Dante In New York
Warm hospitality and a leisurely atmosphere make this all-day restaurant-bar in Greenwich Village the perfect interlude in a jam-packed New York itinerary. Blending classic Italian charm with a contemporary twist, patrons can work their way through a menu of Negronis while sampling refined aperitivos and larger plates. It is recommend you try the Garibaldi, a revitalized version of the classic cocktail made with Campari and orange juice.
Connaught Bar In London
Located in the iconic hotel of the same name, this much-lauded 1920s-style bar oozes timeless elegance with its candlelit tables, Cubist-inspired wood paneling, and muted gray bar. Under the expert leadership of esteemed mixologist Ago Perrone, the Connaught Bar serves its discerning guests artfully blended cocktails in a relaxed atmosphere. Tipples on offer include personalized Martinis and a menu of innovative creations like a Vesper, a punchy concoction served in special glasses that are hand-painted daily.
Floreria Atlantico In Buenos Aires
Add a fun surprise to a tour of South America with a stop at this speakeasy in Argentina’s vibrant capital. Passing through the non-descript door at a florist in the Retiro neighbourhood, unsuspecting visitors step into an achingly cool underground restaurant and lounge adorned with nautical murals in a nod to the nearby docks. This local favourite’s imaginative cocktail menu reflects the city’s multiculturalism, featuring heady creations from Italy, Spain, England, and France alongside refined sharing plates.
Atlas In Singapore
Atlas, a hard-to-get reservation, ultra-luxurious grand lobby and bar with Instagram-worthy Art Deco interiors (think Great Gatsby-esque gilded gold, plush velvet, and polished copper). Located in the iconic Parkview Square building, Atlas boasts the world’s largest gin library, featuring over 1,300 labels housed in an opulent three-story refrigerator. There’s also a dedicated Champagne room, where high-net-worth patrons can sample rare bottles from the billionaire owner’s private cellar.
Maybe Sammy In Sydney
Featuring 1950s Hollywood-inspired decor and a Rat Pack theme, the recently opened Maybe Sammy is inspired by iconic American singer Sammy Davis Jr. and its impressive menu features cocktails named after Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and famous locations on the Las Vegas strip. This swanky bar is a great addition to a Sydney itinerary, either to tuck into New York-style bagels during a daytime tour of the city or sip mini Martinis ahead of an evening at the opera.
Electric Bing Sutt In Beirut
The Lebanese capital Beirut is an energetic urban hub known for its delicious food and buzzing nightlife. The city’s beating heart, Gouraud Street, sits in the trendy Gemmayze neighbourhood and pulsates with lively bars including Electric Bing Sutt. This funky all-day venue effortlessly blends Asian and Middle Eastern vibes - neon interiors feature Chinese porcelain stools and retro chairs, complemented by boozy cocktails and authentic Asian food prepared by husband-and-wife duo mixologist Jad Ballout and talented cook Lynn Lin.
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