Tucked away in its cosy corner in Publika, The Bee is re-inventing itself to bring brand new and unique experiences to the social scene. Having been a flagship venue for local, regional and international music acts, The Bee now boasts an even bigger floor space of 850 pax, international level sound systems paired with an adaptable megadeck stage, a new cutting-edge design and an all-round venue to ensure more music lovers get their fix of their favourite tunes.
Previously dubbed as the place for indie music, the new Bee is expanding its music -verse to include an even wider range of genres. From pop to techno to punk rock, The Bee is set to be the best music institution in Kuala Lumpur.
Not stopping at just the music, the bar has also taken on a life of its own. So, what constitutes a great bar? While some places emphasise on aesthetics, elegance and themes, the bar at The Bee is focusing on providing punters with a kick-ass drinks menu. On top of their range of alcohol infused milkshakes, their list of signature cocktails comprises of locally inspired mixtures which include: Grown-Up Cincau, Amarula Shake and a classic take on Paloma’s. Designed as a hub to concoct creative trendy drinks, the bar at The Bee will also be bringing in some of the top mixologist from around the world to treat those who enjoy a superb cocktail potion.
The Kitchen which has also been reinvented, will be the first of its kind pop-up kitchen in Malaysia and will be hosting some of the most well-known brands from around the world. The pop-up kitchen concept will happen throughout the year where epicurean delights from around the region will take over The Bee’s kitchen and churn out some of their best grub for foodies in the know. But that’s not all. The Bee will still have their in-house Chef whip up daily favourites such as Jamaican Jerk Roasted Chicken, Spiced Beef Kebab Skewers, Spinach Mushroom Pasta and more. They are also opening their doors (for the first time) for breakfast and bringing back lunch, happy hour and dinner.
“We are deconstructing the way entertainment, food and beverage is currently being presented in the social scene. The team and I have been in the business for decades and the one thing we want to bring to our clientele is an avenue where they get to experience some of the best live shows and F&B on a night out. It’s not just about one thing, it’s being able to enjoy everything under one roof and have an evolving experience anytime they come to The Bee,” said Rahul Kukreja, Director, Brand Partnerships & Talent Bookings.
Maggie Lindemann performing@The Bee Publika 21st June 2019
So if you love good food, want to test your beverage prowess with The Bee’s emblematic range of cocktails or looking to catch some of the most enigmatic live shows in Malaysia, be sure to follow The Bee carefully on their social media platforms to be in the know, otherwise you might be kicking yourself after.
For more information log onto www.thebee.com.my
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