A whole week ahead with countless things to do. We’ve got plenty of options for fun you can do throughout the week so get your planners out and mark your calendars!
Johnnie Walker Blue Label Popup
If you’re traveling soon, pop by the luxurious whiskey brand popup in Changi Airport Terminal 3 departure hall just before flying.
Shoppers can sample their whiskies and personalize gift cards and luggage tags. You can also pre-order a bottle of whiskey and collect it at the popup.
Till 11 August. For more info check out their website.
10th World Oyster Festival at Greenwood Fish Market
The annual oyster festival returns at Greenwood Fish Market with 29 different varieties (the most ever) flown in from seven countries.
For one whole month, slurp their oysters offered in tasting platters (8 pairs for S$109.95) or pick and choose ones specifically from countries like France, Ireland, Japan and Canada.
The oysters are available for dine-in, takeaways and delivery at all Greenwood Fish Market outlets.
Till 31 July. For more info check out their website.
Aperol’s #JoinTheJoy Bar Crawl
Join Aperol on their bar crawl for the first two weekends of next month to enjoy their Aperol Spritz cocktail available at selected bars in Bayfront, Chinatown, East Coast and Riverwalk. The brand is celebrating its global marketing campaign in Italian fashion that involves plenty of sipping, socializing and snacking.
Tickets come with five Spritz and a vibrant goody bag you won’t miss.
Happening 2, 3, 9, 10 July. For more info check out their website.
KOBEPI delivers halal Japanese-inspired pizzas and pies
Feast on savory Japanese-inspired pizzas and pies made available to all. From the creator of the once popular Oishi Japanese Pizza restaurant, the halal-certified brand now introduces new flavors like mentaiko and wasabi seafood.
Open for delivery, pickups and takeaways 11am to 7pm Monday to Saturday; closed Sunday, Level 2, Aqueen Hotel Paya Lebar, 33 Jalan Afifi
Opus Bar and Grill launches free flow Sunday brunch
The steakhouse in Voco Orchard Singapore has launched its Sunday Brunch menu with a buffet featuring a spread of international cuisine and an option to keep the alcohol flowing.
Grab plates from the charcuterie plate, the cold seafood counter, the Japanese section serving sushi and sashimi, the French area with a foie gras station and an Italian counter with freshly cooked pasta.
Prices start at S$98 per adult and S$59 per child, or go for free flow alcohol packages like Prosecco, wine and beer for S$148, and the Champagne Laurent-Perrier Brut and access to a DIY Mojito bar for S$178.
Available every Sunday from 12:30pm to 3:30pm. Reservations can be made on their website.
“Muswell Hill” is a dark comedy play written by Torben Betts that takes place at a posh dinner party on the day after the devastating 2010 earthquake in Haiti. It juxtaposes that distant, real-world tragedy with the dinner party’s upper-middle-class attendees and the drama that ensues as the night wears on and scandals, jealousies and toxic relationships are exposed. It’s being put on in Singapore by local theater company Pangdemonium and led by director Timothy Koh.
Until 10 July at the Drama Centre Theatre. For tickets and showtimes go to the Pangdemonium website
Off / On: Everyday Technology that Changed Our Lives
See how far we’ve come with the tech we used to use back in the 70s to the 00s! A treasure trove of vintage memorabilia like early IBM and Apple computers, pagers and typewriters are being displayed all in one place. Even touching and pushing all buttons are encouraged.
Ways of Seeing exhibit at Mulan Gallery
The Ways of Seeing exhibit features contemporary illustrations from the past three years by artists Adeline Tan, André Wee, Soh Ee Shaun, Sonny Liew, Yi Xuan and Ronald Louis.
View works that depict our transformative world and lifestyles that have been overcome by the pandemic, while discovering a new appreciation for nature, a sustainable future and self-care. Only forward-looking works are showcased, with a focus on reflecting current concerns and themes in a period of uncertainty.
Until 16 July at Mulan Gallery, 36 Armenian Street, #01-07, Singapore 179934.
Many people consider paper to be a disposable material, its only real worth derived from the things written or drawn upon it. But in the right hands, paper can be manipulated into remarkable works of art all on its own. Superfluous Things is an exhibition featuring incredible paper-based creations from a number of artists such as Cheryl Teo’s Just a Little at a Time feautring dozens of whimsical, precisely constructed matchbox-sized sculptures, and Li Hongbo’s Land of Fairy Tales, a large scale installation featuring an imaginary map of the world with continents constructed from layers of paper meticulously glued together in a honeycomb-like structure.
Until 14 August at at Gallery 2 of the Singapore Art Musuem at Tanjong Pagar Distripark. For more information go to: https://www.singaporeartmuseum.sg/art-events/exhibitions/superfluous-things
Resorts World Sentosa’s Ocean Restaurant reopens
The underwater-themed dining spot is reopening with a new Michelin-star chef and seafood-focused menu. Dine in with the fishes again while being surrounded by views of S.E.A. Aquarium’s 40,000+ marine animals.
READ MORE: Dine with the fishes again at Sentosa’s Underwater Ocean Restaurant
Ocean Restaurant, open 11:30am to 3pm for lunch; 6pm to 10:30pm for dinner, Equarius Hotel
Little Farms opens in Tanglin Mall
The grocer that takes pride in catering all-natural and organic produce has opened a new flagship store in Tanglin Mall. The store is equipped with a butcher counter, deli counter, a department specially for cheese, a wine shop and an artisanal bakery in partnership with bakery Starter Lab.
There is also the brand’s dining spot where shoppers can enjoy a menu made with ingredients from the grocer with vegan and gluten-free options.
Little Farms, open daily 7:30am to 9:30pm, Tanglin Mall, 163 Tanglin Road
Amoy Street’s Flamingo launches Mediterranean menu
The bustling street coffee bar that encourages day drinking has launched a new Mediterranean food menu to accompany its chill seaside-themed space. Take a break from the financial hub’s chaotic mornings and chow on some pita bread with hummus dips, refreshing salads and heavy salmon lasagna while sipping on light cocktails and coffee made from Ethiopian and Brazilian beans.
Flamingo, Open 8am to 4pm Monday to Saturday; closed Sundays, 69 Amoy Street
My Selection opens at Farrer Park
A French and European furniture online store has opened its first-ever physical space at Farrer Park to drive Singaporeans away from same-old mainstream furnishings. Some iconic pieces of furniture and accessories might make your home look extra chic.
My Selection, Open 10am to 6pm Tuesday to Saturday; 11am to 5pm on Sunday, 2 Marne Road, #01-03
The Coconut Club launches new flagship on Beach Road
The Coconut Club (which we’re not affiliated with, though we certainly love the name!) recently opened their new flagship outlet on Beach Road, featuring their famously refined take on Nasi Lemak as well as some exciting new dishes like Gohu Ikan (a ceviche-like Indonesian dish consisting of yellowfish tuna cured in calamansi juice) and sharing plates like Iga Bakar (charcoal-grilled Australian beef short rib in the brand’s secret sauce, served with homemade sambal hijau and sambal balado). They take coconuts so seriously here that they’ve got a cold-press machine custom built by a Formula 1 engineer to squeeze the best milk out of theirs.
The Coconut Club, Open daily 8:30am to 10:30pm, 269 Beach Road