Up All Night: Where to go past Midnight

For late night drinks and entertainment, it can be hard finding classy, sophisticated venues in which to unwind in, deep into the night. We’ve put together our top 5 favourite hotspots, from boundary-pushing entertainment at LuLu’s Lounge to sipping some of Asia’s best cocktails at The Other Room and a vast range of the finest Sake at TEN Sushi & Bar.

Here’s the low-down with our insider tips:

 

Lulus’s Lounge

Having fast garnered a reputation as Singapore’s hottest nightlife hotspot, LuLu’s Lounge is perfect for curious partygoers looking for a unique experience. The venue’s design and ambience evolve from the time it opens at 9 pm till it closes at 6 am; creating an intriguing backdrop to some of the most controversial performances on the city’s entertainment scene. From bongo drummers, roving saxophonists, drag queens and burlesque dancers, LuLu’s continues to elevate Singapore’s party scene.

Best for: Eclectic Entertainment

V&VPR loves: Becca the Bus

Location: 7 RAFFLES BLVD SINGAPORE 39595

Opening hours:

Wednesday: 7PM – 4AM

Friday and Saturday: 9PM – 6AM

 

The Other Room

Rated as one of Asia’s Top 50 Best Bars, The Other Room continues to make waves on the bar scene with cocktails that never fails to innovate and surprise. Hidden in the heart of Orchard Road behind an unmarked door and subtly placed doorbell, The Other Room is Singapore’s only authentic speakeasy concept which hosts discerning food and drinks aficionados into the early hours of the morning – up to 4 am. This year, the Other Room launched their secret menu which consists of a carefully curated one-of-a-kind, multi-sensory, cocktail concoctions, available nowhere else in the world.  Ps, get to know Dario Knox, the Man-Behind The Other Room, and who knows he might give you the Golden Key.

Best for: Sexy Rendezvous

V&VPR loves: Reverse Gin & Tonic and a Reuben Sandwich

Location: Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel, 320 Orchard Road #01-05, Singapore 238865 

Opening Hours:

Monday – Thursday: 6PM – 3AM

Friday – Sunday: 6PM – 4AM

 

TEN Sushi & Bar

Now, who doesn’t love Sushi? Located at The Quayside, TEN Sushi & Bar serves a mouthwatering array of fresh fish air-flown from Japan! Take a seat at one of their high tables while gazing across the Singapore river and a plate of hand-rolled sushi or a bowl of classic Don to soak up all the alcohol. There is nothing better than the pairing of sushi and sake until 3 am.

Best for: Late night sushi and sashimi cravings

V&VPR loves: The Fisherman Inside-Out-Roll, with 10 types of fresh fish

Location: 60 Robertson Quay #01-09 Singapore 238252

Opening Hours:

Tuesday – Sunday:

Lunch: 11.30AM – 2.15PM

Dinner: 5.30PM – 3AM

 

Skinny Lounge

Skinny Lounge is perfect for those looking for a fun night of singing and affordable cocktails. This Karaoke bar located along Boat Quay serves a great Daiquiri No. 1 and Caipiroska. Don’t expect much from their bar bites menu with snacks including Ruffles with sour cream and onion dip and pretzel rolls with cheese dip. We don’t mind the fuss-free options because after all, we’re here to sing our hearts out and take the edge off with the cocktails.

Best for: Drunken Karaoke Nights

V&VPR loves: The vibe!

Location: 82 Boat Quay Singapore 049870

Opening Hours:

Monday – Friday: 5PM – 3AM

Saturday: 7PM – 4AM

 

ATLAS

For Champagne and Gin aficionados, there’s no better place than, ATLAS, one of Singapore’s most iconic restaurant-bar or otherwise known as “the bar in Gotham building with a 15-metre gin tower”. Guests can taste rare treasures from some of Asia’s most sought-after Champagne lists or choose a spirit from one of the world’s most extensive gin collection. ATLAS is not just about its excellent drinks, and it also has a delectable dining menu perfect for a complete night out.

Best for: When you’re trying to impress

V&VPR loves: The Atlas Martini

Location: Parkview Square, 600 North Bridge Road Singapore 188778

Opening Hours:

Monday – Thursday: 10AM – 1AM – Thu: 10am – 1am

Friday: 10AM –  2AM

Saturday: 3PM –  2PM

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