The World's Best Bars From 51-100
The news is in, and these are the world's best bars from numbers 51-100.
The annual World Best Bars list is decided by a voting panel comprising 680 independent drinks experts, from renowned bartenders, educators and consultants to drinks writers and cocktail specialists. The results are given in two parts going from 51-100 and then during the live event, bars placed 1-50 will be unveiled.
This year, in the 51-100 category, there are 34 different cities represented with 14 new entries and three new cities being featured in the form of Tulum, Guadalajara and Tirana. Unsurprisingly, the USA leads the list with six new bars in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles and for Europe, the UK comes out tops with five bars out of a total 17 across the continent. But when it comes to closer to home, it's time to be proud as the list includes 14 from Asia, of which a massive five are from Singapore.
This year's event will see the prestigious awards event leave Europe for the first time as it continues its mission to spotlight the world’s great cocktail cities. Now in its 15th year, this marks another important milestone for the awards as it continues to recognise the achievements of the past year and celebrate the outstanding accomplishments of the global bar community.
William Drew, Director of Content, 50 Best, says: “When we launched the extended list of The World’s 50 Best Bars our intention was to shine a light on an even greater cross-section of the most exceptional destinations for cocktail lovers. Now, in its seventh year, we are delighted to recognise the remarkable hospitality experiences offered by these establishments across 34 incredible cities. As we once again take to the road, leaving Europe for the first time in our history to celebrate the greatest cocktail bars in the world in the iconic city of Singapore, we extend our warmest congratulations to each and every one of the superb teams whose bars have been named on the list.”
Singapore comes out on top in Asia
Singapore has five bars on the list out of a total of 14 across Asia. 28 HongKong Street leads at No.59, followed by Manhattan at No.63, Nutmeg & Clove at No.64, Analogue Initiative at No.78 and Native at No.83. Hong Kong’s Penicillin (No.71) and Darkside (No.97) are joined by Hope & Sesame (No.74) in Guangzhou. Japan and Thailand have two bars apiece: Tokyo’s The Bellwood is at No.53 and High Five at No.79 alongside Bangkok’s Vesper (No.55) and Tropic City (No.66). New Delhi’s Sidecar is at No.67 while Seoul makes a triumphant return with new entry Bar Cham at No.75.
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