6 Bars in Singapore With Amazing Mocktails

6 Bars in Singapore With Amazing Mocktails
December 04 11:27 2016

Not an alcohol lover? No problem- head to these bars in Singapore with amazing mocktails, which you can pass off as cocktails the next time your friends ask you out for a drink.

1. The Black Swan

"bars in singapore with amazing mocktails"

by The Black Swan

Designed with a Roaring-Twenties theme, head into The Black Swan where you’ll be transported back in time. The decor clearly conveys the opulence of the past, with golden liquor shelves and a marble bar counter lined with gold, operated by an impeccably dressed team.

Of course, they only serve up the best in food and drink, with French oysters, Duck Leg Confit, and other indulgent dishes on the menu. End your meal with handcrafted mocktails like the Rosehip & Hibiscus Iced Tea, a floral blend that has the added benefit of being rich in antioxidants and vitamins.

Address: 19 Cecil St, Singapore 049704

Opening hours:

Mon 11.30am-11pm,

Tues to Thurs 11.30am-12am,

Fri 11.30am-1am,

Sat 5pm-1am

2. Jigger & Pony

"bars in singapore with amazing mocktails"

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Located at a former art gallery, Jigger & Pony’s interior is dark and rustic, with vintage-looking seating booths and a wooden communal table. Specialising in creating handmade classics, this bar is known for handcrafting all their drinks, right down to the ice cubes in your glass.

Many of their cocktails are fruity and botanical, as are their mocktails. Refreshing picks include the Spumoni, a tropical blend of campari syrup, grapefruit and thyme; as well as the Magenta Spritz, made with gin syrup, blueberry and lemon. If you have a sweet tooth, you’ll love the Italian Cream Soda with half & half cream.

Address: 101 Amoy Street, 069921

Opening hours:

Mon to Thurs 6pm-1am,

Fri & Sat 6pm-3am

3. Tess Bar & Kitchen

"bars in singapore with amazing mocktails"

by Tess Bar

Helmed by an award-winning bartender, Tess Bar & Kitchen is nestled in a former conservation shophouse along Seah Street. This cosy watering hole features industrial-chic decor and is known for the modern interpretations in their food and drinks menu.

Their mocktails include the very Singaporean-sounding Yaya Papaya, a papaya, orange juice, and milk combination topped off with maple syrup and nutmeg; as well as The Forbidden Tea, a fruity and refreshing concoction made with pink grapefruit juice, lime juice, lemongrass, peppermint tea and a dash of soda.

Address: 38 Seah St, Singapore 188394

Opening hours:

Mon to Thurs 11.30am-1am,

Fri 11.30am-2am,

Sat 5pm-2am

4. Loof

"bars in singapore with amazing mocktails"

by Loof Facebook

Even if you don’t drink alcohol, the mocktail means that you don’t have a reason to miss out on Singapore’s best rooftop bar. With a roof garden that offers a beautiful view of the iconic Raffles Hotel and sick beats from resident DJs livening up the night, it’s no wonder why CNN Travel called Loof “A must-go on the Singapore night-out circuit”.

Their most Singaporean cocktail would have to be Ya Kun Make Me Lose My Mind, referencing a local favourite kaya toast store. Fittingly, the mocktail is made with kaya, along with refreshing pineapple, lemon, and Thai basil. Other mocktail picks include In The Tropics, with passion fruit and cucumber, along with Running Amok, made with orange, lychee, apple, and mint.

Address: 331 North Bridge Road, #03-07 Odeon Towers Extension Rooftop, Odeon Towers, 188720

Opening hours:

Mon to Thurs 5pm-1am,

Fri & Sat 5pm-2am

5. District 10

"bars in singapore with amazing mocktails"

by District 10 Facebook

District 10 is a bar and restaurant that serves up modern European cuisine in a cosy, unpretentious space. Meat-lovers, here’s a heads up- they specialise in dry-aged meat and some of the most flavourful bone-in cuts. And while their premium red meats would go well with a glass of wine, there are mocktails on the menu for non-alcohol drinkers too.

Order the Gunner for a drink that takes the traditional ginger ale to the next level with angostura bitters and ginger beer. Or get the Shirley Temple, a sprite, lime juice and grenadine syrup concoction. Other fruity and refreshing picks include the Lime Cooler and the Bubble Tart.

Various locations, details on their website.

6. Open Door Policy

"bars in singapore with amazing mocktails"

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A popular happy hour spot within the hipster Tiong Bahru district, open Door Policy is well-loved for their eclectic menu of dishes like octopus terrine and beef cheek, which are influenced by various different types of cuisines, from Australian to Latin American.

Of course, they’ve dreamed up some amazing mocktails as well. These include the Earl Grey & Passionfruit Iced Tea that is spiked with almond syrup and lime; and the aptly-named Garden Lemonade made with elderflower, lemon, and mint, giving you a taste reminiscent of the scent of a flowering garden.

Address: 19 Yong Siak St, Singapore 168650

Opening hours:

Mon 12-3pm, 6-11pm

Wed & Thurs 12-3pm, 6-11pm

Fri 12-3pm, 6pm-12am

Sat & Sun 11am-4pm, 6pm-12am

You may not be feeling hungover, but for your friends who are, head to one of these great places in Singapore that will to cure their aching heads.

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