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.
It's not cheap, but this authentic Irish bar is worth a visit. The crowds are heaving when a big rugby or soccer game hits the huge television screen, but the cozy corner seats offer some privacy for chats and cuddling. Occasional poetry evenings are held in the bar area and of course St. Patrick's night is always a night to remember. Friday night is music night. The menu includes stews, potatoes and pies, followed by thick puddings and, of course, pints of Kilkenny.
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.
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.
The Prive nightclub is one of the most popular spots to hit on weekends. With a video screen, a large bar in the center, a small dance floor area and seating on the sides, it's a great place to hang out and chill. The interiors are tastefully done with rich colors and natural materials, which give the entire ambiance an elegant yet contemporary touch. Prive brings you the best of music, drinks and service. Its your perfect spot if you want to be among the in crowd.
Guzzle on the breathtaking views of Hong Kong from this bar on the 25th floor of the Mandarin Oriental. Bite into Cantonese tapas by the Cantonese specialty restaurant Man Wah. The height, the floor to ceiling glass windows, the velvet interiors and the heady cocktails make for a dizzying experience. It is the perfect setting for an enigmatic evening.
This English style bar, located within the exclusive Mandarin Oriental, features partitioned booths for seclusion and privacy. At lunch you will see mainly business people and in the evening diners come here to enjoy a pre-dinner drink. Drinking here is not cheap and you will have to pay a large bill for the pleasure; nightly live jazz performances may just soften the blow. At lunchtime there's a good value bar buffet where you can buy a beer and help yourself to the various dishes along the bar.
This trendy lounge is known for its spectacular views of the harbor and Hong Kong skyline. Popular among the young professionals in the area for an after work drink, Isobar serves up classic cocktails and draft beer at reasonable prices. Floor to ceiling windows offer stunning views, which are even better outside on the patio. A great place to sip on a cold Bailey's Bliss and watch as the boats pass by.
French cuisine is one of the most globally popular cuisines and it has a strong foothold in Hong Kong. Get a taste of an elaborate French meal here at the Caprice. Located within Four Seasons Hotel, this upscale diner dishes out savories that are mouthwatering to say the least. Try a Pâté en Croûte or a Venison Fillet with Italian White Pork, all accompanied by wine. Ambient lighting, elegant decor and great food make for a wonderful dining experience. Doors open for dinner daily at 6pm.
Taste the magic created by Chef Richard Ekkebus at Amber restaurant in Landmark Mandarin Oriental . The food is a palette of unique flavors. Try the Duck foie gras served with smoked freshwater, eel pressed in terrine, smoked jell-O and vinegared puree of white onion. The wine list is as extensive as the choice of food. The bar here is a perfect prelude for the exciting culinary experience ahead with amber hues adding to the ambiance.
The Chinese symbol of shared experience, the big "O" on one wall epitomizes this bar at Landmark Mandarin Oriental. The crowd here is either glamorous...or glamor-struck. Enjoy the buffet and light breakfast or distinctive dishes like Poached Lobster with Daikon Shavings, Sweet & Sour Dressing, Chili Oil and Prawn Tempura. Afternoon tea is also served. You can party here till the early hours of the morning.