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.
Located close to the Happy Valley Racecourse, the Happy Valley Bar & Grill is a nice place to devour traditional American pub fare. It also has a remarkable list of over 90 microbrews that are great accompaniments to your meal. While away time by people watching at their street-front bar or catch a live game indoors. Don't miss out on the roast prime rib on Sundays.
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.
Red MR is the ultimate destination to experience Hong Kong’s entertainment scene. Occupying the second floor of The Tonno complex, it features over 30 private VIP rooms that are ideal for hosting parties and special events. Lounge on their sofas while browsing through the menu and karaoke playlist on cutting-edge touch screen tables. Place your order from Asian classics like chow mein, dumplings, miso soup and fried rice, to complement cocktails and sing-like-no-one's-watching enjoyment.
Neway is a hip spot in Causeway Bay to unwind over some well-curated karaoke gigs and chilled libations. One of the very first city spots to operate exclusively as a karaoke bar, it offers an exciting drinks and pub grub menu at pocket-friendly prices. Equipped with high-tech karaoke installations and plush seating booths, Neway is indeed one of the prime venues for karaoke enthusiasts in the city.
London House is a great addition to the Tsim Sha Tsui Centre, and the dining destination for die-hard anglophiles. The two-level restaurant features a casual bar as well as a first-floor restaurant with mesmerizing harbor views. The ambiance is lively and relaxed, with live music and DJ sets adding to the upbeat atmosphere. The menu offers an upscale spin on British comfort classics like toad in the hole, Shepherd's pie, lamb shanks, pub burger, and more. There is an excellent selection of draft and bottled beers, global wines, craft cocktails, and premium liquors to accompany each meal. This is a great place for an evening out with friends or a Sunday brunch with family.
The Bull and Bear is situated in the heart of business land, where financiers, bankers, lawyers, and stockbrokers come after work and discuss matters of economics and trade. Loud and smoky in the evenings, with a big screen television in the corner, this joint tends to fill with regulars rather than tourists. This place claims to be the oldest British-style pub in Hong Kong, and it does well in replicating the British climate with fierce air-conditioning all year round! Boddingtons, Kilkenny, and a host of other bitters are on sale; traditional beers for a traditional pub.