Whether you're in the CBD or chained to your desk, take a break from greasy char kway teow and order one of these.
He left Jaan to open a new French fine dining place.
If you haven't already tried their cocktails, what are you waiting for?
There are two film festivals, a gin pop-up at The Library and a concert by the lovely Yuna, among other fun things
Churros lovers can get their fix at the new Korean churro place, Churro 101.
This year’s Singapore Craft Beer Week is filled with microbrewery tours at Paulaner Brauhaus, Archipelago and LeVeL33. Beer launches include Echigo Koshihikari Lager, Menabrea and another one from London duo Four Pure Brewing. Other programmes are included such as a Japanese Beer Masterclass and dinner with a few master brewers.
Bang Bang is hosting a Mad Max: Fury Road-themed party, with DJ Stanley spinning modern hip hop tunes. Admission is $35 and comes with one free drink.
This new indie music festival will take place over two days. The ine-up includes some big names like Damien Rice, Flight Facilities, Ride and Rachael Yamagata.
Bliss Out 2015 combines both yoga and music, with a session led by Sianna Sherman, teacher and founder of Mythic Yoga Flow, and performances by Auckland indie electronic band, The Naked And Famous. Expect to hear their hits like “Punching In A Dream”, “All Of This” and “Young Blood”.