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Atlas

Grand jazz age glamour based in a Lion City icon

Credit EK Yap/Atlas
Credit EK Yap/Atlas
Credit EK Yap/Atlas
Credit EK Yap/Atlas

Enjoying the grand space of the striking Parkview Square’s ground floor, Atlas brings inspired, romantic Art Deco flourishes to Singapore’s bustling Bugis neighbourhood. Hence the sweeping interiors and high ceiling, alongside chocolate-leather seats and Liberty London fabrics, designed to reflect not only the jazz age but the modern world too.

 

The bar’s long menu incorporates this vibe; themes such as “bright young things”, “lost generation” and “the artists” take in tipples called Young Churchill, The Art of Looking Sideways and Tamara in a Green Bugatti, to name just a few. The spacious Atlas – check out the multicoloured eight-metre gin tower too – provides a contrast to D.Bespoke, a bijou cocktail bar not far away in the city, and another venue proving the diversity of its mixology scene.

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