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.
Champs Bar is a sports bar located in The Charterhouse Causeway Bay Hotel. It has three large projector screens and nine LCD/Plasma TV screens to show various sports events, including The Premier Football League, horse racing, tennis, ice hockey, rugby, formula one racing, American football, Aussie rules football, baseball and basketball. If the game goes long, the bar will stay open until its conclusion. With many classic Liverpool FC shirts adorning the walls, the bar becomes a meeting place for Liverpool FC fans when Liverpool plays. Happy hour is from 5p to 9p daily. Champs Bar is a dynamic place to watch live sports.
Tazmania Ballroom is a classy lounge and club which sees a lot of the office-going crowd coming in for some after-work socializing over pool, Tuesday night ping-pong or simply a couple of drinks. During weekends, DJ nights and parties are organized and the club becomes more of a dance venue. The classy bar has a offers a number of classic drinks as well as a variety of craft cocktails to sip on while you mingle.
Serving an assortment of traditional Sichuanese cuisine, Yu Chuan in Wan Chai neighborhood is a delight to visit. Dig into local favorites on the menu which include Ma Po Tofu, Braised Fish and Cold Sliced Pork all of which are prepared with ingredients from Sichuan. Not only are the dishes flavorful, but they also manage to be just the right level of spicy. You can wash down the dishes with a drink from their extensive bar menu or bring a bottle of your favorite alcohol along. If you want a taste of authentic Sichuanese food look no further than Yu Chuan.
Shop9 Restaurant and Lounge is a cozy restaurant which serves dishes from across the world, sometimes sticking to one cuisine and sometimes making a unique fusion of flavors. The restaurant, with its small but airy patio space and the cozy inside with tea candles and rose petals scattered on tables, dim yellow lights from hanging lanterns and open brick walls, is a lovely place for a date. Try out some of their specials or their changing lunch menu. You can also go for the delicious international food on their a la carte menu which includes dishes like smoked salmon with wasabi sauce, fish and chips, Beijing duck, fried lotus root, asparagus risotto and so on.
A dear project of three sisters, Victoria, Juliette and Regina Chow, The Woods is a themed Cocktail bar designed to entertain patrons with well-crafted drinks and tasteful ambiance. The decor of this classy bar derives inspiration from the wilderness and city life. It is rustic where it should and modern in certain spots with soothing lights acting as a catalyst in between two worlds. The drinks at The Woods are made after thoughtful considerations over ingredients; meticulous research, spirits of superlative quality and fresh produce go in the making of these masterpieces. Such is the painstaking effort gone into the creation of their cocktails that The Woods even has their own ice program and only house-made, crystal-clear cubes are used to cool every drink here. The place can seat over 50 patrons but their bar area only entertains reservations because it is here that they serve the Prix-Fixe cocktail menu, every sip and bite of which is a multi-sensory experience.