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No. 76
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. 77
Donovan Bar
(London/UK)

Residing in one of London's most iconic hotels, the

Donovan Bar has long been known as one of the most intimate and sophisticated drinking dens in the city playing host to gatherings of the most glamorous faces of Mayfair's elite fashion and art scene. Taking inspiration from the bar's namesake and close friend of the Forte family, the iconic 1960's photographer Sir Terence Donovan. The menu consists of 16 cocktails, carefully curated by world-renowned, master mixologist Salvatore Calabrese.

Photo by John Carey

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No. 78
Carico
(Milan/Italy)

With a Big focus on news and freshness in food and beverage carico is the constantly changing concept of new style about  casual drinking and eating.

A team that wants always cross the limits and put the guest at the very center of the experience.

With a new born time based side concept ( the martini room) they create a temple of the martini cocktail in Milan with a room of 7 sittings where you can travel while sitting being focused just on the experience.

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No. 79
Zapote Bar
(Playa de Carmen/Mexico)

Zapote Bar is our love letter to the Yucatán, paying homage to its heritage, culture, and people. Created and operated by Rosewood Mayakoba under the leadership of Director of Mixology, Joshua Monaghan, Zapote Bar is an internationally recognized destination for Yucatan-inspired craft cocktails and a celebration of hacienda culture and Mexican hospitality.

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No. 80
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. 81
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. 

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No. 82
Line
(Athens/Greece)

Line is approached with subversiveness

mood, emphasizing unexpected materials, unorthodox treatment and imaginative combinations. The creative team focuses on wine production from fruit, an alternative approach with great interest and scope for experimentation and creation. The equation does not lack beer production and bread, two products that open a wide field for testing new recipes, but also for exchanges of materials between them. Line methodically approaches fermentation and, at the same time, promises to handles as much as possible anarchically to continuously present the next step on his recipes.

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No. 83
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. 84
Bar Trench
(Tokyo/Japan)

In 2010, Bar Trench opened discreetly in a quiet back street of Ebisu. The small thirteen seats independently run DIY bar has been learning, growing and thriving. Improving step by step but surely with the principle "Bars enrich your life.

We combine precise, logical, detail focused Japanese style of bartending and creative western style of bartending. Hence it follows that Bar TRENCH is not a Japanese bar, it is a cosmopolitan bar where the locals and the people from all over the world gather.

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No. 85
Seed Library
(London/UK)

A Shoreditch bar from Mr Lyan and team with a focus on stripped back analogue forms – embracing natural variance and a maker's touch. You'll find this in our music, stylings, food and drinks.

Photo by Caitlin Isola

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No. 86
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. 87
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. 88
The Dead Rabbit
(New York/US)

Taking its name from an infamous street gang of the era, The Dead Rabbit is housed in a landmarked building dating back to 1828 in Lower Manhattan. The Dead Rabbit combines a first-story neighbourhood taproom serving craft beer, bottled punch and Irish whiskey, with a refined second-story cocktail parlour that offers 30 original cocktails. It has an extensive raw bar and dishes inspired by the British Isles, the locality and the era.

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No. 89
Callooh Callay
(London/UK)

Callooh Callay opened in November 2008. At the time, cocktail bars in Shoreditch were few and far between. We wanted to open a venue which delivered high quality drinks and service, but without any of the pretension that came along with those things in 2008. We also wanted to do things a little differently with our design and with our menus, for which we have become pretty famous.

In the 13 years which have followed, we've been very lucky to have made drinks for, and served, hundreds of thousands of guests.

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No. 90
The Cambridge Public House
(Paris/France)

Conceived in early 2019 The Cambridge Public House is in the Marais of Paris. Specialising in Cocktails, Home-made British Food and with a focus on quality products the aim is to bring a high standard of Pub to France. Combining the relaxed and friendly ambience of a Pub with the Service and Knowledge of a Cocktail Bar, The Cambridge is waiting to look after you.

Photo by Aron Farkas

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No. 91
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. 92
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. 93
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. 94
Charles H
(Seoul/Korea)

Tracing back to Charles H. Baker's epic travels in search of the perfect drink across eras and continents, this eponymous bar introduces a next-generation Speakeasy - setting the new standard in Seoul and beyond for its expertly curated list of spirits and top-notch bartending. With its decor, inspired by the intricate subtarranean spaces of 1920's and 1930's New York, Charles H. introduces a sense of exoticism, glamour and romance.

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No. 95
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. 96
Smoke & Mirrors
(Singapore City/Singapore)

Perched on the rooftop of the National Gallery Singapore, Smoke & Mirrors is known for its spectacular panoramic views of Singapore’s skyline and creative cocktails.

The destination rooftop bar elevates the cocktail experience by exploring classic drinks with experimental new twists. Expect innovative menu concepts driven by modern techniques and unique flavour combinations to artfully challenge perceptions.

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No. 97
Papa Doble
(Singapore City/Singapore)

Helmed by Managing Partner Andrew Yap, Papa Doble Singapore pays homage to Ernest Hemingway’s Pulitzer Prize-winning fictional work, through his nickname. In the spirit of Hemingway’s ingenuity, each cocktail is an experimental concoction exuding a distinctly Asian touch, combined with culinary techniques to enhance classic recipes.

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No. 98
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. 99
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. 100
Leyenda
(New York/US)

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.