New Drinking Menu – La Grande Nation – celebrates 1925 Paris & the Art Deco period
November 23rd, 2020
Following the success of ATLAS’ previous menu Interbellum – which was awarded a Spirited Award for World’s Best Cocktail Menu at Tales of the Cocktail 2020, Head Bartender Jesse Vida and his team have created a new Drinking Menu – La Grande Nation. Officially launched November 9th, 2020 the La Grande Nation menu takes guests back to 1925 Paris with its celebration of the Art Deco period.
La Grande Nation is based on the fictionalised journey of Cecil Beaumont, chief correspondent for American design and literary magazine, The Montrose. On assignment to Paris, Mr Beaumont is tasked with exploring and uncovering the 1925 Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes.
The new menu features many authentic antique items from this era, and the Expo itself, which have been incorporated into the stunning visuals, such as maps, postcards and brochures. Presented across four chapters, each with a no-alcohol drink, including Graphique (S$12) and Key in Hand (S$16). The menu also features an extensive G&T selection, ATLAS Classics such as the ATLAS Martini (S$25) and the ATLAS Gimlet (S$25), as well as the ATLAS Vintage menu, featuring Vintage Martinis (S$50-250), the Vintage Negroni (S$250) and the Vintage White Lady (S$200) made with gins dating as far back as 1910.
Parkview Square, Lobby Level, 600 North Bridge Road, Singapore
See also our 2017 review article.
La Grande Nation Cocktails
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