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After a long day in the city, if you wish to unwind with well-poured drinks then Southbridge is the place to be. This stunning bar has an extensive terrace which lets you soak in panoramic views of the Singapore's glittering skyline while sipping on creative concoctions, eclectic spirits and impressive wines. The lit-up bar is managed by a team of master bartenders who are known to create magic with liquor. As you sit atop the high stools awaiting your drink, cool breeze and picture-perfect vistas create just the right mood. Open till midnight, Southbridge is the spot to bring in a special occasion or spend a romantic evening. To keep your hunger in check, the place offers a scrumptious seafood menu too.
Enjoy the drinks and views at 1-Altitude, one of the world's highest alfresco bar. The bar and viewing gallery are located on a rooftop above Singapore's Financial District and have unobstructed views in all directions. A fixed price for the first drink (whether it's alcoholic or non-alcoholic) serves as the cover charge. There is a fine selection of fruit cocktails, whiskeys, wines, and beers. 1-Altitude is largely a tourist attraction by day, but after 10p all guests must be 21 or older and observant of the dress code.
At the Loof bar you can indulge in premium martinis while taking in the beautiful skyline of Singapore. Whether it's a business meet over drinks or a more intimate rendezvous; Loof fits the bill for every occasion. The engaging view, tantalizing beverages and upbeat music played by a DJ adds to the vibrant scene. Attracting an arty crowd, socialites and media people; Loof is a good place for networking and making business contacts.
Kinki describes itself as "Japanese with urban attitude" and both the cuisine and decor have an undeniable edge. The seafood, flown in directly from Tokyo, doesn't get any fresher than this. These lovely ingredients are used to create delicious nouveau Japanese dishes, like black cod in a pomegranate miso sauce, okonomiyaki-style pizza, and sushi with scallops and foie gras. The bar is fully stocked with sakes, shochus, plus the usual spirits and mixes cocktails with a Japanese twist like a sake-rita or ume plum martini. The Kinki dining room is decked out with tattoo-inspired art and the rooftop bar has beautiful views of Marina Bay.