The 11 best happy hour deals in Hong Kong

The best happy hour deals in town right now
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Burn your gym kit, throw out the juicer and stop telling everyone how good you feel. Despite our city not always being the cheapest when it comes to having a bevvy, the savvy drinker can land a bargain if they know what they're doing. Of course, we’re referring to the hallowed happy hour. Here are 11 of the best right now.

And if you’re going to be spending a lot of time in a bar, you better scrub up on how to hang out in one like a true Hongkonger.

 

11 best happy hour deals in Hong Kong

Ce la Vie
Callaghan Walsh
Restaurants, Contemporary Asian

Ce La Vi

icon-location-pin Central

For a happy hour with a view, head to sky-high Ce La Vi at the top of California Tower. A good option if you’ve got visitors in town – selected beers, wines, spirits and cocktails are two-for-one for a brain-numbing six hours everyday. It’s not the cheapest deal in town but it’s still one of the most affordable ways to enjoy rooftop cocktails in HK.

When: Mon-Sun 3pm-9pm.

Restaurants

Jamie's Italian

icon-location-pin Causeway Bay

The Naked Chef has taken a playful angle with mocktails, cocktails, beer and wine that starts at a very enticing $10 from 6-7pm and increases each hour until 9pm. Drinks cost $20 from 7pm to 8pm and $30 between 8pm and 9pm. Chin chin!

When: Mon-Sun 6pm-9pm.

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Restaurants, Korean

Jinjuu

icon-location-pin Central

For a more upmarket, time-sensitive happy hour, modern Korean spot Jinjuu is a good bet. The ‘Seoul Hour’ starts off with cocktails, wines, beers and spirits (including soju, of course) at $40 from 5-6pm, increasing by $10 each hour until 9pm. That makes it $50 from 6pm to 7pm, $60 from 7pm to 8pm and $70 from 8pm to 9pm. Celebrity chef Judy Joo’s menu is decent too, so we recommend a nibble with your tipples.

When: Mon-Sat 5pm-9pm.

Restaurants, Spanish

La Paloma

icon-location-pin Sai Ying Pun

We love La Paloma’s laid back Spanish vibes and the food is always packed full of flavour. Perfect for post-work – or post-siesta – drinks and nibbles, grab a $45 wine or sangria and a plate of tapas and pretend you’re in Barcelona.

When: Thu-Sun 6pm-8pm

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Le Garcon Saigon
Krzysztof Gora
Restaurants

Le Garcon Saigon

icon-location-pin Wan Chai

One of Wan Chai’s best Vietnamese grills is offering a tempting after work deal which may leave you unable to walk by 7pm – but with a big grin all over your face. For $108 you get unlimited red or white wine or Saigon beer – perfect paired with the smoky Viet street food. At the weekend get unlimited rosé for $198 from 3pm to 6pm. Little brother and next door neighbour Le Petit Saigon is offering half banh mi and a bottle of Saigon beer for $58 5pm to 7pm weekdays too.

When: Mon-Fri 5pm-7pm. Sat-Sun 3pm-6pm.

 

Lily & Bloom
Krzsztof Gora
Restaurants, American

Lily & Bloom

icon-location-pin Central

Hip American bar and eatery Lily & Bloom offers a generous four hours of happy hour deals throughout the week. With selected cocktails, beers, wines and spirits starting at $30 and peaking at $100. With a reputation for quality and quirkiness, this is a solid after work pitstop. The deal is also available for a pre-LKF saturday evening option.

When: Mon-Fri 5pm-9pm. Sat 6pm-9pm.

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Restaurants, Italian

Linguini Fini

icon-location-pin Central

From the perennial happy hour masters who brought you the Stone Nullah Tavern and Posto Pubblico deals comes another crazy offer that definitely warrants a mention. This is a good one for the kind of after-work drinks where you want to forget your own name as soon as possible. All you can eat wings and fries, and all you can drink Pabst Blue Ribbon beers for a grand total of $98 – madness.

When: Mon-Fri 5pm-7pm.

Restaurants

Motorino

icon-location-pin Mid-Levels

Fancy an afternoon off? Gather three like-minded buddies and head to brick-oven pizzeria Motorino where you can enjoy four beers and a pizza for an astonishingly cheap $198. Or just go on your own. We won’t tell anyone.

When: Mon-Thu 3pm-6pm.

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Mrs Pound

icon-location-pin Sheung Wan

If you can find your way in – everyone knows about the secret door by now, though, right? – you’ll be rewarded with a solid after-work drinking den. Not the the cheapest of happy hours, true, with beer and wine from $50 and cocktails at $60, but Mrs Pound is a discerning lady – these are premium drinks. With snacks available from $21 too, pound for pound, you’re still getting one of the best deals in town.

When: Mon-Fri 5pm-7pm.

Restaurants

Posto Pubblico

icon-location-pin Central

Not all happy hour deals are created equal and sometimes you wonder why certain establishments bother advertising a happy hour when the offer is a cocktail that stills costs $150. Not so at New York Italian spot Posto Pubblico. They’ve gone insane. For $98 you get free-flow standard drinks – that means wine, beer and spirits – plus all you can eat cheese and charcuterie. Ridiculous!

When: Mon-Fri 5pm-7pm.

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