Drink

Some of the best places to quench the need for your morning coffee or that evening cocktail.

Hong Kong Pub Crawl has been redefining Hong Kong’s nightlife since 2010. Their tours are famous for their excellent drink deals, and for being the best way to meet nightlife enthusiasts from around the world. Hong Kong Pub Crawl’s signature Lan Kwai Fong Crawl runs every Thursday through Hong Kong’s SOHO and LKF bar districts. …
The only Polynesian style bar in HK, with an extensive selection of cocktails to keep even the most discerning connoisseur happy. The interior uses wood, bamboo and flashes of colour to transport you to an island paradise, and the terrace with its lush green vegetation is the perfect place to sit back and relax.
Hugger Mugger is a sophisticated British salon located in Hong Kong’s new Central cultural district, just steps from Tai Kwun. Concealed behind an unassuming red door and down a flight of stairs, the hidden gem is a clandestine meeting place for those in the know. The cocktail menu invites guests to take a sip with …
The creators of Shore has reinvented itself with two bold new concepts that cater to today’s intrepid diner. Hunter, a sophisticated restaurant venue, replaces Shore’s formal dining room on the fourth floor at The L.Place, while The Chase, a multi-faceted dining and mixology destination, takes form in the venue’s lower level, combining intriguing cuisine and …
Hygge is a Danish word that invokes a feeling of well-being and contentment. A new bar with the same name is bringing Scandinavian culture and comfort to a new location in Tsim Sha Tsui. The space is comfortable and cosy with soft candlelight, mismatched furniture and fluffy cushions. The menu features innovative drinks made by a …
Stunning harbour views make this Italian restaurant a very popular destination. Led by native Italian and two-Michelin starred chef Marco Sacco, the restaurant features an elevated take on traditional Italian favorites. After 14 years of success at IFC, the restaurant has re-opened on the second floor with a panoramic view of Victoria Harbour and the …
Laidback, trendy bar with plenty of beers on tap – perfect place to relax after work or enjoy some people watching from the open fronted spot on Hollywood Road. Also serves food.
At Kam Wah you can café-dwell like a Hong Konger and indulge in, what word on the street says is, the best Bo Lo Yau (or pineapple bun) in Hong Kong! The buns at Kam Wah are made fresh in-house, and are spongy and warm unlike those found in chain branches after undergoing mass transit. …
Kubrick is just the thing for any lit-lover with a penchant for chic café culture. A tranquil haven nestled in between Temple Street Night Market and Yau Ma Tei Jade Market; the place feels serene, arty, and quite out of place in its surroundings. The walls are decked out with monthly exhibitions from local artists, …
Hong Kong’s only wine cellar that stocks solely natural wine made from organic fruits as well as minimal chemicals and technology. Head to the bistro just along Hollywood Road to enjoy some of the delicious wines in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Closed on Sundays.