Experience The Gilded Age Of Cocktails At The St. Regis Bar Macao
New York, New York—this iconic city has inspired a great many artists, poets and writers drawn by its magnetic energy. But it is also the place where some of the world’s most famous cocktails were created; from the obvious, such as the Manhattan and the girly Cosmopolitan to those you may not have expected, such as the classic martini. And, of course, one of the most iconic cocktails in the world—the Bloody Mary—was invented at The St. Regis Hotel’s King Cole Bar in New York City, where it was first known as the Red Snapper.
In a beautiful tribute to the famed hotel’s roots, and its reputation as a cocktail trailblazer, The St. Regis Macao will be throwing back to the gilded age of New York City. This beloved metropolis is the inspiration behind the latest cocktail experience at The St. Regis Bar, a known destination for innovative mixology grounded in solid technique. Located on the first floor of the luxury hotel, The St. Regis Bar is a vision of understated glamour with its handsome leather furnishings and dazzling crystal light fixtures. Already a destination for cocktail connoisseurs, the bar is bringing a new level of indulgence with a new programme dedicated to the rich tapestry of New York City—celebrating its history of jazz music, indulgences, and iconic libations.
The roaring twenties will come to life at the bar each night, taking guests back on an auditory journey through one of the most important eras in the east coast city’s history, with sensational cocktails to match. These include the Bee’s Knees, originally a Prohibition-era cocktail, as well as the Hemingway, named for the famed American writer who was partial to a strong daiquiri. The New York cocktails are priced at MOP108 each (service charge and taxes not included), and drinkers can buy one to get one free for selected beverages on Thursday evenings from 6:00pm to 9:00pm.
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The St. Regis Bar, The St. Regis Macao, Estrada do Istmo, s/n, Cotai, Macau; +853 2882 8898