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Retro Chinese-Western bar/ restaurant Fu Lu Shou is here, and there’s no doubt or concern over what it is, and no ambiguity in its concept. Here they want you to be comfortable. There’s more a sense of hidden gem here, tucked away unceremoniously on Hollywood Road among the myriad of other options without any signage, and requiring a door code to gain entry. Simple but comfortable outdoor furniture and couches are over-looked by a huge mural, dominating the back wall that strikes as a kind of 70s Chinatown gangland tag, and fits the irreverent, fun setting.
contact information
a: 7/F, 31 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2336 8812
w: www.facebook.com/FuLuShouHK
A modern, rustic and chic bar and lounge. With renowned local mixologist Antonio Lai at the helm, Quinary brings you molecular cocktails that, as the bar’s name suggests, engage all five senses.
contact information
a: G/F, 56-58 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2851 3223
w: www.quinary.hk
Housed in a decidedly obscure location , 001 combines an awesome cocktail list with a speakeasy-esque indie ambiance.
contact information
a: G/F, 97 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2810 6969
w: www.at001.xxx
Decorated to perfection with an aura of sophistication and understated glam, Café Gray Deluxe is the epitome of elegance on the 49th floor of the Upper House. A glamorous 46-foot long bar takes center stage serving delectable appetizers and colorfully named cocktails. Try the Earl Gray martini, Hong Kong Highball or Grapefruit Julep. Their extensive variety of wines makes this the perfect spot for drinks. And of course, the harbor view is breathtaking.
contact information
a: 49/F, The Upper House, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong
t: +852 3968 1106
w: www.cafegrayhk.com
The world's highest bar. Perched on the 118th floor of the ICC, this Ritz-Carlton bar is frequented by locals, expats, tourists and anyone who wants to enjoy quality drinks and snacks, good music and a great atmosphere in the heaven.
contact information
a: 118/F, The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, West Kowloon, Kowloon, Hong Kong
t: +852 2263 2263
w: bit.ly/1l30fWz
This rooftop lounge and bar is the perfect place for an after-work drink where you can unwind and take in the sweeping views. The bar serves up classic and signature cocktails, including the bar’s famous mojitos, along with some light tapas. Make sure you stop by on Wednesday for their 'Bienvenidos a Cuba' nights where you can spin the wheel for a creative mojito and pair it with a cigar or try out their 'Sundays on the Deck' with refreshing cocktails and a light snack menu.
contact information
a: 32/F, EAST, 29 Taikoo Shing Road, Taikoo, Hong Kong
t: +852 3968 3738
w: www.sugar-hongkong.com
Wooloomooloo Prime is a slightly high-end branch of the steakhouse featuring their signature steaks and seafood with an excellent view of Hong Kong’s skyline. The 10,000 square foot restaurant’s main feature is an outdoor terrace with a towering 270-degree view of Tsim Sha Tsui, Victoria Harbor and Hong Kong Island. High up on the 21st floor of The One shopping mall in TST, the restaurants interior displays a simple but modern design with floor-to-ceiling glass walls and windows showing off the unobstructed panoramic city view. Whether you pop by for after work drinks or dinner, every seat has an amazing view.
contact information
a: 21/Floor, The One, 100 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
t: +852 2870 0087
w: www.wooloo-mooloo.com
An elegant Japanese whisky and cocktail bar operated by mixologist Hiidome Ichiro. The bar offers a wide selection of premium whisky and sakes. Each drink is carefully and attentively prepared. It is a small venue with a masculine design overlooking the neon lights of Causeway Bay skyline. Advance booking is required.
contact information
a: 27/F, Bartlock Centre, 3 Yiu Wa Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
t: +852 2893 2080
w: www.executivebar-com-hk.blogspot.hk
Inviting all music and food lovers to enjoy the fun at Hard Rock Cafe! Hard Rock Cafe Hong Kong is located in an unique spot in the center of Lan Kwai Fong, the party and night life center of the city, with a stylish interior design, kick-ass American cuisine, refreshing cocktails and fist-pumping live shows.
contact information
a: LG/F, LKF Tower, 55 D'Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2111 3777
w: www.hardrock.com/cafes/hong-kong-lkf
XXX Gallery is Hong Kong’s truest underground arts space, encouraging new music, new art and new interactions. Its club nights offer an eclectic mix of music (Indie, Drum n Bass, Dubstep and Hip Hop) featuring both local and internationally renowned DJs.
contact information
a: B/F, 353-363 Des Voeux Road West, Sai Wan, Hong Kong
w: www.xxxgallery.hk
Tazmania Ballroom has craggy black walls, high ceilings and gold plated pool tables. The overall affect resembles a futuristic luxury cavern. There's an interesting lighting scheme with neon tubes on the walls and large hanging lamps that are almost works of art. There are limited seating areas by the bar and by the DJ booth.
contact information
a: 1/F, LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 28015009
w: www.facebook.com/page.tazmaniaballroom
The place is strictly members-only. The club features traditional elements of Boujis’ British heritage with an urban chic that befits Hong Kong. While Boujis brought over some of its most infamous cocktails from London, plenty of Hong Kong-centric drinks are also offered.
contact information
a: G/F, 37 Pottinger Street, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2324 0200
w: www.hk.boujis.com
KEE is a sanctuary where members and their guests can gather to eat,meet,do business party, or just be.It is relaxed,chic,witty,discreet and will continue to be shaped by the people who consider it'home'. KEE has created an exclusive salon culture incorporating convivial fine dining,an international nightclub as well as unique lifestyle,corporate and cultural events. Shama tenants with leasing over three months can enjoy a guest membership.
contact information
a: 6/F, 32 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2810 9000
w: www.keeclub.com/hongkong
AMAZAKE is an izakaya and Japanese specialty bar combining the best of drinking’s past, present and future. This is a safe haven for those restless souls who want an unforgettable night out filled with delicious foods, unbelievably creative cocktails and loads of some of Hong Kong’s most favoured drinking games!
contact information
a: Shop A, UG/F, On Hing Building, 1 On Hing Terrace, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2537 7787
w: www.amazake.hk
Pirata is Asia'a first vermouth bar, where cocktails are created using this spirit for a taste of uniquely Italian. They have more than 20 vermouths ranging form classic Torinos to boutique New World type to enjoy here.
contact information
a: 30/F, 239 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
t: +852 2887 0270
w: www.pirata.hk
Angel’s Share hones a rustic, speakeasy feel with a lounge area. The bar is seriously whisky-heavy, being home to a selection of 100-plus varieties.
contact information
a: 2/F, Amber Lodge, 23 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2805 8388
w: www.angelsshare.hk
It is with the promise of decadence from a bygone era that Wyndham Street haunt Stockton lures passersby. The bar-slash-restaurant is the latest brainchild of Maximal Concepts, the group behind eateries Blue Butcher, Brickhouse and newcomer Fish and Meat. Difficult to find, it’s taken a cue from Brickhouse’s success by securing a ‘hidden’ (by way of dark alley, winding stairs and nondescript door) location for this new bar concept of 1900s London luxe – a particularly English moment in time when gentlemen were gentlemen and ladies were most definitely ladies.
contact information
a: G/F, 32 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2565 5268
w: www.stockton.com.hk