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New bars to try in Hong Kong now

The city’s new drinking spots that should be on your radar

Tatum Ancheta
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Tatum Ancheta
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With bars and restaurants now operating past midnight, Hong Kong's nightlife scene is once again bustling. Though the challenges of the pandemic forced some familiar watering holes to close down, some of these old spaces have now been taken over by new venues, giving us more options for after-work drinks in the city. So, whether you are looking for a hip new hangout spot, a hidden bar, a new rooftop bar, or a cafe-cum-bar, read below for a list of new drinking dens to add to your bar-hopping itinerary. 

We will continue to update this list so you can keep tabs on new openings throughout the year, so bookmark this page! 

RECOMMENDED: Looking for new bites in the city? Check out this list of new restaurants to try in Hong Kong

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  • Restaurants
  • Central

Ami and Wood Ear is the latest venue from the makers of Épure and Arbor. Located on the third floor of Landmark, the restaurant serves Parisian cuisine alongside a bar dedicated to fine whisky. Wood Ear houses over 400 labels of whiskies sourced from auctions and private collectors from all over the world. Along with a menu of whisky-based cocktails, guests can sample a range of rare whiskies, including Hanyu Ichiro’s Malt The Colored Joker and Glen Grant 1955 60 years old La Maison Du Whisky, Martin’s 1960s 12-year-old Circa, and Langs 1940’s Extra Special Old Liqueur. 

  • Bars and pubs
  • Causeway Bay

Brought to you by the same people behind InterContinental Grand Stanford's 1920s-style Tiffany's New York Bar, A.P.E (A Perfect Escape) is a small hidden whisky bar tucked inside Esc coffeeshop in Tin Hau. Compared to its older sibling, A.P.E is more relaxed with a raw industrial design made for a younger crowd. The menu features over 30 bottles of Scotch from Speyside, Highland, Islay, and Lowland regions which can be tasted in three flight selections or as 30ml single drams (from $80 to $520 depending on the bottle. You can find whiskies from Independent Bottlers Douglas Laing, Thompson Bros, Elixir Distillers, Asta Morris, among others, as well as Original Bottlings from Ardbeg, Clynelish, Lagavulin, Bruichladdich, and Auchentoshan distilleries. Those who want to drink cocktails can also choose from six classic whisky cocktails, including highball, Old Fashioned, Boulevardier, and whisky sour ($90 per glass). Complimenting the drinks are sweet and savoury dishes that include cold cuts, nachos, fish and chips, creamy kimchi carbonara, and other desserts like churros and a whisky-infused raisin trifle (tip: order an extra shot of smoky whisky and drizzle it on the trifle for added depth). 

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  • Bars and pubs
  • Central

Barcode – bar, coffee, dessert – is a new hip coffee shop on Glenealy in Central. The shop serves snacks, desserts, and hand drip coffee in the morning, but once the clock strikes six, a hidden room will welcome you for some after-work drinks. Helmed by tea-cocktail connoisseur and Tell Camellia's co-founder Gagan Gurung together with bar manager and London Essence Co's brand ambassador Natalie Lau, this intimate after dark spot serves classic cocktails – Old Fashioned, Bees Knees, negroni, margarita, daiquiri, and martini – and signature mixes –  like the gin-based Rest of the Time ($100) (blended with rooibos tea, coconut, and fresh raspberry) and Peanut Butter Whiskey Sour ($100) (made with chamomile honey, lemon juice, egg white, peanut butter fat-washed whisky) – that those with a sweet tooth will enjoy. 

  • Bars and pubs
  • Central

Tucked away on the dark second floor of Amber Lodge on Hollywood Road is a hidden oasis called Zzura, a Sahara desert-inspired bar located in the former space of whisky joint ThirtySix Bar & Co. Designed by NC Design & Architecture, the same firm that created the interiors of Foxglove, the interior features clean, minimal, and polished desert hues in soft white and muted neutrals with peach undertones and contrasting pops of green and orange on the furnishings – a far cry from the intimate and dimly lit speakeasy-style bars in the city. Familiar faces behind the bar include Tell Camellia co-owner Gagan Gurung and Princebir Singh, former head bartender of Zuma. Expect spice-infused cocktails highlighting Middle-Eastern flavours that include an easy-to-drink cocktail called Kafyar ($120) – made with Finnish low ABV spirit Kaska infused with Earl Grey Tea, blended with kaffir lime leaves syrup and lemon juice – and Around The Globe ($120) cocktail made with cumin-infused Brazilian cachaça Abelha, yuzu juice, and cumin syrup served with eye-catching, citrus-smoke filled edible bubble.

