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.
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.
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.
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.
Visit Hidden Agenda Live House and you might find jazz, punk, rock, folk, or other genres of music being played by performers from around the world. The venue was created by friends who wanted to liven up the music scene in Hong Kong, and it does just that. When the venue moved to its second location, a few improvements were made: a better sound system, a sound engineer, and a bar add a lot to the venue.
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.
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.
The Common Roomis a gastrobar which is renowned for its variety of classic and innovative craft cocktails. With three renowned mixologists making good use of the vast glass and iron liquor library, this bar offers some of the best cocktails in town. They also serve a number of tapas style, home-cooked dishes including tandoori octopus, tomato and bruschetta, , cod croquettes and portabello mushrooms with avocados and caramelized onions. The interior, which was designed by J. Candice, has an industrial-style set-up with long tables a glass-and-iron liquor library and an outdoor seating area.
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.
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 members only club has been the spot of many a Hong Kong memory in the minds of visitors. One of Hong Kong's biggest clubs has two party spaces, each with a distinct feel. There is always something going on at Volar, whether it is an internationally known guest DJ, a theme dance party, tequila night, or some other fun. You may want to arrive early on the weekends as this place understandably fills up fast. Volar's location makes it an excellent stop for a night out in Hong Kong.