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About The St. Regis Bar Macao

Situated on the Level 2 of The St. Regis Macao, The St. Regis Bar is the destination for luminaries to come together to connect, converse and celebrate. As Macao's finest bar destination, The St. Regis Bar is imbued with a rich New York heritage that's synonymous with the St. Regis brand, and spoils guests with an extensive list of specially crafted artisan cocktails and beverages, a sumptuous menu of chef-crafted culinary fare, in a glitteringly elegant, yet contemporary setting inspired by the House of Astor.
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    The St. Regis Bar Macao

    Opening hours

    Location:

    Second Floor, The St. Regis Macao, The Londoner Macao, Estrada do Istmo, s/n, Cotai, Macau SAR, P.R. China

    Opening Hours: 

    Daily, 2:00 PM - 1:00 AM

    Afternoon Tea: Daily, 2:00 - 3:30 PM and 4:00 - 5:30 PM

    The Astor Hour: Daily, 6:30 - 8:30 PM

  • The St. Regis Bar Macao
    The St. Regis Bar Macao

    The Art of Champagne Sabrage

    Dates back to the days of Napoleon and the French Revolution in 1789. After winning a battle, Napoleon's armies would celebrate by drinking champagne, and they would open the bottles using the easiest method on hand.

    The evening ritual at The St. Regis Bar celebrates the transition from day to evening, and is marked by the spectacle of champagne sabering. The art of sabrage Evening Ritual is held every Friday and Saturday at The St. Regis Macao lobby at 6:00PM .

  • The Mural
    The St. Regis Bar Macao

    The Mural

    The mural depicts a lush vision of the city and celebrates the city's history as a trading port under a rich golden sky. As a traditional symbol of eternity and youth in Chinese culture, a crane overlooks the growth of the city, with lotus flowers - a ubiquitous symbol of Macao - blooming in the water. A closer look at the verdant edges of the mural reveals the Barcelos Rooster, an armillary sphere and astrolabe that pay homage to Macao's Portuguese and British colonial influence.
  • Maria do Leste - Mary of the East
    The St. Regis Bar Macao

    Maria do Leste - Mary of the East

    Maria do Leste, The St. Regis Macao's interpretation of the iconic Bloody Mary, was forged drawing inspiration from Macao's unique east-meets-west culture. The Maria do Leste tantalizes with intense flavors of chourizo (sausage) from Portugal, pink peppercorn and limes from Brazil, piri piri from Africa, cinnamon and paprika from India, lobster and sea salt from the seas, black vinegar and black peppercorns from China, and lastly, the synonymous egg tart of Macao.
  • The St. Regis Afternoon Tea Ritual
    The St. Regis Bar Macao

    The St. Regis Afternoon Tea Ritual

    The St. Regis Afternoon pays homage to Caroline Astor, the mother of the St. Regis founder John Jacob Astor IV. Today, every St. Regis address offers its own interpretation of this quintessential ritual, creating an exclusive opportunity for guests to gather and socialize. At The St. Regis Macao, we offer guests an impeccable selection of fine teas and refreshments in the inviting and intimate setting of The St. Regis Bar.
  • Food selection
    The St. Regis Bar Macao

    Food Selection

    In true St. Regis tradition, The St. Regis Bar spoils guests with an extensive selection of tantalizing dining menu options, crafted with the finest ingredients sourced from all corners of the globe. Featuring an array of small snacks, light meals, and more substantial fare, our new dining menu is the perfect accompaniment to an afternoon or evening at The St. Regis Bar.
  • Jazz Live Performance
    The St. Regis Bar Macao

    Jazz Live Performance

    A unique jazz vibe, complete with live music as the sun sets every Wednesday to Monday. This unmistakably exquisite setting is then elevated by our signature St. Regis service, making the experience simply unforgettable.

Hours

Opening Time 

  • Daily, 2:00 PM - 1:00 AM

Afternoon Tea

  • Daily, 2:00 - 3:30 PM and 4:00 - 5:30 PM

The Astor Hour

  • Daily, 6:30 - 8:30 PM

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