No. 51

Mo Bar

(Singapore City/Singapore)

Journey through the Pacific Ocean and discover vibrant flavours and ingredients of South East Asia at MO BAR, with stunning views of Marina Bay. Blending the finest ingredients with progressive techniques, curated beverages range from refreshing to spirituous, the innovative cocktail menu can be paired with eclectic bar bites.

No. 52

Employees Only
(Singapore City/Singapore)

Conceptualized by five bar industry friends, Employees Only has become the industry standard for a hospitality-inclined cocktail bar since the opening of its original New York property in December 2004. In June 2016, Employees Only debuted its second outpost in Singapore, joining a flourishing dining scene and beloved cocktail community in the tropical city-state. It has gained recognition as a must-visit night time destination with a devoted global following. Upon arrival past this mysterious foyer, guests revel around a sensual curving bar that leads up to an alluring, elevated back dining room that is suitable for dinner, drinks and dancing alike.

No. 53

Katana Kitten

(New York/USA)

Masahiro Urushido and Cocktail Kingdom Hospitality Group’s James Tune and Greg Boehm teamed up to gift New York with a unique Japanese cocktail bar. Located in Greenwich Village, Katana Kitten is intended to be a casual and fun combination of Japanese street-style fare and sharp drinks. It’s a two-level establishment with music and decor inspired by the Golden Gai district of Tokyo, where tiny, tightly packed bars line the streets.

Photo by Noah Fecks

No. 54

Oriole

(London/UK)

The Oriole’s sumptuous space is an oasis of warmth, mystery and magic where in the evening Londoners and visitors alike can enjoy a glorious sense of disconnection from the outside world. At Oriole they cherish exploration - new tastes, colours and ingredients discovered in the farthest reaches of the globe: brought back, cherished and embraced. Their drinks are described as the harvest of history and of adventure - in a glass.

No. 55

Cause Effect Cocktail Kitchen

(Cape Town/South Africa)

Cause Effect Cocktail Kitchen and Cape Brandy bar is inspired by Cape town’s oceans, mountains, fynbos and vineyards. They offer a unique 3 course cocktail experience with locally inspired spritz service, sensorial experiential cocktails and a vintage cape brandy cocktail to finish. Their cocktail kitchen is a study in creativity where they discover, create and serve the best flavours from the Cape. They use modernistic techniques inspired by history, diversity and passion for the drinks industry. 

No. 56

Tippling Club

(Singapore City/Singapore)

Tippling Club is an ultra-progressive modern gastronomy restaurant and innovative cocktail bar helmed by chef and owner Ryan Clift. Tippling Club promises to bring avant-garde cuisine to the neighbourhood in the form of a flexible, everyday dining and drinking destination. After a decade, Tippling Club continues to pair its award-winning cuisine with world-class cocktails, pushing the extremes of ingredients and textures to to create an ever-evolving  experience.

No. 57

High Five

(Tokyo/Japan)

Founded in 2008 by the famous bartender Hidetsugu Ueno, Bar High Five is located in the heart of Ginza, the shopping and lifestyle district. There's no real menu, instead, the bartender asks for your taste preferences and then starts to mix a bespoke cocktail regarding your answers. The classic bar interior is composed of a 12-seat timber bar counter and a green velvet banquette at one end of the room. 

Photo by Eleni

No. 58

Callooh Callay

(London/UK)

Their ethos invokes all that is weird and wonderful... they call it organised chaos! Callooh Callay is all about serious nonsense; take your job seriously, however don't take yourself too seriously and most importantly, have fun doing it!

No. 59

Leyenda

(New York/USA)

Leyenda is a 2 time James Beard Nominated pan-latin inspired cocktail bar in Brooklyn, New York. They aim to highlight and celebrate Latin American flavors, distillates and cocktails.

No. 60

Death & Co

(New York/USA)

 Owned by partners David Kaplan, Alex Day, Devon Tarby, and Ravi DeRossi, Death & Co is one of the most significant and influential bars to emerge from the current craft cocktail revival. Since its opening in 2006 in Manhattan’s East Village, Death & Co has been a must visit destination for serious drinks and cocktail enthusiasts.. Boasting a supremely talented and creative bar staff and uniquely innovative menus, Death & Co is also the birthplace of some of the modern era’s most iconic drinks.

Photo by Death & Co.

No. 61

Dukes Bar

(London/UK)

The DUKES Bar martinis are legendary and as quoted by the New York Times, ‘one of the world’s best.’

If the walls of this intimate space could tell a thousand stories…

Every Martini or personalised cocktail served at the internationally acclaimed bar is an occasion, with our world class bartender team at the helm. Whether visiting for the first time or more, a special rendezvous with friends, a romantic meeting with a lover or a relaxing moment after a meeting, DUKES Bar provides the setting for an unforgettable experience.

Photo by Dukes London

No. 62

Angel's Share

(New York/USA)

Angel's Share is a speakeasy cocktail bar that was founded in 1993 in the East Village, New York City. This elegant drink parlour focuses on efficiency, quality, and execution of craft cocktails using Japanese influence and global ingredients.

No. 63

The Baxter Inn

(Sydney/Australia)

The Baxter Inn is a classic whisky bar located in downtown Sydney.  Located in the basement of a building in a laneway off Clarence Street, this drinking den is surprising for the first time visitor.

