In honour of the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus movement, the Ritz-Carlton is rolling out a trio of Bauhaus-inspired cocktails and a tapas plate at Ozone. In shape, colour and structure, the Bauhaus cocktails ($110 each) pay tribute to the movement’s most famous maestros — Moholy-Nagy, Albers and Klee — while three savoury bites and an artsy dessert ($298 per set) offer equal measures of photo ops and culinary satisfaction. Bonus tip: drop in on March 29, when award-winning bartender Zachary Connor de Git pays a visit to serve some of his signature cocktails (from $188). Mar 15-31.
Hong Kong Arts Month is in full swing. From world-class exhibitions to the city’s biggest and boldest art fairs, there’s no shortage of ways to dip your toes in the cultural waters this March. But creativity isn’t just confined to paintings and sculptures. These days, a plate or cocktail glass make just as fitting canvases for chefs and mixologists to showcase their artistic skills.
The results are often stunning too, whether it’s Mandarin Grill + Bar's fine-dining menu with cutting-edge art, brand-new cocktails at Dr Fern's Gin Parlour or Bauhaus-inspired food and drinks at the world's highest bar and restaurant, Ozone.
Whether you prefer plant-based cuisine, eight-course tasting menus or live performances with a side of limited-edition cocktails, March is your month in Hong Kong. Here’s our pick for the best ways to sink your teeth into all that Arts Month has to offer.
Recommended: Still hungry? Don't forget that the Taste of Hong Kong is happening this month. And if you love art but don't want to break the bank, check out Hong Kong's biggest street art festival, HK Walls.