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Fizzy Dayz. A new diner-bar with value-for-money high balls opens at Purvis Street

A new casual diner-style bar has popped up this month at Purvis Street. Fizzy Dayz is by the same folks at Nutmeg & Clove and Last Word located just down the road. It replaces their previous wine bar concept Bar Uva. We liked Bar Uva, but I guess we didn’t frequent it enough to keep it going. The weekend free-flow brunch was amazing.

The space has been spruced up with a lively vibe with neon lights and a playful mural. Now, this is a fun place to chill out, catch up with some friends or start early from 4 pm for their happy hour that ends at 8 pm. They’re closed on Tuesdays.

Fizzy Drinks

Colin Chia making High Balls at Fizzy Dayz
Colin Chia making High Balls at Fizzy Dayz

Asia’s 50 Best 2022 Industry Icon recipient Colin Chia and his team at Nutmeg & Clove expect to serve up delicious high ball tipples without any frills as well as diner-style bar food.

High Ball at Fizzy Dayz
High Ball at Fizzy Dayz

Fizzy High Balls are priced at S$15 a glass or S$148 per bottle. During happy hours, a high ball is only S$9.90. Six types to choose from. Suntory Kakubin Japanese Whisky, Suntory Sui Gin, Eristoff Vodka, Bacardi Carta Blanca Rum, Sauza Silver Tequila or Jim Bourbon Whisky – take your pick. Cannot decide? Then go for the special Fizzy Dayz High Ball made with Suntory Kakubin, Laphroaig Float, Soda and Lemon Twist at S$18.

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Southside Fizz & Frozen Daiquiri

Peroni Lager on tap is available at S$15 per pint or S$9.90 during happy hours. Suntory Premium Malt Pilsner or Black are available at S$16 per pint or S$10.90 during happy hour. Wines, prosecco or champagnes are also available. Enjoy a Daiquiri or cocktails such as El Diablo, Dark & Stormy, Gin Fizz, Garibaldi, Spumoni or Long Island Ice Tea amongst others at S$18.

Fizzy Days Long Island Iced Tea
Long Island Iced Tea

The Fizzy Dayz Long Island Iced Tea is a blend of Haku vodka, Bacardi rum, Sui gin, Sauza tequila and Cointreau infused with Spiced Oolong milk, lemon and coca cola.

Chow Down at Fizzy Dayz

The group’s Culinary Director Kenneth Oh has curated a food menu that includes sinful Grilled Cheese, Spaghetti & Meatballs and Steak & Eggs among others. The signature here is the S$22 Nashville Chicken Waffle Burger. A crispy chicken thigh glazed with a spicy hot sauce and maple syrup is sandwiched between two waffles. Crunchy and addictive.

The Loaded Potatoes (S$16) are topped with Wagyu rib fingers and sauteed mushrooms. The Jalapeno Poppers (S$14) are served with Feta Chicken Floss. Other small plates include buffalo wings, mac & cheese or shoe string fries. Small plates are priced from S$14.

Big Plates priced from S$16 to S$28 include Grilled Cheese and brioche, Mini fish & chips, Classic Angus cheeseburger and more. There’re desserts too – Mudpie or Pear Tartlet with Vanilla Gelato.

Check out the menu here.

Fizzy Dayz is located at 24 Purvis Street, Singapore 188601 (Opposite Chin Chin Eating House and next to British Hainan). They are open every day except Tuesdays at 4 pm and close at midnight except for Fridays and Saturdays at 1 am. Make reservations here.

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