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  • Bars and pubs
  • Tsim Sha Tsui

A new watering hole with al fresco seating in TST just opened this month, and it's offering Japanese-Italian fusion cuisine, signature cocktails designed for summer, and shisha services. Located on the 4th floor of boutique hotel Attitude at Granville Road, the venue ​​takes up the old spot of Urban bar. The Pearl provides an indoor and outdoor area and a long bar where people can watch bartenders behind the stick. The resto-bar is the brainchild of its co-owner, artist and interior designer Rolland Cheung, whose artworks are seen all over the venue, from hand-made resin art pieces and the dining tables. Tuck into signature dishes like the linguine pasta served in creamy uni sauce topped with fresh uni ($218) or the restaurant's special Roast Whole Chicken ($488; pre-order one day in advance) stuffed with black truffle and served with Japanese Nanohana and Matsutake. Wash it down with a rum-based cocktail, The Creation of Adam ($128), made with pineapple, apricot liqueur, and lemon juice, or go for a more potent drink Orange Gem ($148) made with Laphroaig 10 YO, Aperol, Dolin Vermouth, orange bitters, garnished with smoked pancetta. 

  • Bars and pubs
  • Central

One of the most awaited openings in the city this summer, Four Seasons Hotel's new innovative bar Argo – the latest project from Four Season's beverage manager and Time Out's 2020 Bartender of the Year, Lorenzo Antinori – just docked in Hong Kong, and it's here to challenge the way we think about drinks. Officially opening its doors on July 15, the new bar replaces the former Blue Bar located in the hotel's lobby and marks the second phase of the hotel's renovation. Argo highlights innovative spirits and offers a cocktail menu called 'Here Today, Gone Tomorrow' featuring ingredients at risk of becoming endangered in the future  – coffee, honey, rice, cacao, vanilla, and apples. Spirit aficionados can explore new bottles – available in 50ml shots, tasting flights, or as a classic cocktail – with the help of the bar's spirit bible, 'Field Guide to the World's Innovative Spirits', that highlights each bottle's unique story and origin. Interesting bottlings include the world's first AI-created gin Monker's Garkel, lab-made whisky Glyph, Argo's very own signature gin crafted with Never Never Distilling Co ($880 a bottle; or with a martini glass at $1020), and other quirky spirits that break away from traditional production. I enjoyed so many cocktails from the menu, but must-tries include the Single Origin Negroni ($140), a well rounded Negroni with subtle chocolate flavours, aged in cocoa pods from Malaysia; Argo Martini ($150) – served two ways: citrus or savoury – made with the bar's signature gin and it's not shaken or stirred but topped with seasonal hydrosols, also known as 'flower waters,' produced by distilling fresh ingredients like herbs and fruits with water; and a delicious clarified milk punch – a crowd favourite – Bark, Leaf & Love ($140) served in a ceramic glass. 

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  • Bars and pubs
  • Central

Those with a penchant for spirited drinks will love this new 20-seater bar on the mezzanine floor of the new European brasserie Margo. Named after Scottish engineers William Kyle and John Bain, who set up Hong Kong's first ice plant in the 1870s, Kyle & Bain – helmed by The Diplomat's co-founder John Nugent – is a martini-focused bar that pays tribute to the history of Ice House Street. But sorry, James Bond, Kyle & Bain only serve their martini stirred, not shaken, and the same goes for other drinks. Taste a rotating list of martini classics and exciting twists that focuses on spirits, ice, and vermouth. Try any of the martini cocktails or the herbal gimlet ($140) – one of the best gimlets we've had recently – made with two kinds of gin and housemade salad cordial garnished with truffled lime. If you want to catch John behind the stick, drop by Mondays to Wednesdays, sit by the bar and watch him make perfectly balanced martinis. 

  • Restaurants
  • Soho

If you miss travelling to Japan, this new Peel Street venue taking over the spot of short-lived Mamma Always Said brings a taste of the Okinawa Prefecture – the tropical side of Japan located on the southwestern tip of the archipelago – to this bustling strip in Central. Named after the Okinawan distilled spirit awamori – Japan's oldest distilled spirit, crafted from a unique black koji mould indigenous to Okinawa – the bar aims to feature one expression from all of Okinawa's 47 awamori distilleries in its bar stock. This month, you can take advantage of their boozy brunch package. Awa Awa's brunch starts at 12nn every Saturday and Sunday, and for an additional $198, you can sip on Awa punch, beer, sake, rosé, and sparkling wine. Along with bottle offerings, you can also try their new cocktails, which include Awa Awa's riff to the classic The Last Word called The Last Attempt, using an Okinawa Gin and served with a housemade Maraschino Umeboshi made with ripe ume cooked with spice, maraschino liqueur and cherry brandy. 

