[Sponsored] You’ve heard of International Beer Day, National Pizza Day and maybe even Malbec World Day, but we have Hendrick’s Gin to thank for finally giving the humble cucumber its own celebratory occasion.
World Cucumber Day takes place on June 14, and ten of Singapore’s best bars will be commemorating the ultimate garnish by serving a Hendrick’s and tonic for the price of a cucumber. You read that right—stop by a participating bar from 5-9pm on the day and you’ll be able to trade one full Japanese cucumber for a glass of unusual refreshment (limited to one redemption per customer). Here’s where you can get in on the fun. Be sure to use the hashtags #cucumberhour, #hendricksginsg and #wcdsg on social media.
Fairmont Singapore’s swanky watering hole combines classic recipes with contemporary finesse—some of their cocktails are even made with ingredients grown in the bar’s own 600 sq ft herb garden.
This famed cocktail bar is known for bespoke, locally-inspired concoctions and addictive bar snacks like truffle chips.
From the same people behind 28 HongKong Street and Proof & Company, Crackerjack provides feel-good nosh and fresh cocktails throughout the day.
Renowned for cocktails with whimsical local twists, Jekyll & Hyde makes the most of rare and artisanal spirits while serving up East-meets-West snacks including spam fries.
A password-protected speakeasy, The Library makes cocktails that are equal parts quirky and sophisticated. Just be sure to check out their Facebook page for the current password before you visit.
This popular four-story gastrobar has been shaking things up from the get-go with cocktails and wine on tap, and a rooftop bar area which features a herb garden.
Nutmeg & Clove taps into Singapore’s history to find inspiration for their cocktails, revisiting five distinct eras in its menu—“Trading Post”, “Crown Colony”, “Banana Republic”, “Sovereign State” and “Metropolis”.
There are few better places for a G&T in Singapore than the garden bar of The White Rabbit. The Rabbit Hole offers a global line-up of gins paired with premium tonic waters, including one made in-house.
Overlooking the Padang from atop the National Gallery, Smoke & Mirrors boasts some of the best views in town—and great cocktails to match them.
Located in a discreet shophouse on Seah Street, Tess is another establishment with a focus on local flavors. Be sure not to miss the hearty bar bites like the sous-vide prime rib.
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