Cut from a single piece of rare multicoloured agate, our bar serves as an excellent conversation-starter at our cocktail lounge. Settle in for an evening of drinks, music and 99th-floor views.
- Sunday – Thursday
- 7:00 PM – 1:00 AM
- Friday and Saturday
- 7:00 PM – 2:00 AM
This floral purple-coloured martini, made with a blend of Rooibos tea, distilled vodka, lavender bitters, house-made violette liqueur, and Mancino Secco Vermouth, is served in a distinctively shaped glass.
Meet the Team
Head BartenderAntonio De Luca
Born in Amantea, Southern Italy, Antonio learned mixology in the United Kingdom and has travelled around the world as a bartender, gaining a wealth of international experience while working in many different locations. With his profound knowledge, he is able to mix various types of ingredients together into innovative drinks. Incorporating local ingredients is a little trick he uses. He has experimented with making cocktails using Chinese liquor baijiu, or Chinese tea, which has gained positive feedback from guests.
“After a few chats, I can mix a Negroni with my impression of the guest in my heart, so it is unique and personalized and very much surprises or satisfies them every time.”
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