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  • Bars and pubs
  • Soho

It's hard to miss the retro cinema sign with the words "On your mark, get set, go! In your mind, get seat, drink! – Finding Daisy" when you're walking on Elgin Street. Underneath the sign and behind the red curtains is one of the new openings in the area, a theatre-themed bar called Finding Daisy headed by seasoned Hong Kong bartenders Max Bajracharya and Rai Amrit. Expect signature twists to classic cocktails like the spicy margarita Spicy Rancho, a pink version of French 75 called Lick It Like You Mean It, and their gibson remix called Daisy's Gambit. 

  • Bars and pubs
  • Central

We've seen a few apothecary-themed bars in the city lately – and why not, with the times we are in, a cocktail is just what the doctor ordered – and this latest opening on Wyndham Street is named exactly that, Apothecary, and it aims to cure whatever ails you with their botanical-inspired concoctions. Behind the bar, you'll see familiar faces from the bar industry – co-founder and operations manager Austen Lendrum (formerly of Foxglove), co-founder and director Lik Hang-fung (formerly of Boba Bear), and head mixologist Joe Wong (formerly of J. Boroski and Coa). The menu, called The Herbalist's Notebook, offers 12 cocktails focused on using herbs and spices, but if you think it might be too strong, too bitter or spicy, it's quite the contrary. The cocktails are well balanced and use a lot of infusion and clarification methods, so most of the cocktails are delicate, smooth, and easy to drink, which might be a bit sneaky because its got a lot more kick than you'd think. Start with the delicate Wolf Peach Highball ($130) – made with gin and dry shiso-infused umeshu topped with homemade tomato soda, served in a highball glass coated with plum salt – before working your way to Newton's Punch ($130) – made with clarified chestnut Scotch, Drambuie, almond, and chocolate bitters – and my personal favourite, the nutty whisky-based cocktail As Luck Would Have It ($130) – made with pomelo and grapefruit marmalade infused Talisker 10 YO, Fernet Hunter Granit, fino sherry, lapsang souchong tincture, served in an Old Fashioned glass half-rimmed with powdered seaweed.  

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  • Bars and pubs
  • Lan Kwai Fong

There's a new club in town, and its got a skydeck overlooking great views of the city (previously occupied by rooftop bar Ce La Vie). If you're missing club Volar – formerly located in the basement of LKF Group's California Tower – just think of this location as an elevated version of it, now with sweeping views of the concrete jungle complete with an inflatable spaceship and other outer-space gimmicks. The place is operating under the vaccine bubble so those who already got their jabs can start heading there from 4pm and enjoy a night of revelry until 3.59am on weekdays and Saturdays and until midnight on Sundays. 

  • Bars and pubs
  • Soho

Taking over the former spot of Caribbean themed bar Rummin' Tings underneath the Soho escalator is Artisan Brewer, a cafe, taproom, and wine bar from the makers of the Artisan Butcher in Sai Ying Pun. The place offers lunch and dinner and all-day breakfast on weekends. Guests can also enjoy 20 beers on tap and various bottles of wine. Take advantage of their two-hour craft beer and wine free-flow (Brunch set + $138; $238 for drinks only) available on weekends and public holidays.  

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  • Bars and pubs
  • Wan Chai

For a no-fuss sake drinking experience, make your way to Wan Chai and knock on the new hidden bar Heya. Heya, which means room in Japanese, is a cosy little nook tucked on the fourth floor of Winner Commercial Building on Lockhart Road. This new 18-seater drinking den serves over 30 labels of sake – which you can order per glass ($50 to $100 per glass; $250/flight of three) or bottle, for dine-in or takeaway – sourced from lesser-known breweries in Japan, along with shochu, whisky, fruit liquor, and Suntory beers on draft ($48/glass). Light bites are available on the menu and it includes a homemade Cantonese soup to warm the stomach. But what's great about the space is you can bring your own food (no extra fee), and co-owner Sean Li will gladly help you pair your food with the right bottle of sake. From our last visit, we enjoyed a box of pizza paired with a 2017 Kakeya Junmai Muroka Nama Genshu ($70/glass; $380 bottle) – an umami sake with subtle notes of ripe apples and spices. You can also order bottles sold at an affordable retail price, and the bar will deliver them to you for free even on single purchases to Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, and New Territories.

