So the 6th July is ‘Fried Chicken Day’ and honestly we do not really need a special day to eat fried chicken, we just love it and for us every month there is a Fried Chicken Day! So Deliveroo is letting us all know the great selection of fried chicken that you can order not just on the 6th July, but all the time through their app.
In addition to this extra reason to order some tasty fried chicken the football is on too, so why not join us in an order while the games are on too.
Well it is finally happening. This weekend will be the last time you can dance and party at FLY as it will be closing this month.
We personally have had some great nights there from seeing international and local DJs keep us inside until the early hours! So if in town, do go and say goodbye!
Hong Kong really does have an amazing selection of wines available for the public to enjoy and we outline some of the best wine bars in the city where you can enjoy a glass/bottle or two.
Whisky is a pretty popular beverage in Hong Kong with a wide variety from around the world on offer in the city. With that more and more whisky bars are opening up and Hong Kong also has a whisky festival. Below is our list of recommended venues around the city for you to try out.
Do let us know if you think we missed anywhere that you think should be mentioned.
I do not know about you, but we love our chicken wings. In Hong Kong there really are a lot of options as most international restaurants have them on the menu as a starter, especially the American restaurants. We have listed our favs that are all over Hong Kong and also one in Macau (Hard Rock Cafe).
Gaucho Hong Kong has launched a Sunday Night Roast menu!
For only HK$299, guests will have a choice between five mains accompanied by an assortment of British side dishes.
Jamie’s Italian Hong Kong has launched all-you-can-eat pizza parties in both Causeway Bay and Tsim Sha Tsui locations.
You can also get a variety of seasonally inspired dishes, but when we saw this we just saw pizza and was sold!
Jason Greenhalgh (Q-Project) and Paul Smith (Spinback) first met in 1987 - brought together through a mutual love of hip-hop music. By 1991, Spinback was an established DJ, gracing the decks at events week in week out, while Q-Project entered the studio to begin production.
Over the last few years there has been a massive surge in breweries in Hong Kong. We have put together the full list of those that provide great beer in Hong Kong, but not imported, actually made here. This is a big task as rent is generally high across the city so all these breweries need to make sure they can make great beer as well as something that people can afford.
Friday, 13th July we welcome Ryan Crosson (co-founder of Visionquest) for an exclusive night at Yojimbo!
Born and raised on a steady diet of post-apocalyptic landscapes, dark warehouses, and the sounds of Plastikman, Matthew Dear, Magda, and Villalobos, Ryan’s DJ sets expand the horizon of possibility without sacrificing dance music’s core element of sweaty, hedonistic fun. His unique musical vocabulary and tireless dedication ensure him a place in the dynasty of forward-thinking techno transplants.