 Crowne Plaza Changi Airport, 75 Airport Boulevard, Tel: 6823 5367

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ONE-NINETY BAR BY JAVIER DE LAS MUELAS

Old-world glam meets contemporary style at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore's latest F&B addition. The warmly lit, mirror-panelled space underwent a drastic revamp back in January and owes its impressive drink menu to renowned Spanish mixologist Javier de las Muelas (read his story here) — who, in addition to sharing his expertise with One-Ninety's bartenders, has also brought his signature droplets to the bar's mixes.
One-Ninety Bar by Javier de las Muelas, Level 1 Four Seasons Hotel, 190 Orchard Boulevard, Tel: 6831 7671

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L'AIGLON
Make no mistake: This four-month-old bar is a predominantly a study of Parisian elegance. Yet the exotic oriental touches in its eclectic decor and menu give the space a fusion feel. This cross-cultural theme extends to the drinks menu, which runs the gamut from its signature The French 69 (a refreshing mix of gin, Labruyère champagne and lemon juice, and a cheeky reference to its address) to the Asian Sensation Kettle, a contemporary and highly intoxicating interpretation of the classic chrysanthemum tea.
L'Aiglon, 69 Neil Road, Tel: 6220 0369

OUTPOST

OUTPOST

If you're looking for a place to kick back with your mates and indulge in a good drink, Outpost has you covered. Opened in February, this cosy gastrobar takes pride in its hearty bar bites, great live music and cold drinks. Try its signature cocktail, Outpost: Ice and Fire — which blends both elements in the same glass — while listening to home-grown acoustic acts.
Outpost, #01-11 St James Powerstation, 3 Sentosa Gateway, Tel: 9069 1109

MANHATTAN

MANHATTAN

One shouldn't be surprised if Gatsby himself shows up in the main salon of Regent Singapore's new bar. The grand space, which opened in April, is a throwback to the decadent Golden Age of fine drinking. Just as impressive is the seasonally rotating cocktail menu, which features drinks inspired by Manhattan's distinctive districts, ranging from the flavourful Spanish Harlem to Wall Street. Craving some privacy? Slip into one of its three private rooms.
Manhattan, Level 2 The Regent Singapore, 1 Cuscaden Road, Tel: 6725 3377

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COOK & BREW

The Westin Singapore made its glamorous comeback to Singapore late last year, bringing its latest dining concept with it to the heart of Marina Bay. Enter Cook & Brew, a relaxed gastrobar that serves up classic pub dishes and snacks with a contemporary twist, while boasting over 100 different types of beer from around the world. Its prime location makes it great for an after-work sojourn, and its floor-to-ceiling windows allow patrons to soak in the panoramic views.
Cook & Brew, Level 33 The Westin Singapore, Asia Square Tower 2, 12 Marina View, Tel: 6922 6948