Back in 2011, an unassuming bar opened in a nondescript shophouse somewhere near Clarke Quay. The new watering hole by three New York City lawyers (Spencer Forhart, Paul Gabie and Snehal Patel), along with bartender Michael Callahan would shepherd a new era of speakeasies and cocktail drinking in Singapore.
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Fast forward to a decade later, 28 HongKong Street is still standing as one of the OGs of the local bar scene and credited as a pivotal player that helped bring the local cocktail scene to the next level.
The popular speakeasy may not be the first bar to introduce premium craft cocktails to Singapore's nightlife scene, but it certainly spearheaded the movement that changed and evolved it to its current celebrated reputation.
Over the years, 28 HongKong Street has been consistently recognised as a hotspot for breeding local expert bartenders and industry personalities who would go on to contribute and shape the Singapore scene.
On top of owning and running 28 HongKong Street, two of its founders Forhart and Gabie, started Proof & Company – an alcohol distribution and bar consultancy business. The company’s portfolio includes consulting and providing creative direction for venues such as the award winning Manhattan bar at the Regent Hotel, Atlas at Parkview Square, and MO Bar at Mandarin Oriental in Singapore.
Founding bartender Callahan has gone on to open and run popular dual concept bar Barbary Coast at Boat Quay.