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.
Yardbird is a modern yakitori eatery. The restaurant is the brainchild of chef Matt Abergel, whose repertoire includes establishments like Massa in New York and Zuma in Hong Kong. In fact, Yardbird does have a distinct New York City vibe with its sleek, minimalist lines and black-clad servers. Though Yardbird does offer a variety of chicken skewers, the menu also has dishes that use each and every part of the bird - neck, wings, skin et al. Stand-out items on the restaurant's menu include the chicken breast skewers, the chicken meatball served with an egg yolk dipping sauce, the kimchi fried cauliflower and the crispy chicken fried rice. Also on offer are innovative, expertly mixed cocktails like Whiskey Lemonade and a variety of wine, sake and beer.
Weinstube is a favorite haunt for many—tourists, salary men, locals, expatriates and wine connoisseurs. With an ultra-clean wine bar, seating for about 20, and a range of great European wines, it is easy to see the popularity of this wine bar. The buffet lunch is reasonably priced and you get to sit at comfortable tables that do not rock and spill your drink. Weinstube is definitely recommended as a retreat after a shop-a-thon in Tsim Sha Tsui.
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
Bound by Hillywood is a hip café opened in Tsim Tsa Tsui by the same owners of Hillywood Bar which was initially running in this spot. However, they have made some changes where now you will be served your delicious food at the table by their amicable staff instead of self-service. This trendy café has incorporated some of the elements of the Hillywood bar like neon lights, excellent drinks and amazing music. Their drinks have an authentic taste that comes from the local rice liquor and packs a punch in your classic drink. Try their Wing Lee Wai Rice Wine if you are looking to experiment with something new or order a cup of premium coffee.
Mihn Club is an entertainment venue where you can hang out with your group and social circle. The place is a fun zone where people of all races and sexual identities are entertained. To protect visitors' privacy, the club does not permit photography. Located in the center of the city, the club is easily accessible to the public. Roll into fun nights here and make your days memorable. You are free to dance, celebrate and express yourself regardless of your race or gender. For event details, you can check their official website.
Located along Nathan Road in Hong Kong, Boo Bar set Pearl Oriental Tower building. This lively bar features a well-stocked bar and a comfortable dining area. They serve a selection of alcoholic drinks like wines, beers and cocktails. To keep the fun quotient high, they often host karaoke nights here at the bar. This popular karaoke bar is a fantastic place to visit with friends and colleagues. The bar’s vibrant decor and friendly ambience will keep you coming back for more experiences.
Located in Lucky Center shopping mall in Hong Kong, String is a cozy karaoke bar that opened its doors in 2005. This private club is only open to their members. It features multiple suites that are equipped with ultra-modern karaoke systems, a pool table and a dart board. Their bar menu includes a selection of alcoholic drinks like wines, sake, spirits and cocktails. In addition to this, they serve a range of delicious eats like seafood and burgers. This karaoke bar even hosts events like live music nights.