Hottest bar openings in October 2018

Tuesday 6 November 2018 10:54am

London's latest Japanese-influenced cocktail hideout and a Singapore hotel bar offering unrivalled views both feature in our round-up of the hottest new drinking dens.

[caption id="attachment_705154" align="aligncenter" width="650"] Mo Bar at Singapore's Mandarin Oriental Hotel features in our list of hottest bar openings for October[/caption]

In a month that saw sushi restaurant and cocktail bar Sushisamba open its fifth site and Inception Group expand its portfolio of Around the World in 80 Days-themed venues, imbibers were also treated to a host of unique new concept bars that opened their doors as well.

In London, drinkers were given a new spot to get their G & Tea fix, while Arizonans gained another craft cocktail bar to explore.

Sushi restaurant and cocktail bar chain Sushisamba has opened the doors to its fifth venue, which has taken over the Opera Terrace atop Covent Garden's Market Building.

Ichibar has launched in London's Soho serving up an extensive list of Japanese whisky, gin, craft ale, sake and a selection of signature cocktails.

London bar operator Inception Group this month opened the doors to the latest site in its portfolio of Around the World in 80 Days-themed venues.

Teatulia has opened in London's Covent Garden offering imbibers in the capital a selection of tea-based cocktails and rare tea blends from all around the world.

The Mandarin Oriental hotel in Singapore has opened its latest bar concept, called Mo Bar.

Bulldog Bar, London

London dry gin brand Bulldog has opened a new gin bar inside London music venue Printworks.

The Bulldog Gin Bar features a host of Bulldog signature serves and hopes to enhance the brand's partnership with the world of music.

First opened in the early 1700s, the refurbished Duke of Hamilton will retain many of its historic features, including its iconic bar, while the new owners have put their modern take on a classic homely pub, with comfortable furniture, a relaxed atmosphere and contemporary touches.

Source: The Spirits Business