Hide and Seek Cocktail | Courtesy of Hide and Seek
Ever thought of sipping your drink from a sea shell? Or perhaps a mini tub? Well you can at Bellboy. This one-of-a-kind cocktail bar is located at the boutique Hotel Berdichevsky, whose take on food is rather extraordinary. From classic drinks with a twist to unique and modern cocktails- creativity thrives here. This cozy spot is ideal for a romantic night, characterized by its 1920s style, carefully chosen design, and well dressed bartenders.
If you’re looking for professionals in the art of mixology, go for drinks at Hide and Seek. Visitors can spend the night at the bar’s hidden garden as they sip away from the city’s finest drinks. The menu offers 12 speciality cocktails which change with the season. For guaranteed satisfaction, order one of their tasty finger foods. With a trendy atmosphere and even trendier menu, this place will leave you with a taste for more.
Imperial Craft Cocktail Bar is dedicated to the ‘lost art of the cocktail.’ The bar design is inspired by the European colonies of South East Asia and aims to resemble a European owned hotel in India or Vietnam. Choose from over 150 custom-tailored cocktails. Try the fruity drink, Clover Club, which is a variation on the 1917 classic. The ingredients include Tanqueray ten Gin, house strawberry syrup, lemon juice and egg white.
The bar at Concierge serves high quality food, wine, and of course – cocktails. Guests feel as if the waiters are their personal concierge as they order their choice of fancy drink. Original and creative cocktails can be found here: try the East Indie Cocktail served in a boot shaped cup.
Aria boasts a bar on the first floor and a restaurant on the second. The haut cuisine is created by talented young chef, Guy Gamzo and there are many designer cocktails to choose from. One worth ordering is the Bee’s Knees, an Appelton Reserve rum mixed with butter, honey, orange juice, and lemon. Don’t miss out on the bar’s live jazz show which takes place on Saturdays.
Spicehaus is designed like a medicine lab from the early 20th century, where guests drink from lab flasks. Waiters wearing doctors’ robes and a unique pharmacy themed interior completes this experience. The innovative drinks come in various sizes.