Clarke Quay – a refurbished riverside development of old warehouses – consists almost exclusively of bars and restaurants. A plastic jellyfish-looking roof has been built overhead, with fountains and huge fans in place to cool the customers moving between venues. Anyone studying branding should certainly visit, as it seems mandatory that each venue must be differently and strongly themed. Visitors from the UK might sense a similarity to a modern High Street at home (read: Croydon), with Aussie visitors feeling that this could be Singapore's Bondi. But who cares? Nobody, judging from the barely containable crowds there on weekends. If you like to bar hop furiously with everything under one roof, then Clarke Quay is for you; if you like kooky little places with no theme, then it’s not.
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Posted on Thu 22 Mar 2012 19:52:20
Lin said: “Wonderful Pizzas at Ricciotti!”
Last nite I went out with a group of friends and we had the best pizza ever not far from Clarke Quai. The place is called Ricciotti and we got 1 for 1 wine! I definately recomend this place!
Posted on Sun 25 Oct 2009 13:12:55
J said: “Mama's Caribbean (Clarke Quay)”
Wow! The place just got redone into a beach club type atmosphere. The new band arrived September for 6 months. The 2 lead girls can sing line Beyonce and Mariah...I mean the high pitch octave and all. I thought a CD was playing till I saw them on stage. Great place. You got to check it out.