F1 weekend: Dining experiences and parties to soak up the buzz without being at the race stand

As the Singapore Grand Prix roars into action, the city comes alive with the thrilling buzz of Formula One excitement. While the heart-pounding race itself takes centre stage, there’s another way to revel in the F1 weekend without being engulfed in the heat of the trackside action.

Picture this: perched high above the cityscape, enjoying gourmet dining, sipping craft cocktails, and dancing to world-class DJs, all while taking in panoramic views of the dazzling Marina Bay circuit.

We’ve curated a list of exclusive venues where you can soak up the electrifying atmosphere of the Singapore Grand Prix, away from the bustling race stand.

From rooftop escapes to waterfront hideaways, these places offer you a front-row seat to the festivities, ensuring you have an unforgettable F1 weekend, from 15 to 17 September 2023.

1-Altitude Coast

1 altitude coast singapore grand prix

Don’t miss the Race Weekend Parties at 1-Altitude Coast.

On 16 September, immerse yourself in the vibrant Brazilian-themed party fronted by DJ Chris Columbus and DJ Tang.

The Final Track Party on 17 September promises to be unforgettable, featuring fan favorites from the DRIP Party Series, including DJ Shai, Faith, and KNRCK, mixing bop-worthy Hip-hop, R&B, Latin, and Afrobeat tracks.

In other words, you’ll certainly be having an electrifying weekend of music that’s just as exhilarating as the races.

Dates: 16 & 17 September, starting from 4pm till late
Address: 10 Artillery Ave, #07-01 The Outpost Hotel, Sentosa Island, Singapore 099951

Make your reservations here.


1 arden singapore grand prix

Elevate your Singapore Grand Prix experience by heading 51 floors above the bustling CBD to 1-Arden, where you can enjoy the races while avoiding the street crowds.

Throughout the F1 weekend, you can mingle until late, with opening hours extending until 1am on Fridays and Saturdays, and midnight from Sunday to Thursday.

At 1-Arden, you have the choice of three unique dining concepts: Modern Australian (Kaarla), Japanese Kappo (Oumi), and the 1-Arden Bar, which offers garden-inspired cocktails.

For those looking for pre-race dining, Sol & Luna, with its Mediterranean-centred menu, will be serving an all-day brunch until 4pm. The brunch features a variety of a la carte signatures starting at just S$16. Some of the highlights include Overloaded Cavatelli Mac & Cheese, Italian Shakshuka Puttanesca, as well as a selection of hearty pastas and wood-fired meats.

Dates: 15 to 17 September
Address: 88 Market Street, Level 51 CapitaSpring, Singapore 048948

Make your reservations for Kaarla, Oumi, and Sol & Luna.


botanico singapore grand prix

Drive right into the Longest Sunday Brunch at Botanico. This alfresco brunch offers live station dishes, order-on-demand mains, and all-you-can-eat offers of Premium Fine De Claire Oysters.

Complete the experience with more than a tipple or two; make your own botanical cocktails with a two-hour free flow DIY cocktail station. You may just realise how good you are at mixology!

Date: 17 September, 10am – 4pm
Address: 50 Cluny Park Road, Level 2 Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore 257488

Make your reservations here.


ce la vi singapore grand prix

With the Formula One Singapore Grand Prix revving up for an exciting September, CÉ LA VI Singapore is unveiling an extraordinary Double Weekender Day-to-Night-to-Day party experience set against the breathtaking backdrop of the races, perched 57 floors above the city.

On 16 September, Grammy Award winner DJ Dubfire will kickstart the red-hot weekend with his captivating techno beats in a high-power marathon set. The night promises to be a relentless dance journey as Dubfire takes the helm in CÉ LA VI’s Club Lounge, where guests will be immersed in a pulsating atmosphere above the glowing race tracks. The celebration doesn’t stop until mid-day, ensuring an unforgettable start to the weekend’s festivities.

On 17 September, the electrifying Japanese-born Jakarta resident DJ Apsara takes centre stage, illuminating the dance floor with transcending beats that will lead guests across the finish line in style. Apsara weaves a tapestry of house, trance, and techno, infusing CÉ LA VI’s decks with style and finesse. Her performance promises to elevate the weekend to new heights, creating an immersive musical experience that will linger in your memory.

Dates: 16 &17 September
Address: 1 Bayfront Avenue, Level 57, Marina Bay Sands SkyPark, Hotel Tower 3, Singapore 018971

Make your reservations here.

Conrad Centennial Singapore

Conrad Centennial Singapore - singapore grand prix

Oscar’s at Conrad Centennial Singapore invites you to a luxurious Weekend Champagne Brunch, along with the return of McLaren F1 Team interactive simulators.

Indulge in a buffet feast at Oscar’s, where chefs showcase their culinary skills in a semi-open live kitchen. The brunch features fresh seafood on ice, prime meats, and local favorites like Signature Seafood Laksa and Chinese-style Roast Meats.

You can savour grill dishes on the alfresco terrace, including Signature Grilled Sambal Lobster and Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce. Don’t miss the all-new tandoori station serving housemade fresh naan and Indian specialties. Save room for delightful desserts, including a chocolate fountain and fluffy waffles.

In the hotel lobby, three state-of-the-art McLaren F1 Team simulators offer an immersive motorsports experience, allowing you to virtually navigate Singapore’s iconic night circuit and feel the thrill of high-speed competition.

Oscar’s Weekend Champagne Brunch is priced at S$188++ per person, including unlimited champagne, sparkling rosé, wines, beers, and gin and tonics. A non-alcoholic brunch option is available at S$108++ per person.

