Marina Bay Sands is gearing up for the launch of Miracle Coffee’s first-ever pop-up in Singapore on 30 September, 12pm, at the outdoor Rain Oculus of the iconic ArtScience Museum.
The 90-day pop-up, which offers a prelude to the artisanal coffee concept’s flagship café unveiling in 2023, is a partnership between award-winning pop superstar JJ Lin and Marina Bay Sands.
The drinks-only outdoor pop-up concept will offer 10 signature coffee options sourced from specialty single-origin espresso (SOE) beans, such as aromatic pour overs and cold brews, Americanos, cappuccinos, specialty lattes and the Singapore-exclusive Kaya Cloud. To browse the full menu, visit marinabaysands.com/restaurants/miracle-coffee.html.
Designed by the award-winning Singaporean design firm Parable Studio, the limited-time pop-up features a Miracle Coffee branded main counter with two seating benches on each side covered in the brand’s signature shade of blue. Acrylic glass panels reminiscent of suspended clouds are inspired by glass layering techniques and expressions of some of the most prolific visual artists of our time, including Ian Trash, Leandro Elrich, Miya Ando, and Xiao Xiao Wan.
What to expect on opening day (30 September, 12.00pm – 6.30pm)
(L-R) Public can queue along the scenic lily pond surrounding ArtScience Museum; guests can look forward to Miracle Coffee’s signature beverages; and the Singapore-exclusive Kaya Cloud
Come opening day, fans and coffee lovers can start queuing along the scenic lily pond from 6am onwards. Overnight queuing is not allowed and individuals who attempt to form queues before 6am will be dispersed for crowd control reasons.
At the start of the queue, guests will be required to register for a queue slot by scanning a QR code, which will then trigger an SMS notification to inform them to either join the queue or await their turn to join the queue. The physical queue will be limited to 200 guests at any one time. This queue management system will be implemented throughout the opening weekend (1 – 2 October).
Public transport is encouraged during this F1 weekend, as limited roads are open for vehicles.
Miracle Coffee x SweetSpot Collaboration
In the lead-up to operating in its new home at the museum lobby in 2023, Miracle Coffee is also collaborating with current café SweetSpot to offer a limited selection of specialty concoctions. At this indoor café, guests can savour a sampling of Miracle Coffee’s non-caffeinated favourites, such as the brown sugar hōjicha latte, Miracle Milo, and the refreshing JJ’s “Wonderblend” smoothie, as well as Americano and latte. This collaboration, which starts on 30 September, will transition to the full-fledged Miracle Coffee flagship concept next year. The café will also offer the regular SweetSpot pastry menu, and seating within the Museum Lobby is subject to capacity limits.
For more information, visit marinabaysands.com/restaurants/miracle-coffee.html, or join in the conversations on social @miraclecoffeesg.