To reserve a seat or order a bottle of sake, call 3188 9201. Follow them on Heya Hongkong on Instagram for updates.  

  • Bars and pubs
  • Sheung Wan

Adding to the stream of new coffee shops in the city, Dio is the latest addition to the Kau U Fong neighbourhood. Co-founded by restaurant industry veterans Bar Buonasera bar manager Nick Tse and former Shangri-La Group F&B marketing manager Billy Ha, the venue serves artisan cuppa by day and curated wines and cocktails at night. The coffee shop is backed by the baristas from North Point coffee house Coffee Obsession and utilises beans from local roaster Cotton Mutton. Expect pour-overs of single-origin coffees and espresso-based drinks using the shop exclusive blend of Brazilian and Colombian coffee. The bar serves affordable, refreshing cocktails curated by Nick and a selection of liquor, sake, and wine ($200 to 400), including back vintage wines ($900 to $1200) ranging from the 60s to 90s, which customers can buy to consume on the premises or to takeaway. Drop by for a hot cuppa or grab any of the back vintage bottles while they last. 

 

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  • Bars and pubs
  • Soho

Inspired by bars that your high-end restaurant bartenders actually drink and hang out at, this new bar is the kind of place where you go to get quality drinks after a stressful day at work. This new gastropub is created by three culinary industry veterans, Bikal Ghale, Ashok Lama, and Ganga Gurung, who have worked at popular spots like Carbone, Veda, and Buenos Aires Polo Club. Expect dishes like chicken and mushroom pie ($88), and cajun fried chicken ($148 for a half; $280 for a whole), and twists to classic cocktails (starts at $68) like Martinez, Last Word, and highballs, with an addition of their signature tea gimlet called Oolong Sour made with oolong milk tea-infused gin. Other drinks on the menu include beers on tap like Stella Artois and Goose Island IPA, and a wine list focused on Old World wines.  

  • Bars and pubs
  • Central

Sitting on the 25th floor of Mandarin Oriental is the The Aubrey, the latest dining concept from the group behind popular Hong Kong restaurants such as Mott 32 and Limewood. The venue features three different bar experiences in which guests will enjoy Japanese craft cocktails, Japanese whiskies, and of course, Japanese cuisine. Heading The Aubrey's bar programme is popular local mixologist Devender Sehgal, formerly the bar manager at Otto e Mezzo Bombana. Expect a core selection of highballs and a chuhai cocktail menu – a rotating selection of three seasonal cocktails using a singular Japanese ingredient – at The Main Bar. Guests can elevate their drinking experience at the four-person Omakase Cocktail Bar where the talented bar team at The Aubrey will take guests on a unique drinks journey using Japanese spirits and flavours. If you have a penchant for Champagne or sake, head over to the third bar serving exactly that, plus oysters on the side including a selection of sake sparklers. 

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  • Bars and pubs
  • Tsuen Wan

If you’re looking to check out a new cafe and bar concept, head to The Mills in Tsuen Wan and grab a few drinks at local gin Perfume Trees’s new drinking den. The new venue opened in early February as a tasting room where guests can sample and learn more about the local craft gin. Aside from gin, the venue also serves a range of cocktails featuring creative uses of Perfume Trees, coffee, and tea crafted by Perfume Trees Gin co-founder Kit Cheung together with bartenders Fei Lee (former bartender of Bar Buonasera) and Mandy Mok (first runner-up of HK Brewers Cup Championship and Hong Kong Coffee in Good Spirits Championship). Those who have a penchant for CBD can also try the venue’s CBD-infused coffees and alcoholic mixes. The tasting room is also serving omakase cocktails so you can drop by and tell the bartenders your drink preferences, and they’ll whip it up for you. Be sure to catch Tankyu Distillery’s regular tasting workshops running from Mondays to Sundays. 

  • Bars and pubs
  • Soho

The Last Resort is something between a dive, back-alley, or roadside bar – except friendlier, made for those who've had a tough day and need to see a friendly face, or drown their sorrows. Inspired by gritty roadside pit stops and rural small-town drinking, the bar offers a wallet-friendly menu with  approachable and straightforward drinks reminiscent of your college days. Expect beers ($40 to $50), wine ($40/glass, $180/bottle), and servings of cocktails that include whiskey apple, bourbon Coke, rum sour, vodka cranberry, Margarita, and Long Island Iced Tea (all at $50/serving). 

