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Boozy brunches for indulgence post-CNY

Just in case you needed any more excuses to keep feasting and imbibing.

The conviviality of Chinese New Year, admittedly, isn’t for everyone. We can’t say the same about an endless supply of nibbles and nosh being forced into our willing hands though. Though the festive season’s over, breezy weekend brunches might just be in order.

All the good food and drink, minus the socialising with family and friends. After all, it’s been a good year since work-from-home and Zoom meetings replaced daily commutes.  Recapturing some of that peace only makes sense. Libations aplenty, to be drunk in the daytime with aplomb, serve to sweeten the deal just a touch further.

  • Sundays at ATLAS - Food and Drinks


    Since its opening four years prior, Atlas has consistently managed to snag accolades - including impressively high debuts on the World’s Best 50 Bars as well as Asia’s Best 50 Bars - while relentlessly lurching its way up said lists. It’s easy to see why - their catalogue of libations is more than impressive. 1,300 bottles of gin from across the globe are kept in a massive, eight-metre-tall monster of a centrepiece. A further 270-odd labels make up its selection of bubbly. All of this, and more, now available every second Sunday of the month. Look forward to free-flowing cocktails (and, optionally, free-flow Delamotte NV champagne) crafted by head bartender Jesse Vida and team while snacking on refined European bites. The saccharine affair concludes with sweet favourites like buttermilk panna cotta and carrot cake. The best part? No kids allowed.

    Parkview Square, 600 North Bridge Road. Tel: 6396-4466.


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