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Republic Volume 2 Film Themed Cocktails
Our Story

Republic showcases an extensive cocktail menu devoted to a narrative of historical anecdotes inspired by the influential hallmarks of pop culture in the 1960s - Art, Cinema, Fashion and Music.

While the decade of the 60s was marked by cultural and social revolution, it saw the rise of style icons and the legends of rock music, as well as the international jet set, which led to a sophisticated era for cocktailing.

The Republic bar concept pays homage to this era where freedom, expression and individuality were celebrated, with a cocktail menu that showcases flavors, ingredients and sensations inspired by the decade of the 60s.

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    Vintage Spirits

    Our curated international selection is epoch of 60s celebrations distilled into bottles. Relive the era with authentic liquid history, imbibing on one of these drinks of choice during opulent parties.

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    Food Menu

    Taking inspiration from the social and cultural trends of the 1960s, Republic's dining menu offers delicious cocktails, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.

Vintage Martini Cocktails
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Cocktail Inspiration

Republic presents flavours, ingredients and sensations inspired by the influential hallmarks of pop culture in the 1960s. We celebrate beginnings, innovation, hits and legends across the themes of Art, Cinema, Fashion and Music; represented by way of alluring cocktails. Enjoy the stories while you imbibe on liquid history.

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Cocktail Making Masterclass


Join us in our cocktail making masterclass as we bring you through the steps of recreating one of the themed cocktails from our Volume Two menu.

Discover the various methods used in cocktail making - such as sous-vide infusion, fat-washing or the clarified milk punch process. Unleash your bartending flair and create your own cocktail concoction as well. You get to enjoy your self-made tipples after and also take home an exclusive Republic gift.

The first Saturday of the month, 3 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.