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  • Restaurants
  • Italian
  • Wan Chai

One of The Hari hotel’s newest F&B facilities, Lucciola, is a restaurant and bar offering reinvented Italian culinary classics headed by executive chef Francesco Gava. Aside from sumptuous Italian cuisine, Lucciola offers a selection of aged liquor served from the bar’s digestif trolley and a range of classic cocktails like Martini, Manhattan, Negroni (all $98), spritz such as Bellini and Rossini ($108), and sours like Il Tano ($108) made with gin, grapefruit oleo saccharum, rosemary, lemon juice, and olive brine, and Napoleone ($108) made with Italicus di Bergamotto, orange, lemon juice, sage, and pasteurised egg white. For wine lovers, the venue also offers wine by the glass or bottle from Italy and other parts of the world. 

  • Restaurants
  • Spanish
  • Lan Kwai Fong

If you haven’t been out and about, you’ve probably missed the hip new look of Lan Kwai Fong hotspot Cassio. So if you’re planning to grab some drinks with your friends soon, head out to Cassio and check out its new interior designed by Daft Punk's former creative director Cédric Hervet, and his cousin, Nicolas Hervet. The old dining area is now replaced by a 1970s sci-fi-inspired chic lounge in custom-made furniture and new light fixtures, with a swanky spaceship-like DJ booth at the centre. The artworks displayed on the walls come from the personal collection of Cassio owner Gilbert Yeung and features drawings created by Japanese graphic artist Naijel Graph who designed the Cassio logo. For guests opting for a more exclusive spot, they can book the two VIP tables called Tony and Montana, which accesses a secret room with a private bar exclusively serving the VIP spot. Expect Spanish tapas and craft cocktails from the bar programme that includes new signature drinks Scarface ($130) made with bourbon fat-washed with white truffle oil, honey, lemon, black walnut bitter, and Mango Fuego ($130) made with mezcal, mango, citrus, chilli, and simple syrup. 

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  • Bars and pubs
  • Central

Japanese cocktail hotspot Bar De Luxe has moved from the 30th floor of Asia Pacific Centre to their new H Code location in Pottinger Street. Known for its authentic Ginza flavour and experience, the bar was brought to Hong Kong in 2017 by legendary bartender Hidetsugu Ueno, founder of the famous Tokyo bar Bar High Five. The new venue now sits on a 1700sq ft spot which is bigger than their old space and can fit 120 guests (standing)The bar's new setup highlights a striking ceiling and lighting fixture inspired by the skeleton of Japanese oil-paper umbrellas called wagasa, an essential accessory for Japanese tea ceremony and kabuki theatre. Mixologist Ivin Hui travelled all the way to Japan to train under Mr Ueno's guidance and is now heading the team of bartenders in Bar de Luxe. The menu, which is the highlight of the bar, still carries cocktails created from the same meticulous Japanese mixology that Bar de Luxe guests have been used to. 

  • Bars and pubs
  • Causeway Bay

Mong Kok's The Madhouse Taproom – a beer bar offering 20 draft taps of craft beers and a bottle selection from around the world – branched out to Causeway Bay with the opening of their new taproom, The Madhouse CWB, decked in a Carnival themed interior design. The new beer den is offering a variety of limited-edition dessert dark beer – available in Asia for the first time – from the Amundsen Bryggeri winery from Oslo, Norway. Grab any of Amundsen's Dessert in a Can beers or enjoy a draft beer on the tap which includes a Rocky Road Ice Cream, Blueberry Pancake, and Neapolitan Ice Cream. For beer lovers with a penchant for whisky, you can indulge in Bourbon Aged Whiskey in Barrel Dark Beers available in three different flavours – rocky road ice cream, sea salted caramel chocolate chip cookies, and peanut butter caramel crisp jam doughnut.

