Good music, fine alcohol and hip crowd are only some of the characteristics of this place. People come here to party after a hard day of work. The ambiance helps in relieving some of their stress and edge them towards a night of dance and revelry. Welcoming feel and multiple genres of music keep people coming back.
Soiree Champagne Bar, located on lower Elgin Street, is a sumptuous cocktail bar which offers an old-world, ultra-luxurious, bordello-like ambiance. This dimly lit bar has dark-hued walls, chandeliers, gilt mirrors and plump leather banquettes, making it a hugely popular date night spot. Soiree's drink offerings include a list of signature cocktails, called "Soiree Sensations," which include fruit daiquiris served in chocolate dipped glasses, martinis dipped in gold dust, and infused vodkas in flavors like rosemary, lemongrass and chili which can be imbibed on their own or used as a base in other cocktails. Also on offer are premium wines and champagnes along with other spirits. -Anjeeta Nayar
The Hair of the Dog occupies a quiet corner on Hart Avenue, which is a short distance away from the teeming crowds of Nathan Road. This dimly lit pub stays open until the early hours of the morning and offers live telecast of sporting events, like English premier league soccer on its as entertainment for its patrons. The pub is also equipped with a jukebox that plays old time rock tunes. Let's not forget The Hair of the Dogs offers a beverage menu that features a wide array of beers, spirits, wines and cocktails, most of which are offered at truly attractive prices during the pub's extended happy hours. - Anjeeta Nayar
The Globe is a gastro-pub located in the heart of Hong Kong's Soho dining district. The restaurant occupies a fairly large space that is fronted by a deceptively small doorway, and patrons are usually surprised by the size of the restaurant once they enter. The Globe has a distinct English pub-like feel. The décor features a prominent bar, much wood seating and blackboards that announce daily specials. The menu at the Globe accordingly offers pub fare like beer battered cod with French fries, homemade sausages and a variety of hearty pies which are immensely popular with its patrons. -Anjeeta Nayar
Ozone, situated on the 118th floor of the Ritz Carlton, is known for its jaw-dropping views of Victoria Harbor and beyond. Accessible via high speed elevator (whose lights dramatically dim as you are transported upwards) from the 103rd floor of the hotel, this bar features futuristic décor created by the Japanese design company Wonderwall. Ozone is equipped with long bar counters that offer a great selection of wines, spirits and specialty cocktails which can be enjoyed with hearty bar snacks like tandoori chicken, sushi, spring rolls and more. This elevated watering hole also hosts a DJ booth and an outdoor deck, facilities that contribute to making Ozone the perfect spot to drink, dance, and dine while soaking in gorgeous views of Hong Kong.
All Night Long which is one of the most popular venues for live music in Kowloon. Located within the dining enclave of Knutsford Terrace, this street-facing bar encompasses an alfresco area as well as indoor lounge space which features a backlit bar and a performance area. All Night Long features both local and overseas bands in their nightly free performances. The bands that play at this venue usually roll out crowd-pleasing top 40 numbers along with rock and pop mainstays. Such is the appeal of this musical fare, that the bar is known to regularly rock on until the early hours of the morning.
Stockton is a fabulous restaurant and bar that is tucked away in an alley off Wyndham Street. Once inside, you are instantly transported back into another era - 1890s London. Stockton truly encapsulates the exclusive and decadent lifestyle of the wealthy, from the detailed decor - lounge chairs, plush sofas, antique tables and art - to the rich food that includes scrumptious oysters, Farmed Manchurian Caviar and Rock Cod and Chips. Have a fancy night out on the town, sip on some one-of-a-kind rum and whiskey-based cocktails and enjoy the timeless atmosphere of Stockton.
One of Hong Kong's hottest night clubs, Play features a line up of top international and local talent, one of the best dance floors in town, and top-quality libations. Every week outstanding DJs spin everything from hip-hop to house and techno with a relentless beat and foot-tapping rhythm. The three-room massive space is broken up into different spaces from the dance floor to a lounge and pool room. You can choose whether to dance, challenge friends to a round of pool or simply relax at one of the plush booths with a drink; there is something for everyone here. The food menu is equally laudable, churning out gourmet fusion tapas and moreish eats to pair with those drinks. If you're in the mood to splurge, head to the Dom Perignon bar for some bubbly and champagne cocktails.
Located in the busy commercial district, Orange Peel is a hip jazz club and bar that celebrates the canny amalgamation of the traditional and contemporary. Some of the best jazz gigs, striking art murals and elaborate drink selection greet revelers at this city nightlife venue. While it is immensely popular with the city's party goers, even business professionals frequent the spot for its elegant ambiance and eclectic choice in good and beverages.
This uber-chic nightclub is a popular haunt amongst the city's young and beautiful. Anyone who is someone wants to be seen at this exclusive club, frequented by the city's most discerning and high-end party-goers. The line-up features themed parties like you have never seen before, vibrant, chic and infused with a refined sense of style. All the flash is backed up by stellar service and drinks so good you won't mind having to snake your way through the crowd to try another. If you're celebrating a special occasion or are simply in the mood to be pampered, splurge on the VIP package and Zentral won't disappoint.
This drinking hole in Lan Kwai Fong is similar in character to its neighbours, and like its Dusk till Dawn sibling in Wanchai, there is a Mediterranean look, with an open front and ochre-wash arches, which lead through to a second bar where bands play and the Lan Kwai Fong set do their thing. As the name suggests, it is open till late and drinks are the usual beers, wines and spirits.
Olivier Caisson and Jerome Spitzer of French Creations opened Le Boudoir, a sumptuous cocktail lounge, in the basement of the building that hosts their other successful oeuvre, the Pastis bistro. Le Boudoir offers a wildly luxurious ambiance that is reminiscent of an 18th-century private drawing room, and it is accordingly outfitted with extravagant trimmings like vintage wall paper, twinkling chandeliers, French Baroque furniture and paintings, art deco mirrors and opulent Buddha statues. The bar menu at Le Boudoir offers a wide array of wines and spirits along with a range of lethal signature cocktails that bear names like High Heels, Devil Rocks and Lucky Star.