6 Cool Bars in Singapore for a Saturday Night Out

Decompress on the weekend with these 6 unique bars!
Exceptional Cocktails • Alley Bar Homeground Grill and Bar Hopscotch Tess Bar & Kitchen
Wine Experts • Amy’s Wine Bar
Soju & Beers Chug Chug

Let loose on the weekends and recharge as you gather your buddies for a fun night out at Singapore’s hippest bars in town. Here on Oddle Eats, check out these 6 cool bars in Singapore that serve up the best tipples and bites.

1. Alleybar

Situated at Peranakan Place, Alleybar‘s Signature Cocktails (from $25 each) offer a truly unique experience. Have a taste of their Kaya King Mai Tai, which boasts kaya fat washed Matusalem rum, kaffir & pineapple orgeat syrup, and more. The Unseen Sour elevates well-known whiskey sour with a touch of Merlot and fruity notes. Alleybar also offers classic cocktails, priced at $16 each during Happy Hours and $20 at other times.

Where: 2 Emerald Hill Road, Peranakan Place, Singapore, 229287

2. Amy’s Wine Bar

An impressive wine range awaits you at Amy’s Wine Bar. Brought to you by the team behind Two Men Bagel House, you’ll get to pair the best of wines with great food here. Be sure to order up a portion of their fresh Irish Oysters. The dish comes with a cucumber vinegar dressing, pumpkin hot sauce, and chive oil.

Do note you have to make a $50 deposit to secure a reservation which will be applied to your total bill. It’s fully refundable if you cancel at least 1 full day before.

Where: 17D Lor Liput, Singapore 277731

3. Chug Chug

Down your beers and soju at Chug Chug, which offers a wide selection of draught beers, also offered in pints or towers for sharing. Try Meantime Pale Ale (from $12 per pint, $70 per tower), which uses a mixture of hops to provide a fragrant, citrus taste. Alternatively, get bottled beers like the Kronenbourg 1664 Blanc (from $10 per bottle, and $40 for 5). Soju brands Chorong, Chuga, and Jinro are available as well. Paired with food and music, you’ll surely have a great evening at Chug Chug with your friends.

Where: 114 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088529

4. Homeground Grill and Bar

With delicious food and an array of alcohol selections, spend your evening at Homeground Grill & Bar, located along Serangoon Road. Start off with the classic or lychee Mojito Pitcher (from $35), good for 3 people. Next, explore their popular cocktails like Smoky Bastard (from $17), which serves up rum mixed with apple, tonic, and smoked with cinnamon. You could also return to familiar territory with ice-cold beers like Asahi or Erdinger.

5. Hopscotch

One of the must-try bars in Singapore where you can get a delectable local spin on fancy cocktails is Hopscotch, which has two outlets in Singapore. Each cocktail is uniquely inspired: the Milo Medley (from $23) sees a beautiful harmony of milo and several liqueurs, re-packaging the country’s favourite beverage. Engage bartenders to craft a ‘bespoke’ cocktail, based on your personal preferences by customising your alcohol strength and taste for that Instagrammable shot of your creation.

Where: 45 Malan Road, Singapore, 109455 (Gillman Barracks), or 15 Stamford Road, #01-83, Singapore, 178906 (Capitol)

6. Tess Bar & Kitchen

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Though we are able to travel now, not every country is safe or accessible. With Tess Bar & Kitchen‘s innovative cocktails, thankfully, our taste buds can travel the globe. Enter and you’ll see their large shelf of spirits. Interesting cocktails include Snorkeling in Boracay (from $21), for a delicious mix of daiquiri, rum, banana liqueur, and citrus fruits. If you miss Japan, try their Para Para Sakura (from $21), combining highball, vodka, sake, cherry blossom, and London Essence tonic. Tess also offers shots in sets of 3 (from $18), on top of their extensive list of spirits, beers, and wines. Come experiment at this lovely bar the next time you’re out with your best buddies.

Where: 38 Seah St, Singapore 188394

When you’re planning your next night out, be sure to stop by Oddle Eats for great bars in Singapore to unwind!