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Gravity Bar

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Gravity Bar, oasis amidst the bustling city set in the heart of Carlton, is the perfect meeting point for a casual business discussion in the day or for the indulgence in the pleasure of high-tea on weekend afternoons. The tempo picks up in the evenings when live music kicks in when it is time to let your hair down. A wide selection of single malt whiskies, wines, international cocktails and delectable finger food is available while you lounge on our oversized chairs in plush chenille or dramatic wing back chairs in sexy mock crocodile leather in shades of pearl. Gravity Bar is the place for trendy individuals who want to see and be seen.

Mon - Fri: 15:00 - 01:00

Sat - Sun: 14:00 - 01:00

+65 63118839
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• 23 Jul 2011 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

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Well, the first thing I want to point out is Singer.... She can't sing. Just can't.

All the satisfaction and relief from drinks go away once she starts to sing...

Please do something about that.

There was an "Aunty" waitress... I don't against "Aunty" to work in bar... but why is she wearing the same cloth with others... Sorry but it does not look good at all...

She can wear something more suitable at her age...

For drinks & food are good. Nothing special but nothing bad.

Hope to see better Singing performance next time.

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