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|Monday to Thursday||12:00 PM to 12:00 AM|
|Friday to Saturday||12:00 PM to 02:00 AM|
Not to be confused with Club 97, the chic nightclub, Post 97 is just about the best place in Hong Kong to enjoy a coffee, a beer, a meal or a chat with a loved one. Sit beside the windows and watch the Friday night Lan Kwai Fong party pan out below, and eat well from the extensive menu. Over the weekend, the doors do not close...for those all-night party people, they can cure your hangover and enjoy breakfast at any time of day.
Many locals frequent this open-fronted, high profile Italian bar-cafe in the heart of Lan Kwai Fong. The drink menu here consists of mainly old favorites, all of which are made by friendly bartenders. Lunch here consists of light Mediterranean dishes, crisp salads and freshly prepared seafood. Additionally, dinner is served here until midnight, making this a very popular eatery for late-night diners.
Lan Kwai Fong was once an "expat hangout," but locals have gradually joined in the party fun. Centered around an L-shaped cobblestone lane just above the Central business area, Lan Kwai Fong houses some of the trendiest pubs and entertainment hangouts in town. Every year, during Christmas, New Year's and Halloween, people dress up and parade through the streets. But, whatever the time of year, Lan Kwai Fong is definitely a fun place to see and to be seen.
The Dublin Jack is a musty Irish pub next to the Mid-levels Escalator. A smoky venue, it offers a landscape of Guinness, Kilkenny, stouts, mild ales, real ales and bitters. Typical scenes include bearded men playing a dark game of cards beneath the clock that never chimes, whilst in another one of the interesting nooks and crannies a pair of pale lovers chat conspiratorial about elopement. The Dublin Jack is a great place for tall tales and fine ales.
Graffiti is a fun-filled bar that boasts fantastic light effects and a 5 meter long LED screen. A great place to go to for dinner and stay late for the music, Graffiti offers its patrons a choice of delicious Italian fusion dishes for meals, lip-smacking drinks, and tasty bar snacks to satisfy their appetites. At Graffiti, you can choose to sit back, relax and enjoy the live band performances, or show off your moves as you dance along to the DJ's selections. No matter which you choose, you are sure to have a great time at this vibrant venue.
The China Bar offers something to keep you entertained from the afternoon until late. Happy hour specials and great food are a great way to start the evening. The menu features an all-day breakfast, pizza, burgers, appetizers, and bar favorites like fish and chips. You'll find a cocktail for every occasion on the drinks menu: the Hail Mary goes great with the omelets, the mojito is refreshing on a hot day, and the Merry Berry is sweet and delicious. At night, the resident DJ helps the place transition to a dance party, featuring impressive light and sound systems.
D'Aguilar 26, or D-26, is tiny, there is just enough space for a couple of tables out front overlooking party-goers as the climb D'Aguilar Street, and some squashed tables and chairs inside. Claustrophobic but ideally situated for people watching, D-26 attracts a less raucous crowd and is ideal for a quiet pint on a warm evening. A range of beers and spirits are available to suit all tastes.
This German style bar is a lot of fun if you like German drinks, German style sausage "snacks" and a boisterous, bier-keller clientele who are definitely here for the beer. Several hundred kinds of schnapps are available, some more lethal than others, as well as a better than average list of beers. Not surprisingly, Schnurrbart attracts the northern Europeans who consider heavy drinking a necessary part of the weekend. If you cannot make it to Lan Kwai Fong, why not try the Schnurrbart in Tsim Sha Tsui.