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No. 76
Black Pearl
(Melbourne/Australia)

Black Pearl continues to deliver the same hospitality, enthusiasm and dedication to their guests and cocktails as they did when they opened their doors 18 years ago. This neighbourhood bar has been at the forefront of customer service and cocktail innovation, becoming an icon of the Australian bar scene.. 

Photo by Bottlecapps

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No. 77
Amor y Amargo
(New York/USA)

Amor y Amargo focuses solely on stirred cocktails that feature amari and bitters. This small space is inviting and intimate and also offers guests the opportunity to purchase bitters, cocktail books and barware. 

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No. 78
Bar Trigona
(Kuala Lumpur/Malaysia)

Welcome to Bar Trigona, where in-the-know KL residents and Four Seasons travelers' rendezvous for exceptional cocktails and sweeping city views. Bar Trigona’s hyper-local sensibility finds inspiration in the botanical abundance of Malaysia, sourcing many of its ingredients directly from small farmers. Crafted by a team of exceptional bartenders, our drinks come with intriguing stories – such as the tropical origins of our small-batch Trigona honey.  Bar Trigona is also leading the charge to protect endangered bee populations.

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No. 79
Dr. Stravinsky
(Barcelone/Spain)

Dr.Stravinsky is a craft cocktail bar located in the narrow streets of the Born area of Barcelona. They use different techniques to develop their products (redistillation, maceration, fermentation) to create the raw materials for all their drinks and allow them to control the products 100%. The two level interior is reminiscent of an old apothecary mixed with a laboratory where herb-filled glass jars, bubbling flasks and test tubes adorn the space and create the perfect ambiance.

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No. 80
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

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No. 81
Boadas
(Barcelona/Spain)

Boadas Cocktails is a very old cocktail bar in the main center of Barcelona. Boadas was open in 1933 by Miguel Boadas (the pupil of Constante Ribalaigua at “El Floridita” in Cuba in the early 20’s) Miguel and his daughter, Maria Dolores Boadas, and now Jeronimo, worked together for 87 years to keep alive the soul of American Bars and the spirit of the authentic cocktails. Full of history and beloved by writers, painters and poets... our guests “The Boaditas” always come to visit us from around the globe and of course mostly our locals to enjoy the experience of crossing doors and make a trip back to better times at the 30’s or the 40’s...

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No. 82
PRESIDENTE
(Buenos Aires/Argentina)

Located in a stunning iconic building of the cosmopolitan streets of Buenos Aires, PRESIDENTE is a glamorous place for day and nightlife lovers. A bright backlit bar, high ceilings, original elegant features; The bar is internationally famous for its extravagant cocktails created by Seba García, and also recognized for its venerable liquor collection and the showcasing of Argentine food and the country's best wines. PRESIDENTE is a destination to savor, as the night unfolds and the bar reacts at full speed.

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No. 83
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.

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No. 84
Flying Dutchmen Cocktails
(Amsterdam/The Netherlands)

The Netherlands bartenders Tess Posthumus and Timo Janse recently opened their first
cocktail bar, Flying Dutchmen Cocktails. The location was found in the Odeon, a national Dutch monument at Singel 460 in the heart of Amsterdam. Flying Dutchmen Cocktails focusses on (neo-)classic cocktails, drinks education and the creation of a true cocktail culture in the Netherlands. Flying Dutchmen teaches their guests and the bar industry something about bartending, about the stories behind the spirits, about existing recipes and about the bartenders who created these classic cocktails.

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No. 85
The Wise King
(Hong Kong/China)

The Wise King celebrates an age of indulgence in food and drinking, the 13th century was a time of reverence towards the Wise - King Alfonso X of Castile. A modern classic bar that seeks to embody the opulence fit for a king, the bar is the perfect destination for socializers, global explorers, and drinkers who wish to embark on a beautiful journey with delicious tapas and delightful mixes. The bar is helmed by the duo of Sandeep Kumar & Sandeep Hathiramani.

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No. 86
The Everleigh
(Melbourne/Australia)

A night at The Everleigh is a unique Melbourne experience. After entering through an American diner, walking down a dim-lit hallway and climbing a few stairs, you are whisked back in time to a bar reminiscent of the golden era, dedicated to classic cocktails and service, where people are put before drinks.

Photo by Gareth Sobey

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No. 87
SCHOFIELD'S BAR
(Manchester/UK)

With over 25 years of experience collectively, bartender brothers Joe and Daniel Schofield always had a vision to return to their home city of Manchester to open their eponymous venue; SCHOFIELD’S BAR. It graces the corner of Sunlight House. The art deco masterpiece of architect Joseph Sunlight was the tallest building in Manchester upon completion during the 1930s, a decade of great importance for cocktail culture. An era of grand and luxurious bars, known for their hospitality and classic cocktails.

