Here Kitty Kitty Vice Den
Hidden behind a small convenience store at Famous Foods Street Eats food hall, Here Kitty Kitty Vice Den is a speakeasy with a fashionable Far East image, setting a mood with string lights, brick walls, and Asian decor. The cocktails are an eclectic bunch, ranging from the sweetness of Pancakes & Dopamine (rum with banana, brown sugar, and cinnamon) to the strength of Thousand Cranes (a cranberry and cardamom negroni). If you want to go big, try Rinse & Repeat (two Fernet cocktails side by side) or The Golden Ticket (a $150 libation made with Glenfiddich 23-year Scotch that comes with an actual ticket to skip the line at Zouk Nightclub or Ayu Dayclub). The lounge likes to play around with the format here and there, transforming into winter-themed and House of Suntory-sponsored pop-ups within the past year.
How to get in: Look for a small convenience store named Ms. Meow's Mamak Stall in the middle of Famous Foods Street Eats. One of the shelves (the one stocked with potato chips) pushes open to reveal the speakeasy. This is for serious guests only. Anyone wanting "just a look" is usually turned away.