Pacific Standard Bar

Level 41, Alila Bangsar No. 58, Jalan Ang Seng, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Phone: +6016 2156 597
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Located at Hotel Alila Bangsar,  Pacific Standard Bar is a chic cocktail lounge and bar inspired by the glamour and romance of vintage Hollywood, paying homage to an era of film noir intrigue and soulful jazz blues. It’s an invitation to treat your senses to a seductive array of handcrafted cocktails, expertly concocted and beautifully presented for that exhilarating pick-me-up.

A cocktail bar conceptualised and produced in collaboration with the forward-thinking bar consultant, Proof & Company, Pacific Standard is both classy and unassuming. An intimate and enchanting cocktail lounge celebrating the best of Southern California in the 1950’s and 1960’s: when rules were meant to be broken, musicians became rock stars, celebrities became cultural icons, and individuality reigned supreme.

Specialising in a menu inspired by the sophistication and boldness of retro Hollywood charm, Pacific Standard is an establishment where cocktails are taken personally. Led by Principal Bartender Ruben Anandha, the approach at Pacific Standard is distilled into a simple but fundamental motto: cocktails taste best when they’re made personal.

Meticulously crafted to enchant the senses, Pacific Standard is an establishment where cocktails are taken personally, and every element of the vintage bar props, retro décor and soulful soundtrack are designed in harmony to transport one back to the old-school allure of mid-20th century Los Angeles.

Music style is Upbeat, modern lounge music, with influence from 1950’s & 1960’s

Dress code is Smart casual, no slippers

  • Prices start from (net): Cocktails: RM45, Beer: Starts at RM24, Wine (Glass): Starts at RM37, Wine (Bottle): Starts at RM180, Spirit (Bottle): Starts at RM400

Opening Hours: Sunday to Thursday: 12pm – 1am : Friday & Saturday: 12pm – 2am

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