Top 10 Singapore Nightlife Joints

28 HongKong Street

One of Singapore’s best-kept secrets, 28 HongKong Street looks completely nondescript to passers-by. But walk through its doors and you’ll discover a buzzing cocktail bar serving up concoctions with cheeky names and innovative flavors.


From reliable standards like golden ale and oatmeal stout to experimental seasonal and limited edition beers, they’ve got it all. Brewerkz also has great food and attractive happy hours.


Redefining the traditional Japanese-style izakaya is chef Kazumasa Yazawa, formerly of award-winning establishment Waku Ghin. Order sake, craft beer, or bespoke cocktails to go with the amazing small plates.


Slick underground club Kyō plays host to fine DJ acts and boasts a 24 meter-long bar. Be spoilt for choice with an endless list of liquors, wines and Champagne, as well as fine Japanese whiskeys and sakes to choose from.


The world’s highest urban craft brewery with stunning views of Marina Bay, LeVel33 has beers that stay true to European brewing traditions, top-class food and settings to suit any occasion.

Oxwell & Co.

This lively British gastrobar helmed by UK celebrity chef Mark Sargeant and Aussie barkeep Luke Whearty serves up beers, wines and even cocktails on tap. Expect drinks (and dishes) that contain handpicked herbs from their rooftop garden, and house-made gin crafted from cloves and nutmeg foraged locally in the vicinity.

Praelum Wine Bistro

Host to a feisty crowd of Duxton Hill regulars, Praelum (meaning “wine press” in Latin) carries a mix of Old World and New World labels. If you like the element of surprise, you’ll be glad to know the variety of wines available by the glass changes regularly.

RedDot BrewHouse

Take in scenic views of the iconic Singapore River while you sip on one-of-a-kind craft beers like Monster Green Lager and RedDot Lime Wheat at RedDot BrewHouse.  

Verre Wine Bar

Located in a refurbished warehouse on the quieter side of Robertson Quay, Verre has over 750 labels made up mostly of bottles from small, family-owned artisanal vineyards in its walk-in cellar.

Wine Connection Cheese Bar

It’s the perfect marriage of wine and cheese at this 190-seater contemporary bar. Choose from a selection of more than 40 matured farm cheeses flown in from Europe and over 250 exquisite vino labels, with plenty available by the glass.