Cocktail: Bridge Of Glory
Inspired by: National Gallery Singapore’s City Hall Wing
City Hall, the former Municipal Building, opened in 1929 and has a long and colourful history. Completed in 1929, the building was constructed to house the Municipal Council and its various departments. It was later occupied by Japanese authorities during World War II, as well as government and ministry offices post-independence. In 1992, the City Hall and former Supreme Court buildings are declared national monuments. Today, City Hall forms one wing of the National Gallery Singapore, holding the historical City Hall Chamber that has hosted many significant events in Singapore's history.
Just like the iconic architecture, the Bridge of Glory cocktail is a tribute to the art of mixology, crafted with precision and care. Sip on history as you take in its majestic presence at Smoke & Mirrors.