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.
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!
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