SingJazz Club
Unwind over some live old-school tunes at Singapore's best jazz bars.
Project Acai
It comes in bowls and smoothies.
Grain Traders
Much needed nourishment after a busy morning.
Shabu Shabu Tajimaya at Japan Food Town
The Nippon food wave is hitting our shores, big time.
Orihara Shoten
Where to enjoy the ninhonshu.
Safra Mount Faber
When Wimbledon ends, continue the action on your own.
Red Eye Smokehouse
From Southern American brisket to good ol' yakiniku.
Pure Yoga Singapore
From the big names to boutique start-ups, there's a yoga studio out there for every Singaporean.
Little Island Brewing Co.
Fancy craft beers, humble home brews, raucous hipster haunts—beer lovers, take note.
The Projector. Photo credit: Philipp Aldrup
Bored of blockbusters? Head to these independent film houses instead.
Photo credit: Gordon Ramsay Group
Here's where to splash your next pay check. 
Photo credit: Autocutt Barber
Here’s where to get your pompadour without leaving your hood.
Iskina Cebu, photo credit: Timbre +
From Lucky Plaza favorites to a hip stall at Timbre +.
Photo by Jimmy Tan via Flickr
Every corner of the island has a story to tell.
Samy's Curry
Here's where you can wine and dine with your folks. 
Photo by Erwin Soo via Flickr
Motivation to wake up early tomorrow.
The Analog Vault
Here's to waxing lyrical, on wax.
Photo credit: Marklin Ang
Bored of making loops around your estate? Head for these scenic running routes instead. 
Chef Jason Tan
It doesn't have to be all about the foreign talent, Singapore's kitchen's have plenty of homegrown chefs who are just as good. 
Molly Malone's
For a little slice of Ireland.