Cocktail deliveries and takeaways
Nothing quite comes close to catch-ups with friends over drinks at the bar, or a celebratory pint with colleagues after clinching a client or closing a campaign. For a virtual toast or a thoughtful boozy gift for a loved one, these cocktail deliveries and takeaways in Singapore will keep friends and family in high spirits from the comfort of their homes.
For TGIFs at home with the family, you can still order in everything from highballs to mojitos and be your very own bartender. Read on to find out where to order from.
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1. The Spiffy Dapper – live bespoke cocktails & Zoom masterclass
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Can’t decide among Gin, Whiskey or Bourbon? Have them all instead, with The Spiffy Dapper’s Cocktail Kits ($199), which include booze, bitters and garnishes for up to 15 drinks. They’ll even throw in ice cubes and a Zoom or WhatsApp call to guide you through the DIY bartending process.
For a romantic date night at home, opt for their Bespoke Cocktails ($48) that come in pairs and are made live over a Facebook stream to make you feel like you’re actually at the bar, before they’re delivered over to you within the hour.
If you miss conversations with their friendly staff, you can even hop on a Zoom Masterclass ($75) with a member of their team to make cocktails together during this circuit breaker!
The Spiffy Dapper Address: 73 Amoy Street, Second Floor, Singapore 069892 Opening Hours: Order any time before 10PM for same-day delivery. Available daily. Self pick-up or delivery: Order online from their website Delivery fees: Free islandwide delivery
2. Jigger & Pony – classic cocktails with charcuterie and dessert
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Although we can’t toast with our friends IRL, here’s the next best thing. Jigger & Pony is delivering a whole host of classic cocktails for sticklers who appreciate a tried-and-trusted tipple. Available in 500ML bottles, you’ll get to pick from their bittersweet PONY Negroni ($74), Old Fashioned ($76) or opt for something mellower like the PONY Chocolate Boulevardier ($78).
To zhng the experience, your cocktails are available with garnishes, and you can also get Clear Cut Artisan Cubes ($8 for a pack of 4). You can also opt for more creative concoctions available at Jigger & Pony’s sister bars, including the Lobster Bloody Mary ($35) from Humpback and a Sicilian Spritz ($30) from Caffe Fernet.
You can also complete your experience with grazing charcuterie platters (from $24) featuring burrata, uni, cheese and aged parma ham, or desserts like their Peanut Butter Bar ($14) and Tres Leches Cake ($12) that features honey, pineapple and cinnamon.
Jigger & Pony Address: 8-20 Bukit Pasoh Road, Singapore 089834 Opening Hours: 12PM – 9PM, Daily Self pick-up or delivery: Order online from their website Delivery fees: $8 islandwide delivery. Free delivery on all orders above $150.
3. Atlas Bar – same/next day islandwide deliveries
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Part of the Atlas Bar experience is being surrounded by its regal, IG-worthy interior at Parkview Square, most recently also seen in an episode of Westworld. But while it’s closed for indoor hangs at the moment, you can bring home the booze instead.
Favourites like the Pêche Milk Punch and ATLAS Negroni ($21 each) are available in bottle form for takeaway and delivery orders, or get a Three Cocktail Flight from $60. You can even top up the amount to 250ML or 500ML each for an additional fee.
They also do same or next-day deliveries in case you need them urgently for a last-minute party with the fam.
Atlas Bar Address: Parkview Square, 600 North Bridge Road, Singapore 188778 Opening Hours: 12PM-9PM, Daily Self pick-up: Order online at their website. Available 12PM-9PM, Daily. Delivery: Order online here. Available 12.30PM-9PM, Mon-Sat. Delivery fee: $15
4. Native – local flavours and free delivery
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Those looking for more unique flavours of cocktails, here’s some good news. Native bar offers cocktails in 500ML bottles available for takeaway and delivery, filled with Asian influences that include the Peranakan; a pandan-infused rum mix, and Chasing The Dragon; a gin-based refreshment with Kombucha.
Each bottle starts from $48, and can last for about 3-4 glasses – just nice for occasional indulgences throughout the CB period. The best part: they deliver islandwide at no additional cost!
NativeAddress: 52A Amoy Street, Singapore 069878 Opening Hours: 3PM-9PM, Daily Self pick-up and delivery: Order from their website. You can also call or Whatsapp 8869 6520, email [email protected] or DM them via Instagram. Delivery fee: Free. Expedited delivery at $15.
5. The Old Man Singapore – includes garnishes and ice cubes
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The Old Man Singapore has eight of their cocktails (from $38) available for takeaway and delivery, which include classics like Clear Old Fashioned, along with curious creations like A Moveable Feast that features spiced cherry tomato, coconut and oyster leaves. They provide garnishes as well and clear ice cubes upon request to help you reenact the actual bar experience at home.
