Wiped Out is a rooftop bar offering beers from S$5/bottle where you can cheers against the sunset

by Vera
Wiped Out Rooftop Bar
Photo: @wipedout.bar/instagram

With Singaporeans getting increasingly restless these past months, more activities and hang out spots have been emerging in response to quelling our need for wander. Following Kamikaze Asian Tapas Rooftop Bar’s expansion into Selegie’s new GR.iD Mall, new rooftop Wiped Out Bar has entered the chat with their industrial-chic concept that offers stunning views of the setting sun against our cityscape as sweet respite from the stressors of a packed work day.

Wiped Out Rooftop Bar beers
Photo: @wipedout.bar/instagram

Beers from S$5

While craft beer favourites such as Little Creatures and Blue Moon Wheat Ale are offered here, what might really catch your attention is bottled beers priced at S$5 during Happy Hour, which happens from 3pm to 7pm daily. But otherwise, pints and bottles are regularly priced at S$10 and below, making it an affordable place to make merry nonetheless.

Wiped Out Rooftop Bar beers
Photo: @wipedout.bar/instagram

Snacks & tapas

Bar bites here won’t break the bank, either. If you’re having the munchies, order some Crinkle Cut Fries (S$2.50) or Chicken Nuggets (S$3.50) to pair. Sprinkle flavours such as mala, seaweed, and sour cream & onion (S$1.50) are also available for top up to add a zing to your tapas.

Photo: @wipedout.bar/instagram

What’s even better is that patrons of the bar are also allowed to consume other food dishes from Beauty World Food Centre, like Eng Kee Chicken Wings for example, within the premises of Wiped Out Bar. And if that isn’t some big D energy right there, we don’t know what else is.

Wiped Out Bar is located right next to Pink Candy, and is amongst other all-time favourites at Beauty World.

Wiped Out Rooftop Bar
Photo: @wipedout.bar/instagram

Wiped Out Bar
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📍 144 Upper Bukit Timah Road, #04-61, Beauty World Centre, Singapore 588177
🕒 4pm–10.30pm (Mon to Fri), 3pm–10.30pm (Sat & Sun)

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