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For those of you who’ve always aspired to drink as classily as James Bond, now you can at Foxglove with its newly launched Martini Cart, where you can order your own bespoke drink to be made table-side.
Celebrity chef and restaurateur Alvin Leung (the “Demon Chef”) goes Korean: teaming up with Korean head chef Yong Soo-do, who previously cheffed at Jinjuu and U-Hang, they’re behind Wan Chai’s newest Korean eatery Bib N Hops, which takes over the former space that Leung’s three-Michelin-starred Bo Innovation used to call home.
Who doesn't love a good boozy brunch? Line up the next seven weekends, because there's one for you to try in each one.
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We're kicking off November right, Hong Kong. From 1-10 November you'll be able to try 32 different cocktails themed after our city, at 32 participating bars.
Get hungry, folks: The annual CCB (Asia) Wine and Dine Festival returns this weekend (27-30 October) at the Central Harbourfront, bigger and better than before.
Halloween is just around the corner, and no doubt bars will be pulling up bottles of Baileys to make the ole' Brain Hemorrhage shooters left and right. But for those of you looking for an even more decadent treat, the Irish Cream liqueur brand's just launched a new, luxurious iteration of its classic drink that's pretty much made for chocoholics.
Part of the last phase of renovations at The Park Lane Hotel, which has been going on ever since Pullman Hotels took it under its wing a few years ago, is the refurbishing of its top floor restaurant, previously named Riva, and turning it into the uber-sleek rooftop and terrace bar it is today: Skye.
Hong Kong's biggest beer festival turns five years old this year, with more food, more music and more fun! Near this year, there will be a colourful shisha garden, complete with grass and beanbag chairs, to go along with four fun, themed seating areas. Uber-popular Central bar The Woods will be serving up exclusive craft beer cocktail creations, showcasing the versatility and creativity of craft beer while also giving attendees choices beyond cider and beer.
Head over to K-town’s microbrewery Little Creatures this week, and you’ll find a signature beer new to this Hong Kong branch has been added to its taps—the Pilsner, which recently took home the title of Champion Australian Craft Beer at the 2016 Craft Beer Awards in Brisbane.