Dates: 15 to 17 September, 12.30pm – 3.30pm
Address: 2 Temasek Boulevard, Singapore 038982

Make your reservations here.


level33 singapore grand prix

Situated against the stunning backdrop of the Marina Bay Waterfront, LeVeL33 offers guests front-row seats with a magnificent view of the entire Marina Bay, including a significant portion of the race circuit. The venue will feature TV screens and projectors transmitting the race, with live streaming and commentary broadcasted over the loudspeakers, ensuring you’ll stay up-to-date with the on-track action.

An exciting menu will also be put together for the F1 weekend, and highlights include: Minimum 45 dry-aged Stone Axe Full Blood Wagyu Bone-in Sirloin, Westholme Wagyu Bavette, Whole Spanish Turbot, King Crab Legs.

There are also drink packages including the 2-Hour Free Flow Package, offering free-flow access to a wide selection of beverages; the Champagne Package, featuring three bottles of Barons de Rothschild Brut; and the Do-It-Yourself Package, which includes an assortment of premium spirits.

Dates: 15 to 17 September
Address: 8 Marina Boulevard, #33-01 Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 1, Singapore 018981

Make your reservations here.

MONTI at Waterfront

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If you prefer to be closer to the heart of the action with proximity to the race tracks, MONTI is the ideal spot. They offer a special Weekend Colapranzo menu, priced at S$88++ per person. This menu allows diners to indulge in all-you-can-eat Italian offerings, with free-flow drink top-ups available at S$78++ for alcoholic options and S$25++ for non-alcoholic options.

As the night unfolds, a communal menu for two offers three courses for sharing at S$110++ per person. Alternatively, diners can choose from the a la carte menu to cater to their specific cravings, all while enjoying the spectacular riverside view and the grand fireworks display.

Dates: 8 to 17 September
Address: 82 Collyer Quay,  The Fullerton Pavillion, Singapore 049327

Make your reservations here.

The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore

Nestled strategically along the Marina Bay street circuit, you can indulge in breathtaking vistas of the Singapore Grand Prix as you immerse yourself in various dining experiences at The Ritz-Carlton.


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Republic introduces the Oriental Grand Prix, an exclusive themed cocktail aged in coconut husk for a full 24 hours, boasting a blend of Widges gin, Campari, house-crafted sweet vermouth, pandan, and coconut.

Enjoy the live race telecasts during the weekend on the newly opened al fresco Republic Terrace, framed by iconic landmarks like the Singapore Flyer and Marina Bay Sands. Delight in Summer cocktail creations while savouring culinary delights such as Texas buffalo wings, smoked beef burgers, and mini kueh pie tee with a delectable Singapore chili crab sauce.

Guest deejays will be spinning live beats from 8pm to 2am on 14 September and from 10pm to 4am nightly between 15 September and 17 September.

For reservations, contact [email protected] or call +65 6434 5289.

Summer Pavilion

summer pavilion private dining room singapore grand prix

The best spots in town for all the action? Probably the Pine and Elm private dining rooms at Summer Pavilion, which offer a captivating view of a section of the Singapore Grand Prix street circuit. You can watch the live telecast from these rooms while enjoying a private, one-MICHELIN-star meal.

Anticipate a set dinner menu featuring exquisite dishes such as applewood smoked suckling pig and braised superior bird’s nest with Alaskan crab meat. This exclusive set dinner is priced from S$3,388 for ten guests in a private dining room.

For reservations, contact [email protected] or call +65 6434 5286.


colony vintage champagne brunch singapore grand prix

Enjoy the Vintage Champagne Brunch at Colony as gear up for race day with your loved ones on 17 September, from 12pm to 3.30pm.

Revel in unlimited pours of fine beverages alongside delectable culinary highlights like king crab, lobster eggs benedict, rotisserie maple pork collar, and beef chimichanga.

Prices are from S$288 per adult, including unlimited pours of Champagne Barons de Rothschild Ritz Réserve Millésime 2015, Champagne Barons de Rothschild Ritz Réserve Rosé NV, selected cocktails, house red/white wines, draft beer, and soft drinks, and from S$144 per child (ages six to twelve) or S$72 per child (ages three to five).

For reservations, contact [email protected] or call +65 6434 5288.

Address: 7 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039799

Wildseed Cafe at The Summerhouse

wildseed cafe singapore grand prix

Experience the thrill of racing simulators at Wildseed Cafe.

With the purchase of a Heineken pint and a main from the food menu, you can take one lap in a special F1 race simulator.

Of course, delectable food is part of the experience. Indulge in a selection of grilled meats and savour limited edition tri-colored slider buns to accompany your beer-drinking session.

Dates: 16 & 17 September, 11am – 10pm.
Address: 3 Park Lane, Level 1A Seletar Aerospace Drive, Singapore 798387

Make your reservations here.

Yin Bar & Yang Club

yang bar

Join the Full Throttle Party at Yin Bar & Yang Club.

The pre-party kicks off at the courtyard bar Yin, where you’ll find a race car installation, live band performances, and Red Bull’s Race Car Girls adding to the excitement.

Over at Yang, enjoy themed beverage packages and Red Bull party accessories for a thrilling late-night experience.

On 15 September, groove to Hip-Hop and R&B tracks spun by Kidd Royale of Rewind Party Collective, while on 16 September, a trio of DJs from Red Bull’s Music 3Style World DJ Championship will keep the energy high.

Dates: 15 & 16 September, starting at 6.30pm
Address: 3A River Valley Road, #01-02 Clarke Quay, Singapore 179020

Make a reservation for Yin Bar here.