After more than a few months of staying home due to quarantine, I finally got to go out again. Nothing compares to the feeling of spending Friday nights out and about in a bar at Sentosa with my girlfriends, getting dressed and going out, chilling, digging out our best glasses, and not worrying about work the next day! It was definitely a fun night to remember!
A party will not be complete without some spirits! If you are heading to an outdoor bar in Singapore, here are a few recommendations and refreshing drinks that work as an absolute thirst-quencher during night outs.
Never miss out on a piña colada when you’re in an outdoor bar in Singapore. Some notes that I tasted were liquor, pineapple juice, coconut, and lime. This tropical cocktail consists of the perfect balance of tart fruit sweetness, sour, crisp rum, and woody.
My second glass of liquor was a margarita, and it definitely was one of the bombs! Drinking this cocktail in a bar at Sentosagives off the impression that I’m a crowd-pleaser. It has the perfect combination of tangy, sweet, and intoxicating flavours from lime, orange, and tequila.
I’ve been an avid fan of drinking a mojito whenever I head to Siloso and drink at a beach bar. What a spot-on thirst-quenching drink! It incorporates a good balance of lime, mint and sugar, perfect for drinkers looking for light-hearted savours.
Ending the night in a dimly lit room, dancing gracefully with throwback hip-hop jams blasting and inhaling cigarette smoke while drinking a daiquiri in a bar at Sentosa made me feel the world! This staple drink is famous for a good reason. It tastes fruity and friendly with a tangy kick.
If you head to a bar at Sentosa, never forget to order a martini! Ah, this drink has got to be the second on my list of favourites. It has the best balance between gin and dry vermouth and can taste dry but sweet. This classic cocktail is one of my go-to’s when I want to drink and dance but not get wasted. It is also becoming my usual order when I want to look fancy while drinking.
When I ordered this cocktail at an outdoor bar in Singapore, the bartender told me this line, ‘If you can’t get to paradise, I’ll bring it to you’ and handed me a glass of Zombie. Some notes I tasted on my first sip were cinnamon, fresh grapefruit juice, and rum.
Are you planning to skip alcohol when going to a bar at Sentosa? I suggest drinking a mocktail instead. The Shirley Temple is a bright-red classic mix of ginger ale, lime, grenadine, and lemon topped with maraschino cherries.
If you desire an al fresco setting to enjoy quiet nights and long talks with your girlfriends, a glass of rosé wine can be your company when you’re at an outdoor bar in Singapore.
If you’re in Siloso and heading to a beach bar,try these recommendations at Bikini Bar and let me know which ones are your faves!