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Halloween Specials at Marina Bay Sands: The Return of Adrift’s Masqued Ball and More


This October, Marina Bay Sands is setting the stage for a lineup of Halloween parties and limited time specials from their celebrity chef and signature restaurants! This season’s spooky offerings will come from Adrift by David Myers and LAVO Italian Restaurant and Rooftop Bar, while the all new Black Tap will be offering up a Halloween CrazyShake. The Junior Pastry Academy by db Bistro & Oyster Bar is also making its return with a junior masterclass where children can make their own goodies for trick or treating.

The Masqued Ball at Adrift by David Myers
26 October, 10pm till late


The Masqued Ball returns for its third edition on 26th October from 10pm till late at Adrift by David Meyers. In collaboration with French vodka brand Grey Goose, expect vodka specials all night long, while the restaurant will also be offering tasty bar snacks  such as the New England Lobster Roll with harissa sauce (S$8++) and Wagyu Cheeseburger with tomato jam, jalapeño and fries (S$28++) to pair with your drinks.

The Halloween Shake at Black Tap Singapore
27 – 31 October

Black Tap Singapore, best known for their giant, towering milkshakes embellished to the nines with sweets and more, has launched its first ever limited time themed special – The Halloween Shake. As expected for a Halloween themed treat, this is a feast for chocolate lovers, as the chocolate-based shake features a vanilla frosted rim plastered with candy corn, and is topped with a thematically appropriate ‘spider-web’ chocolate cupcake, white and orange twisty pop, orange rock candy, and a generous dollop of whipped cream with orange sprinklers and chocolate drizzle.

‘Halloween Fury’ at Bread Street Kitchen and Bar by Gordon Ramsay
31 October to 4 November


Yes, Gordon Ramsay is certainly known for his temper, but Bread Street Kitchen and Bar’s ‘Halloween Fury’ cocktails are certainly going to do quite the opposite of getting you mad. Check out drinks like the mysterious Dark Magic (S$19++) a vodka-based concoction with ginger beer, blackberries and a sprinkle of unicorn powder, as well as the gin-based De Ville’s Aperitif with Campari, sweet vermouth, blood orange and sloes (S$19++).

db Bistro & Oyster Bar by Daniel Boulud
27 October, 11am – 12.30pm

Here’s a treat for the little monsters: on 27 October, kids can come discover the joy of baking at db Bistro & Oyster Bar’s Junior Pastry Academy (S$105++ per child; additional adult and child at S$65++ and S$45++ respectively), as the masterclass series returns with the Halloween themed class featuring ‘Halloween Spooky Cupcakes’. It’s not just for kids though – parents can sip on champagne and savour light canapes as the children pick up baking tips from executive pastry chef Mandy Pan.

27, 31 October, 10pm till late


Spooky parties await revellers this Halloween at LAVO Singapore, as its weekly Saturday Soiree is about to bring you straight to a world of supernatural fun. Transforming into the Scare Factory, come be spooked by this dystopian playground as you groove to  ghoulish beats and tuck into Halloween treats, such as a chilling ice cream treat crafted to look uncannily like a human brain. Come dressed to terrify – the best dressed guest stands to win a prize.

The Bar at Waku Ghin presents Dessert Tasting menu
Every Sunday and Monday till 12 November


Waku Ghin presents an artful assemblage of brand new creations by executive pastry chef Yasushi Ishino  in a five-course dessert menu (S$68++). Look forward to dishes like the refreshing Shine Muscat Mojito, before indulging in the savoury Kougyoku Tarte Tatin with Miso ice cream. End off with a spectacular Chocolate with Caramel and Nespresso Master Origin Indonesia, where the rich velvety chocolate is paired with the rare wet-hulled Arabica coffee beans from Sumatra, known for its wildly aromatic character laced with notes of cured tobacco. 

Award-winning cocktail at Renku Bar & Lounge
1 to 31 October


Finally, set yourself a little tipple time and get up close and personal with bartender Sylvester Foo as he presents his award-winning cocktail Garden ‘Ci-Tea’ Sling (S$18++) at Renku Bar & Lounge. Crowned the winner of the ASEAN Bartenders Championship 2018 in August, Sylvester created a gin-based cocktail inspired by Singapore’s reputation as a garden city. The tipple features the unique botanicals of Hendrick’s Gin, with mellow notes of floral and fruit, vanilla, and strawberries. Fresh basil and mint from Marina Bay Sands’ in-house Herb Garden are also added to complete the refreshing concoction.

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