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Catch Them While You Can: Food & Drink Events in July 2018

Fill your foodie calendars with these food and drink events coming up in Singapore!

Working Class Coffee
2 July till end September, 8am-4pm
The Working Capitol

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Replacing 1KS by Park Bench Deli at The Working Capitol, this coffee tasting bar pop-up is bringing you a grind for the grind. For the next three months, rejoice in having this brew bar around for a caffeine fix throughout the work day. Roasted in-house, the Working Class Coffee beans are available in three blends: the Anvil (orange, peach, and chocolate), Jackhammer (chocolate and nuts) and Docker (orange and vanilla). Need a bite to go with your pick-me-up? There’s Avo Toast ($8), Acai Bowl ($8) and yummy bakes from The Bakery by Woodlands Sourdough and Mother Dough Bakery!

Keep up with the pop-up on their Instagram page here.


Market on Wheels
8 June-8 July, 11am-10pm
Bugis+ and Bugis Junction
Free admission

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Missed Artbox? Here’s a miniature version where you can savour yummy street food such as crispy wontons, grilled beef cubes, and even local delights like satay and fried mantou. Wash down your food with a cup of cold cendol or colourful mocktail before proceeding to end your meal with some Instagrammable desserts from Cereal Citizen. And did we mention Ben & Jerry’s ice cream? Grab a few pals, take pretty pictures, catch some live performances, and have an enjoyable night as you shout “GOOOAAAL!” with the football fans over live World Cup screenings.

More details can be found here.


FUEGO Feast
6-8 July, various 2-hourly sessions
Emily Hill
$135 per pax

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Unleash your carnivorous side as you enter the FUEGO feast, a grill festival which allows you to indulge in UNLIMITED AMOUNTS of grilled meats cooked over mega-sized open fires. Whether you prefer to bask in the rustic, outdoor nature of the Latin American-Asian festival or escape the heat by dining in the air-conditioned areas, the grounds of Emily Hill have you covered. Brace yourselves, it’s going to be an epic experience.   

Get your tickets here


Brunch of Fun
7 July, 11am-4pm
Salt Tapas & Bar
$12 per entry

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Inject a dose of happiness into your Saturday at Brunch of Fun, where you’ll be entertained with upbeat DJ remixes and magic performances amongst delicious food and drinks priced between $3-$8. Get your hands on some of Salt’s specialty cocktails and wines, and the Tiger Prawn Omelette made with organic Japanese eggs, Manjimup truffles, Yarra Valley salmon roe and burnt butter. That’s not all, an array of quality food and alcohols from other vendors are also available for purchase at your discretion (think fresh chucked oysters, wagyu beef sliders, and a wide selection of cheese and beers). It’s sure to start your weekend on a high note.

Get your tickets here.


MRC #29: Mikkeller’s back
7 July, 5.30-8.30pm
Mikkeller Bar Singapore

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Get your running shoes and lace up, for Mikkeller’s back at a new location along Purvis Street. Known internationally for its creative and unconventional brews, the bar has 25 beers on tap and grub to go with it. The event sees them celebrating the new location with a run (their 7th one this year!), so join them for a weekend jog — beer awaits at the finish line. Otherwise, you can always skip the run and hit the bar for some booze right away.

RSVP here.


Singapore Food Festival (SFF)
13-29 July
Various locations

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The biggest and most anticipated food-centric event of the year is back on its 25th edition! From indulging in new menu offerings to reminiscing over traditional dishes to attending fun-filled culinary workshops, there are tons of activities in store for you. Kickstart the festival with STREAT — SFF’s signature event that showcases Singapore’s brightest culinary talents and their take on local cuisine. Park Bench Deli, our community’s go-to cafe for great sandwiches, is also joining the fun with Roast Paradise, Native, and Rumah Makan Minang to bring you a medley of flavours. If you’d like to be delighted in all senses, be sure to catch some of the artsy events that combine films or even a dance performance with a meal — definitely a feast for both the eyes and stomach.

For more information, click here.


Cake Club by Marina Square
Every weekend from 14 July - 26 August, 12-9pm
Marina Square Glasshouse
Free admission

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Who says that you can’t have your cake and eat it? Cake Club invites you to their premises of all things sweet — cakes, cookies, and all other goodies the sweet-toothed will love. The event features a plethora of delectable desserts from Singapore’s best patisseries over seven weekends, with interactive workshops that serve as great pit stops for your lil’ ones. Activities are rotated on a weekly basis to ensure that there’ll be something fresh every week, so save a weekend (or two) for a fun-filled moment with your family.

Find out more here.


Meatsmith x LP’s Quality Meats
23-27 July, four sessions available
Meatsmith (Telok Ayer)
From $48 per pax for lunch, $98 per pax for dinner

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If the meaty affair at FUEGO Feast isn’t enough, here’s your second chance. Look forward to quality grilled meats conjointly prepared by local and Australian smokehouses, Meatsmith and LP’s Quality Meats, as they present you smoky flavours from home and abroad.

Stay tuned to their event page for more information.


Ramen Revolution
27 July, 5pm-10pm; 28-29 July, 11am-9pm
Resorts World Sentosa, The Forum B1
Free admission

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After last year’s overwhelming response for its launch, Ramen Revolution returns! Go around tasting your favourite ramen from restaurants including Kanshoku Ramen, Kajiken and Hokkaido Ramen Santouka, and wash it down with some ice-cold Japanese beer. This year’s event will see the debut of two ramen joints hailing all the way from Japan — Junk Story and Men Dokoro Wakamusha. Ramen fanatics may also love to know that limited edition instant ramen packs are available for purchase. (Psst, they’re a brainchild of internationally-acclaimed Nissin Foods and Singapore-famous Ramen Keisuke).

More details can be found here.