  • Bars and pubs
  • Central

Bar veterans and founders of The Old Man Agung Prabowo and Roman Ghale have finally opened the highly-anticipated Penicillin in Central. Touted as the first eco-conscious bar in Hong Kong, the cocktail menu, titled You Gotta Sustain it, is divided into three sections and focuses on locally sourced or upcycled ingredients and stays as authentic as possible to the flavours of Hong Kong. The menu includes a Penicillin section highlighting a series of drinks inspired by the original Penicillin cocktail, offering cocktails like Something Clear ($90) – infused with goat's milk whiskey, clarified citrus, ginger honey wine, and a smoky flame – and Foraged and Found ($90) – made with locally foraged ingredients such as wild oregano and gooseberry. For the more adventurous, there's an On-and-Off section, a rotating selection of cocktails made with seasonal local farm produce and ingredients. The last part of the menu offers non-alcoholic Organic Ferments, which highlights Penicillin's selection of fermented ingredients. 

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  • Bars and pubs
  • Lan Kwai Fong

Dead & (pronounced "dead end") is the latest bar co-venture by bar industry veteran's Agung Prabowo and Roman Ghale. Located at the end of Wo On Lane in Lan Kwai Fong, the new watering hole is a traditional dive bar offering affordable drinks and a party vibe that can spill out onto the streets of LKF and to the amphitheatre next door. According to Agung, the bar aims to compete with 'club 7-Eleven' more than the bars in the surrounding area as cheap booze is good at attracting hordes of Hongkongers to LKF.  

  • Restaurants
  • Central

Honky Tonks Tavern is a restaurant, wine and cocktail bar from the group behind Shady Acres with Ryan Nightingale and Mike Watt. Taking over Les Fils à Maman's former location in Man Hing Lane, Honky Tonks Tavern is backed by familiar fixtures from the F&B scene. Behind the bar is Edgarito Santillan (formerly Terrible Baby) and Adam Schmidt (formerly PDT), while chef Andrew Mast (formerly Chinched, Newfoundland, Canada) is in the kitchen, with Matt Richardson (formerly Ho Lee Fook and Aaharn) managing the front of the house.

Expect servings of Nashville hot chicken, non-classic thin pizzas, and a variety of nostalgic American grub that can be paired with Australian natural lo-fi wines. For easy-breezy, happy hours, the cocktail programme will include long drinks, spritzes, and highballs that people can enjoy at the large u-shaped bar. 



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  • Bars and pubs
  • Craft beer pubs
  • Mong Kok

After closing down their original venue last September, Tap - The Ale Project reopened their taproom just two doors down from its previous location, on Hak Po Street in Mong Kok. The new taproom, which is no so different from the previous Tap, offers casual vibes with 18 craft beer taps to choose from, as well as a revamped food menu that includes new dishes and fan favourites from the past. The new interior remains stripped back to better showcase the beer taps themselves and feature everything from locally brewed beers to experimental beers fermented with a cocktail of wild yeasts.

  • Bars and pubs
  • Cocktail bars
  • Tsim Sha Tsui East

Located in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui East's waterfront, Boticario aims to transport cocktail lovers to 1920s Buenos Aires, a time when Argentina was one of the wealthiest countries in the world. This new cocktail den features a two-level cocktail bar and grill with both indoor and al fresco seating. Staying true to the theme, the bar's cocktail menu combines the herbal healing traditions of South America's pharmacies with the timeless heritage of spirit botanicals while the food on offer showcases Mediterranean and Latin dishes. Expect a menu of craft spirits and drinks made with homemade sodas, phosphates (citrus substitute), tonics, tinctures, and infusions. 

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  • Bars and pubs
  • Café bars
  • Tin Hau

Enjoy coffee by day and cocktails by night at Tin Hau's newly-opened cafe and bar Superhooman. Located next to boutique hotel Tuve, this new hangout spot features a pan-Asian food menu and craft cocktails created by consulting bartender Shelley Tai (bar manager of Singapore bar Nutmeg & Clove). The cocktail programme offers eight signature drinks ($118/order) three of which are served on draught. Cocktails include a riff on a classic espresso martini, Superhooman Espressotini, a herbal sour Wake-Up-Call, and a fruity take on the classic aperitif, Rhubarb Negroni. 

  • Bars and pubs
  • Tsim Sha Tsui East

Another recent opening joining the lineup of bars in Tsim Sha Tsui East is Avenue 75, an intimate cocktail bar and restaurant serving Asian-inspired tapas and craft cocktails. Helmed by bartender Shane Siu – who is also the creative mind and hands behind the venue's wall paintings – the cocktail programme takes inspirations from the famous artworks of masters such as French artist Paul Cézanne, Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer, and Russian avant-garde artist Kazimir Severinovich Malevich. Sample cocktails like the pandan-flavoured Diamond Black, coffee-laced Poker Soul, and creamy concoction See My Pearl, among others.  

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