They specialise in the fine world of scotch whisky and good times. We play blues, serve single malt and have a blast.  

No. 64

Speak Low

(Shanghai/China)

Speak Low, established since 2014, is one of the well-known speakeasy cocktail bars in Shanghai. On the ground floor is OCHO – a boutique supply store for the bar industry. Hidden in this room, there’s a secret path to the bars. The lower bar has a kind of downtown New York feel – the kind of place you’d find in the East Village or Brooklyn. With a copper bar top, and floral-print ceiling. The second bar is slower paced and probably a bit more refined, closer to London in style than the lower-tier bar.

No. 65

Nightjar

(London/UK)

Nightjar’s reputation for breathing new life into forgotten cocktails and bringing fresh perspective to classic recipes and presentation is world renowned. Alongside the cocktail menu is an extensive spirits list (including vintage spirits), a menu of tapas and sharing plates, and a nightly schedule of the very best vintage jazz, blues, ragtime, and swing that London has to offer.

Photo by Jérome Courtial

No. 66

Baccano

(Rome/Italy)

Taking inspiration from the best International examples, Baccano combines the intriguing allure of a Parisian bar from the early 20th century, with the contemporary style of a New York restaurant. Serving classic Italian apertivo cocktails as well as signature drinks and fabulous Italian food, has made Baccano a must-visit in Rome.

No. 67

Satan's Whiskers

(London/UK)

We are just a simple neighbourhood cocktail bar specialising in great drinks, great service and great hiphop. Not much else needs to be said! 

No. 68

The Pontiac

(Hong Kong/China)

The Pontiacisa rock ‘n’ roll craft cocktail barhelmed by Beckaly Franks, the first female mixologist to win the prestigious 42 BelowCocktail World Cup. The Pontiac is aninclusive collaboration between bar and guest. Inspired by the neighbourhood watering holes of Portland, Brooklyn and San Francisco, The Pontiac is focused on inclusivity and community.

Photo by Talia Goodwin

No. 69

Bar Trench

(Tokyo/Japan)

Bar Trench opened in 2010 in a back-alley close to Ebisu station. “TRENCH” means a long narrow hole dug in the ground as a protection for soldiers. and so this is a bar where you restore your energy. They take great pride in mixing drinks by getting caught up on the details, the way they serve and a sense of fun. You might be surprised at their huge selection of world’s herb liqueurs and rare bottles. Especially, when it comes to bitters, they have the largest collection in Japan.

No. 70

Employees Only

(New York/USA)

In 2004, Employees Only began as a speakeasy in the heart of the West Village, created by five bar industry friends to fill a void in the after-hours scene. With an innate inclination for warm hospitality and playful, high-spirited service, they aimed to serve flawlessly executed cocktails and delicious, elevated food within one beautiful space and without pretense. Employees Only became a second home to guests who found themselves transported to another era as they indulged in a late New York night.

Photo by Emilie Baltz

No. 71

The Court

(Rome/Italy)

It opened in July 2019. From its lounges it's possible to admire the Colosseum. The Court is located inside the seventeenth-century Palazzo Manfredi, in this Hotel Bar with an international concept it is easy to forget that you are in Rome. To the killer panorama must be even added a strong bar program made up of surprising cocktails resulting from creativity and modern technologies, the mix is completed with the final ingredient that is the great hospitality, present in every gesture and attention of the crew.

Photo by Alberto Blasetti

No. 72

Mace

(New York/USA)

Mace was opened by traveling mixologist
Nico de Soto and Cocktail Kingdom's
Greg Boehm in 2015 in the East Village of NYC. Designed as a modern spice shop,
it focuses on spices gathered by both owners from their travels around the world.

Photo by Melissa Hom

No. 73

Candelaria

(Paris/France)

Opened in 2011, Candelaria combines Paris’ first authentic Mexican taqueria with a world-class cocktail bar specialising in agave spirits. The taqueria offers traditional Mexican tacos in a warm and convivial atmosphere, while the cocktail bar has been recognised globally as a top destination. It is a personal and unique meeting place where one can enjoy unexpected concoctions that highlight the beauty of the craft cocktail scene, prepared by their passionate and professional team.

No. 74

El Copitas

(St Petersburg/Russia)

El Copitas Bar is a small mexican place in the very heartbeat of Saint-Petersburg that is really hard to find without a booking call and with the collection of unique spirits and cocktails. Every weekend we update food and drinks. Here you can always eat tacos, churros, nachos and Mexican posole soup. A special feature of the cocktail menu is the constant search for new and relevant ingredients. Our Mexican bar in the heart of the bar-route of St. Petersburg has long been included in the list of obligatory visiting places of the Northern Capital.

No. 75

Super Lyan

(Amsterdam/The Netherlands)

Super Lyan opened in Amsterdam this year. In bringing Super Lyan to Amsterdam, Mr Lyan (Lyaness, Lyan Cub) focused on a signature approach to playful yet sophisticated cocktails. Loving the history-rich, inclusive and hospitable capital, Dutch ingredients formed the basis for Super Lyan. With its colourful design, perfectly fine-tuned cocktails (also on draught!) and all day brunch & bar bites, Super Lyan is an eclectic living room with a relaxed garden space, and come evening, a bustling dedicated cocktail bar.
Photo by Kipmton de Witt

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