You’ll be, er, hooked on the seafood snacks and spirits from this pink-popped stalwart in no time. Nab a counter seat at the oyster bar, or sit alfresco to soak up the street-mos. Don't miss DJs spinning vinyl on weekends.
Shab-fab, character-packed, fern-strung watering hole with sheltered patio-balcony on the first floor of a refurb’d heritage block in Chinatown. Master-mixers pour faffy but tastefully embellished cocktails with a bent on pure spirits and farm-to-glass homegrown botanicals.
Named after The Savoy London's fabled female 'tail shaker Ada Coleman, this styley little alcove is treasured by those-in-the-know for its chilled atmos and zesty libations. Ask for the 'Koktel' menu, mixing local tinctures in coffee-shop-style glasses.
Stylistas saunter down the grand glass walkway for exquisite, snap-worthy craft 'tails, chic situ and chiselled crowd at this contempo lounger with sweet city vantages. Signature brassy accents come courtesy of copper connoisseur Tom Dixon.