Las Palmas Presents Cocktails in 60s Hollywood Fashion

Las Palmas Presents Cocktails in 60s Hollywood Fashion
Las Palmas Presents Cocktails in 60s Hollywood Fashion
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Wanna enjoy a sip of 60s-style Hollywood glamour and fashion?

Las Palmas has recently presented an unparalleled package of a fresh repertoire of cocktails by Head Bartender Ron Aransay that retells the glamour of 60s Hollywood. Known for its Palm Springs inspired aesthetic with a rose-tinted tropicality, Las Palmas is a poolside oasis made for laid-back getaways against glorious panoramic views away from usual nightlife spots, atop the 33rd floor of Courtyard by Marriott by Singapore Novena.

Las Palmas Singapore
Glorious drinks, food, and views at Las Palmas.

Divided across 4 categories, Modernist, Vinyl, Hollywood, and Getaway, the cocktail menu features 12 new tipples alongside 4 cocktails retained as signatures. Conceived by Head Bartender Ron, the menu references 60s iconography spanning art movements, pop culture, celebrities, and venues, and is primed to elevate the vibe at Las Palmas.

Las Palmas Hollywood-Inspired Cocktails
Left to Right: Mr Booze, The Racquet Club, Volare, and Sultan of Swing.

Modernist

Inspired by Andy Warhol’s visit to San Francisco, Go Nude (SGD 29) cites the artist’s bold proclamation of artistic nudity through a playful highball that blends Ford’s Gin with muddled strawberries, raspberry liqueur, and a touch of creamy strawberry yoghurt.

Recalling vibrant concept advertisements in the 60s, guests can also opt for the peaty yet refreshing Nifty Fifties (SGD 27), where aged Japanese whisky mingles with cachaça, dragon fruit syrup, and a splash of hibiscus tea. This perfection is garnished with a rice paper logo.

Vinyl

Sultan of Swing (SGD 23) pays homage to Frank Sinatra’s favourite whisky – Chivas Regal 12 – in an OldFashioned-styled drink stirring coffee, spiced apple honey, and banana that culminates into a warm and spirit-forward choice that always hits the spot.

Mr Booze (SGD 25), on the other hand, honours Bing Crosby with its blend of white and dark rum, elevated with yuzu and shiso to deliver a light-hearted number that befits the namesake hit.

Hollywood

Channelling the smooth stylings of jazz singer Peggy Lee in a drink, Peggy (SGD 25) is a reimagination of Margarita with its twist of mezcal and osmanthus that is at once bright, delicate, and smoky.

Volare (SGD 26), a homage to the beloved Dean Martin hit, presents an elegant twist on Fino Martini where gin harmonises with the herbal nuances of Cocchi Americano and Fino Sherry Manzanilla. This is special concoction for those who veer toward dry and punchy profiles.

Getaway

Celebrating the godfather of Tiki culture is Donn Beach (SGD 23) with its Mai Tai-inspired combination of white rum, Calpis and nutty notes derived from hazelnut and orgeat to ease drinkers into a laidback mood.

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For something more spirit-forward, The Racquet Club (SGD 25) captures the iconic hangout spot for elites in the 60s with a fruity and floral Negroni variant accented with raspberry gin and homemade roselle tea vermouth.


For the Full Cocktail and Beverage Menu, please visit: https://www.laspalmasbar.com/our-menus.


Las Palmas Classic Americanah Grub With Asian Stylings

Perfect for date nights or lively group hangouts, the food menu at Las Palmas plates up quintessential Californian favourites with an Asian kick.

Those with peckish demands can order Lite Eats including Jazzy Fries (SGD 15) peppered in Cajun seasoning, Fiery Chicken Little (SGD 18) for garlic and Szechuan red pepper tossed popcorn chicken, and Mucho Lacho Nachos (SGD 28) that heaps nachos with a load of melted cheese, chilli con carne, and Mexican fix-ins.

Highlight Mains like Clock Out Cluck In (SGD 28) is the ultimate American decadence with its stack of buttermilk chicken, sunny-side-up, and spicy-sweet syrup atop fermented malt waffle. Rice N’ Wok (SGD 25) keeps it local with an elevated take on the classic fried rice dish with juicy shrimp.

Great for sharing, taco trios come in vegetarian, meat, and seafood variants such as Tempeh-rary Gardener (SGD 18) with its wedge of tempeh, tofu and savoury peanut sauce. Or Down By The Docks (SGD18) that dresses battered black grouper with guacamole, salsa, and hot sauce.

Carnivores will absolutely love Ribs (SGD 23), which comes glazed in Singapore chilli (Tropical Heat) and bourbon barbecue (Smoky Paradise) paired with coleslaw. Not forgetting the perennial sliders, Juicy Kiss (SGD 25) offers a hearty bite of smoked Angus beef brisket, oozy cheese, and caramelised onions between sourdough slabs. Shrimply Satisfying (SGD 26) is shrimp heaven with tempura-battered shrimps encased in a butter roll.

Finally, for desserts, Banana Drama (SGD 15) lives up to its name with an over-the-top salted egg sundae with caramel popcorn, Kopi-O Gau crumble, and a banana toffee drizzle. While Churro-rific (SGD 16) retains the classic treat alongside salted peanut butter and kaya for a local flair.

Happy Hours at Las Palmas

Perfect for post-work crowds and those looking for a poolside hangout, the Las Palmas team has put together a line-up of promotions across the week. Furthering options beyond the regular happy hour, day-specific programmes such as Tap Beer Tuesdays and Margaritas & More Wednesdays offer guests more reasons to pass up the crowded city centre and make their way up top for conducive get-togethers.

Las Palmas Happy Hour Promotions
Las Palmas happy hour deals and promotions.

More information at https://www.laspalmasbar.com/. For reservations, please visit https://www.bit.ly/BookLasPalmas .



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