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Modern Bar Interiors in Hong Kong is our topic for today’s article. We will show you some amazing bar interiors so you can get ideas for your bar or next project.
In Hong Kong, as you navigate the collision of temples, street food vendors, congested streets, and neon signage, it’s all too easy to experience sensory overload.
There are many fantastic options if you’re seeking a nice cocktail in the Hong Kong bar scene. Here are 6 of Hong Kong’s top bars right now to help you locate your perfect drink.
The Old Man pays homage to the liquors and concoctions Hemingway favoured by drawing ideas from his books, historical events, and folklore, employing unusual ingredients, and other culinary flourishes.
Ice was originally considered to be a luxury in colonial Hong Kong in the late 1800s. Giant ice blocks were transported at great expense from New England’s frozen ponds, passing through the Cape of Good Hope, to the Fragrant Harbour, where they were ultimately dropped off to escape the humid embrace of South Asia’s climate. Ice wasn’t a common product in Hong Kong until two businessmen and inventors named William Kyle and John Bain created the first ice maker.
Cocktail lounge DarkSide serves old cigars, rare aged liquor, and traditional drinks while sensuous live jazz plays in the background. DarkSide gained praise as one of “Asia’s 50 Best Bars” for two years in a row as well as “World’s 50 Best Bars 2021” in addition to being named “Best Hotel Bar” and “Best Bar of the Year” in 2021 by Timeout Hong Kong. Its dark spirits selection dates back to the early 19th century and includes a distinctive blend of cognac made by the award-winning bar team, in addition to a vast library of superb rum, whiskey, and calvados. The drink menu honours Kowloon’s “Dark Side” moniker and focuses on time-honoured customs modernised with cutting-edge methods.
Evening entertainment with international jazz performers is combined with an enhanced cocktail menu of light fare and mixologist-prepared cocktails.
Foxglove is tucked away in the name-brand umbrella store in the financial district of Hong Kong. Grab the right umbrella handle in the back of the shop (hint: it’s silver), and a door to a speakeasy known for its retro aeroplane-inspired decor, jazz nights, and martini cart open.
The Social Den is a trendy, Polynesian-themed pub with fantastic happy hours, DJs playing live music, and bartenders with years of experience crafting inventive creative drinks behind the counter. Chef Moi Garcia has created Polynesian and Cantonese bar nibbles, like char siu pork neck with mangosteen chutney vinaigrette and crispy zucchini chips with salted egg aioli. Expect Chinese liquor-based cocktails with exotic fruit flavours.
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