These cocktails also last up to two weeks from the date of collection as long as you store them in the fridge, so there’s no harm in stocking up on more.
The Old Man Singapore Address: 55 Keong Saik Road, #01-04, Singapore 089158 Opening Hours: 12PM-10PM, Daily. Self pick-up and delivery: Order via their website or call 6909 5505 15 minutes in advance. Available between 12PM-9.30PM. Delivery fee: $15 islandwide delivery
6. Ah Sam Cold Drink Stall – special cocktail of the week
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If you’re in need of some bar bites to accompany your drinking session at home, Ah Sam Cold Drink Stall has them all – from Oyster Omelette ($10) to Har Cheong Gai Chicken Karaage ($8) too. Get them delivered together with their famous localised cocktails like Tak Qiu (Milo Bourbon) and Ju Hua Cha (Ginseng Chrysanthemum Gin) in 250ML bottles ($58) that works out to three servings.
On top of that, they also have the ASCDS Special Of The Week, where a limited flavoured cocktail is released for the week and announced on their Instagram page so you’ll always have something to look forward to.
Ah Sam Cold Drink Stall Address: 12 Haji Lane, Singapore 189205 (Delivery only) Opening Hours: 12PM-10PM, Daily Delivery: Order via their website between 12PM-9.30PM. Delivery fee: $10. Free delivery for orders $75 and above.
7. The Secret Mermaid – bespoke cocktails from $20
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The Secret Mermaid boasts more affordable cocktails from just $20 for two pax, so you can pair up with the fellow drinker in the fam without putting a dent in your savings accounts.
The Secret Mermaid’s signature cocktail Oh Chrys, Yuzu Fine, which contains chrysanthemum gin and yuzu sake. Image credit: The Secret Mermaid
Their Mezcal Margarita ($28) is a classic mix of Mezcal, Cointreau and lime juice, and you can even add on a selection of Ramona flavoured spritzes for a fizzy delight. A more unconventional choice? The Sandor ($25) – inspired by the Game of Thromes character Sandor Clegane, that packs a beast-like vodka punch beneath an easy-to-drink blend of aperol and citrus.
The folks at The Secret Mermaid can even customise a bespoke cocktail especially for you just by letting them know your preferences!
The Secret Mermaid Address: 111 Middle Road, 01-05 National Design Centre, Singapore 188969 Opening Hours: 4PM-12AM Self pick-up, drive-thru or delivery: Order via their website. 2-hour notice required for same-day takeaway or delivery. Delivery fee: $15
8. Employees Only – 8 cocktail selections to choose from
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Packaged into 350ML bottles, Employees Only has their range of 8 cocktails from Manhattan to Cold Brew Martini to pick from at $50 each. To tide you through staying home, opt for their Flight of 3 ($135) or Flight of 5 ($200) packages, which all come with essential garnishes and ice.
Employees Only Address: 112 Amoy Street, Singapore 069932 Opening Hours: 12PM – 10PM, Daily Self pick-up: Order from their website. Delivery: Order from their website. Delivery fee: $10
9. Kiki’s Reserve – gift boxes with personalised message & paper straws
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The brainchild of popular haunts Hopheads Bar and The Oyster Bank, Kiki’s Reserve is a bottled cocktail delivery service. Choose to booze up with options like the bestselling Kiki’s Lavender Raspberry Gin (From $20) or invent and name your very own Bespoke Cocktails (From $26) for a one-of-a-kind gift. Cocktails might be their speciality, but they also have complementary food choices like Chocolate Cookies ($4.90) and Cheese Boxes (from $45).
If you’re looking to surprise that special someone with a penchant for alcohol for a birthday or anniversary celebration apart, snag their Exclusive Travel Set (From $89) that contains three or four bottles in a gift box, complete with paper straws and a personalised message. These limited edition cocktails are inspired by destinations like Los Angeles, Santorini, Shanghai and Tokyo – a great way to set your wanderlust free.
Take note that if you want them to rush to deliver by the next day, orders must be placed by 8PM.
Note: Kiki’s Reserve does deliveries only.
Kiki’s Reserve Opening Hours: Order any time before 8PM for next day delivery. Available daily. Delivery: Order from their website. Delivery fee: $15. Free delivery for orders $150 and above.
Drink at home with cocktail deliveries and takeaways
Drinking at home might not feel exactly the same as at the bar, but with these cocktail deliveries and takeaways available, they’ll help a tad bit to bring that beloved bar atmosphere to us in the comfort of our own homes.
With countless options like bespoke cocktails to gift sets and even punch bowls for virtual hangouts, at least we can drink to that, for now.
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Original article published on 28th Apr 2020. Last updated by Ian Ling on 8th June 2021. Cover image credit: Humpback, Kiki’s Reserve