With its ‘fragrance laboratory’ and flavour infusions, craft beer bar The Artist House might be an ale purist’s worst nightmare. However, the truth is it’s one of Hong Kong’s best beer bars. It’s stunningly cheap (a bottle goes for a very reasonable $58) and the four standard offerings – blonde, IPA, white and raspberry – are all very good. Look past its gimmicks and this is a great place to get some suds, as well as quality coffee too.
We all know Causeway Bay is home to numerous shopping malls like Times Square, Sogo, Hysan Place and Lee Garden. But the neighbourhood boasts a lot of hidden gems too and shouldn’t be avoided just because it’s perpetually crowded. There are exciting VR gaming venues popping up and venues for indoor activities, such as mini golf and pool. Not to mention, there are plenty of quality eateries and restaurants tucked around every corner. It’s never boring in Causeway Bay, so here’s our pick of the best things to do and places to eat in this densely-populated hood.
RECOMMENDED: It’s not always sunny in Hong Kong. Thankfully, there’s a ton of great things to do in Causeway Bay and all over town on a rainy day.