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No. 88
Darkside
(Hong Kong/China)

DarkSide, at Rosewood Hong Kong, is a sophisticated, timeless celebration of rare aged spirits, vintage cigars and confident classic cocktails complemented by sultry live jazz. The dark spirits selection spans back to the early 19th century and includes exclusive casks of single harvest tawny port from 1994 and Grande Champagne cognac aged in oak, as well as an extensive library of choice rum, whisky and calvados. The concise cocktail list pays homage to Kowloon's "Dark Side" moniker and focuses on time-honoured traditions updated with innovative techniques.

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No. 89
BKK Social Club
(Bangkok/Thailand)

Separated by half a world, yet united by a passion for life, good times, and great drinks, BKK Social Club, in the Four Seasons Hotel, raises a toast to the legendary glamour of Buenos Aires with bespoke cocktails, craft spirits and the finest cigars in a stylish, social ambience. At the helm, innovative Beverage Manager Philip Bischoff shares the artistry of mixology with cocktails that reflect the typical drinking culture of South America combined with local Thai touches.​

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No. 90
Caprice Bar
(Hong-Kong/China)

Caprice Bar is a stylish and discreet bar adjacent to the Michelin three starred Caprice restaurant in the Four Season Hotel in Hong Kong. Overlooking Victoria Harbour, the bar is an intimate gathering spot perfect for individuals, couples or groups, offering France’s most revered wines, regional cocktails and famed artisanal cheeses.

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No. 91
Dead End Paradise
(Beirut/Lebanon)

Dead End Paradise is an hedonist Asian Middle Eastern tiki dive bar, that may not exist tomorrow, constructed 500m away directly from the Beirut explosion site. Located in an actual dead end, It is their positive, aka "no one can beat us down" self expression. Taking inspiration from the west coast independent, free thinking skateboarder lifestyle, Dead End Paradise aims to generate new energy into the local bar scene with creative Asian Middle Eastern tiki cocktails, playful Asian street comfort food and all around hedonist party vibe. 

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No. 92
Super Lyan
(Amsterdam/The Netherlands)

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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No. 93
Bisou
(Paris/France)

At Bisou, they’ll never hand you a menu since they don't have one. Without a menu, you’re free to share with the bartenders your tastes, preferences, and even mood and they’ll craft you a bespoke cocktail based on all that with seasonal ingredients.
As true cocktail enthusiasts, they are very sensitive to the quality of the ingredients which is always seasonably dependent. They use exclusively fresh produce from France.

Photo by Ronan Le May

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No. 94
Live Twice
(Singpore City/Singapore)

Live Twice is single-mindedly focused on perfecting an iconic classic - the Vesper, served in a Kimura glass with just the right amount of ice shards to keep cool. Interior design fans will want to visit this establishment by the Jigger & Pony Group. Inspired by mid-century modern era Japan, the dreamy space invites guests to “live twice” while lounging in vintage Falcon chairs and enjoying the bar’s signature sandos.

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No. 95
Copperbay
(Paris/France)

Born of the desire to be transported in a space where one can indulge in the sweet reverie of sun-drenched beached and marine reflections, CopperBay oscillates between a sailing boat square lounge and a yacht club bar. The design is elegant, with a mix of copper and light wood and features masterpieces like the copper chandelier inspired by a sailing boat wheel.
The menu features cocktail creations, aperitifs like  the "mauresque", natural wine and some selected artisanal food for an elegant picnic.

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No. 96
Re-
(Sydney/Australia)

Re- is working with 8 prominent Sydney venues and suppliers who have separated food waste and by-products from the daily running of their businesses. They collect and repurpose these into ingredients for their cocktails. All other products are supplied from surplus fruit and vegetables from the Sydney Markets via the supplier, Sydney Direct. The aim is to grow this, so all hospitality venues across Sydney share waste and by-products and in turn give to other venues. Our goal is to to cut food waste by 80%. Waste Nothing, Taste Everything

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No. 97
Rabbit Hole
(Bangkok/Thailand)

Rabbit Hole is a place where people can enjoy themselves and get lost in time. Once you step in the hole, you tend to forget how long time has passed. The cocktails are very minimal on the look, garnish only as needed but are still serious about quality. Rabbits are very fun, loving, social animals. It represents the bar characters very well. The interior design is a combination of sleek and rustic along with red light behind the bar to intensify the adventurous feeling.

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No. 98
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.

Photo by Speak Low

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No. 99
Bar Raval
(Toronto/Canada)

In the neighbourhood of Little Italy, Bar Raval is a Barcelona-inspired pintxo 
bar with small plates to share and a variety of cocktails, beer, wine and fortified. It is famous for the shape of its counter and the interior design, even if there is a  patio outside where you can enjoy your drinks and food.

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No. 100
Ceresio 7
(Milan/Italy)

Ceresio7 is not just a fascinating rooftop location, filled with suggestive features, such as the skyline, the pools, the sophisticated furnishings and elements of design, but also a place where it is possible to enjoy craft cocktails of the highest quality, at any time of the day. Besides the great classics, which never fail to impress, there is also a contemporary approach to the art of drinking and bartending, with a profound vision and a careful attention to the latest novelties. The cocktail list includes both the Ceresio7 signature drinks as well as a selection of new creations in line with the season.