Newly Opened LuLu’s Lounge Brings The 60s’ New York Back Alley Club To Singapore's Nightlife Scene

A new night spot has opened up in town and it’s burlesque dancers, inventive cocktails, and old school nostalgia galore!

LuLu’s Lounge is not your average club. A unique nightlife concept, the quirky lounge comprises a dance floor, outdoor terrace and a dynamic entertainment line-up.

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Opened for exactly a week since April 28, Lulu’s has been luring partygoers with all the characteristics of a 1960’s New York backstreet club.

The Venue

Blinking neon lights, fluffy feather boa lamp shades and jeweled accessories furnish the 2,600 square foot joint.

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A piece of art by London graffiti artist Mista Crowe covers an entire wall.

Guests can perch on a luxe couch and enjoy post-dinner drinks amongst live acoustics, or let their hair down and dance right through to dawn.

A Playground For Big Kids

You won’t find any 18 year-olds getting wasted here. Lulu’s is firmly pitched at the more refined crowd.

The adult-oriented lounge is made for the mature crowd that wants to party, but in a less intense clubbing environment.

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Missing are the loud thumps of the latest EDM beats that draw the younger set. Rather, music here is a throwback to the bygone eras of the 1960s and 70s.

If you want to dance, but also be heard above the music without having to shout, this is a very welcomed change.

Live Music

Be prepared to be taken on a musical journey that starts off with live jazz.

It then progresses to old school, hip-hop funk or dancehall as the night goes on and morning comes.

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Retro dance music by guest DJs are also on the table!

The ever changing music line-up means you’ll have a chance to get your groove, no matter what your jam.

Hip Cocktails

LuLu’s must-try drinks (starting at $24) are cocktails with a coy twist.

‘Big Coconuts’, for one, is very similar to a Pina Colada, but with a tangy, sour punch, and vodka.

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‘Grow a Pear’, on the other hand, is a bourbon with spiced pear and rosemary.

There are also nibbles served over the bar to keep people going. That includes 13 flavours of popcorn, from a comforting Mac and Cheese to Hot Buffalo Wings!

The Backstory

If you’re familiar with Bang Bang and Employees Only, LuLu’s is opened by the same people, Sarissa and Joshua Schwartz.

The husband-and-wife duo draws inspiration from a fictional character, Lulu.

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They envision her as a go-go dancer, whose go-to outfit for a night out includes a leopard low-cut top, tight shiny leggings, and furry stilettos or cheap patent leather red pumps.

If you need an excuse to head down, Lulu’s is having The Peppermint Party Launch (Cinco De Mayo Special) on 5th May!

Take on a sexy and dangerous journey of nostalgia at this lounge.

LuLu’s Lounge
Address: Pan Pacific Hotel, 7 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039595
Opening Hours: 9pm to 6am
Contact no.: 9829 1922
Age: 23 for Gents & 21 for Ladies
Website

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