Hong Kong Brew House Basement in 21 D’Aguilar St is the home of Open Mic
every Wednesday night.Show start at 8 Free drink for performers. Best food in town grate friendly atmosphere. Regular show are listed on the www.comedy.hk web site.You can see local comedian and international star in a very relax environment, best place in town, call 25225559 for reservations
This coming Saturday 7 th of Aril,special comedy show start at 9pm,with international comedians
Dress Code: Sense of Homer
I highly recommend that people visiting Hong Kong should see the light show across Victoria Harbour from the Kowloon side of the habour. The best place to see the laser light show is from the harbour front close to the Star Ferry terminal.
All the skyscrapers light up and flash to the sound of the music, its amazing sight and sound that I will never forget.
The light show starts at 8pm each night of the week.
Kowloon is very easy to get to by either the world famous Star Ferry or the Metro system (Kowloon station).
Do not let the name of the place steer you wrong, this is not a questionable venue, but rather just a quiet, hidden place that only locals know. For for that part, even most of the locals do not know it exists!!
The place does not have a sign, nor lights on the outside. That's part of the charm. From the outside, with dark curtains hanging in the windows of the tall doors, it looks like an abandoned storefront.
But try the doors anyway and you will find the place alive inside with locals. It is a chill bar, with soft music and comfortable seats. The decorations are set to time dated in the Victorian eras. The decor is quite nice, but the establishment, in their hopes to keep the place mostly a word-of-mouth venue does not allow pictures of the place from the inside (photos of people are OK, but the decor is not).
Dress Code: Casual to formal dress is appropriate.
This place is really racist and will use any excuse to refuse to serve anyone non caucasian. I used to go there with my friends but started noticing that the staff behind the bar would be very rude to any local Chinese or non whites coming into the bar, and would only serve them if they could produce a membership card. It's nothing special either, very run down drabby decor, okay drinks but certainly with such a racist vibe, I would not look kindly upon anyone who frequents such a racist place.
Dress Code: Casual
Lan Kwai Fong is perhaps Hong Kong's most popular and well known area for a night out. Boasting numerous bars, pubs, clubs and restaurants (comparable to SOHO in Manhattan and london or SOMA in San Francisco), it is a popular choice for the well off locals, expatriates and tourists. The high costs associated with the area makes this a relatively high class location (Local Beer like San Miguel, Heineken, Carlsberg, Cost about 40 to 50 HKD and 25-30 during Happy Hour), although the quality and reputation of this area is obvious virtually every night. Visiting on a Friday or Saturday night you may be overwhelmed by the enormous crowds that fill the streets (which are closed for several hours to vehicular traffic), with all bars having only standing room. It is interesting to see that, as mentioned, a majority of the crowds are in fact expatriates or international students. It is one of the few places in Hong Kong where English is the overwhelmingly predominant language, although many of the Chinese who are there are most likely to be bilingual.
Bars and Restaurants in Lan Kwai Fong
* Al's Diner
* Baci Italian Cuisine
* Bar George
* Café des Artistes
* Club 97
* Chef Restaurant & bar
* Post 97
* C Club
* DJ Bon
* Ha Ha
* Hei Hei
* Hong Kong Brewhouse
* Indochine 1929
* Jonathan Tong's Pizza Shack
* Kyoto Joe
* La Dolca Vita
* Midnight Express
* Red Rock
* Thai Lemongrass
* The Keg
* The Whiskey Priest
* Tokio Joe
* Twentyonetwentyone bar
* Yung Kee
Dress Code: Come As You May!
Wanchai is home of Suzie Wong , it was a popular area for the navy boys when they were on R&R in Hong Kong. Infamous girlie bars, have given way to a late night party place. Stylish bars are scattered around the throbbing beat of nightclubs Yet existing sauna signs and mama-sans, trying to tempt patrons, gives a glimpse of Wanchai's former fame.
Try Carnegie's on Lockhart Road, JJ's Grand Hyatt,1 Harbour Rd, or Tango Martini 3/F Empire Land Commercial Centre, 81-85 Lockhart Road, Wanchai.
Bars, restaurants and karaoke bars extend all the way down to Causeway Bay which is quite a lively area as well.
Lang Kwai Fong on HK Island is a big night spot area especially with businessman and Expat. There are many bars, cafes, delis, bistros and restaurants to choose from. Try Mad Dogs Century Square, 1 D'Aguilar St, or Dublin Jack, Cochrane St, Central. The California Tower building has many restaurants, cafes and clubs (D'Aguilar St, Lang Kwai Fong).
In the summer months, drinkers spill out into the narrow lanes to enjoy the balmy evenings in Lang Kwai Fong. Quieter during the week
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