FINDS short for..... Finland,Iceland,Norway,Denmark, Sweden is an ultra cool bar and restaurant in the Central section of town......tons, and tons of people fill this place, everybody trying to get a table on the outside patio overlooking the closed and packed streets below.....The bar has some 100 different types of Martini's and the prices range from 80 HKD to 160 HKD for drinks.....and a 10% service charge is added to the bill, so no tipping is required.....come early come late this place is always packed !!!!! Great place for drinks !!!! This is one of the places to be and be seen !!!
When we got there, it was empty by the time we left you couldn't even walk !!!!!
Dress Code: No Jeans , shorts, or flip flops !!!!
This nightclub is located in the main Central district.
The Club are also provides Cocktail and Buffet event parties for the rich and famous and all the fashion and media companies.
Monday to Friday / 11:00am to 02:00pm
Monday to Friday / 06:00pm to 09:00pm
Monday to Saturday / 09:00pm to 05:00am
Dress Code: No jeans or sneakers/trainers, must be very fashionable.
Only Fri + Sat are busy. All da ABC/CBC/BBC's (20-40) come here. Tons of hotties + hunks, during da holiday times ... as this is THE PLACE, for HIP-HOP, in Central
Quality R+B/Hip-Hop w/
DJ Thomas C (Fri) + DJ Gruv (fri/sat) + yeodie (sat : 11-3)
Dress Code: Just don't look like a COPLETE MUPPET !!
The Blue Bar inside the Four Seasons in Hong Kong is one of the best drinking spots in all of Hong Kong. Bring some serious cash, this place is pricey but the signature drinks they make are out of this world. The service is outstanding, and on the weekends this place is packed. Highly recommend this place ....
Dress Code: Dress to kill, place is Ultra HIP !!!!!
Last night I went to what I was told by a friend to be the coolest nightclub in Hong Kong. Unfortunately, dragon-i nightclub had these weird exhibits of live birds in cages that did not do much for my party mood… I felt so bad dancing and smoking and trying to have a good time while these miserable birds stared out at me from their tiny cages. I don’t know how the owners of the club could possibly have thought this would be cool?! The birds probably just wanted to go to sleep and they had all this loud music bellowing at them all night long. Today I stumbled upon this web page: http://action.petaasiapacific.com/ea-campaign/clientcampaign.do?ea.client.id=110&ea.campaign.id=3577&ea.param.extras=ea_source_code:papadvdipros~c=papdipr, apparently PETA is even campaigning for these birds freedom! I won’t be going to dragon-i again, talk about killing the fun.
1/5 is perfect when you still kinda wanna go out but you want something low key. Excellent wine list...try the African red blends - superb! The subtle backlighting and openness of the space is a more than welcome reprieve to the cramped hustle and bustle that is hong kong. no room for dancing at this joint. just stretch back and relax while letting the dj wind your day down.
Dress Code: Relaxed.
This place is like a breath of fresh air compared to some pretentious drinking joints in the city hotels. The joint is small, the service great (they speak Good English here!) and the prices even better. What's more it's in the cosy SOHO neighbourhood. Just go to the second storey and dine on tapas and sangrias under the stars at night.
Tip:Go for the tapas platter while you're at in, it comes with chunks of hot pita bread and delicious scoops of hummus ( chickpea dip) , baba ganoosh(eggplant dip), feta cheese, calamata olives and samosas.
Dress Code: Casual Chic, everyone's an expat or a chuppie (chinese yuppie) over here.
When I was still living in Singapore, I heard much about Felix, a swanky joint high atop Hong Kong's most prestigious hotel designed by the reknown French designer, Philippe Starck. So when my Singaporeans friends came over, I thought I could impress them with a visit there.
Well, we were impressed initially - when we took the lift, the lights dimmed red before the doors open to reveal....a really small eatery with an even smaller bar upstairs. Before we went upstairs for drinks, we did see some Starck impressions here and there, with the wavy walls and the famous chairs with imprints of Starck's unfortunate friends whose faces got turned into back cushions.
And that was it. The rest was just hoopla cooked by the media.
The bar was cramped and claustrophic with ceilings fit for hobbits, the service really crappy since the staff had the attention span of gnats and the marvellous views blocked by Venetian blinds.
To sum it all, it was a disappointment and a tourist trap that I got suckered into. I should have brought my friends to Aqua which was around the corner, sigh.
Dress Code: Dress like a rich hobbit. The place here is small and the food/drinks come at a price.
With beautiful Picassos paintings on the walls, antique, rugs and statues decorations, High back leather chair, this club definately looks good and luxury! Private kitchen style restaurnat offers everything from lobster risotto, foie gras to sticky rice. Wine, brandy and Scotch are the most popular drinks, as most regulars (rich and celebrities) tends to order by bottle. The crowd are 30+ age chic group (a bit pretentious though) and with DJ spinning some best house music in Hong Kong.
Dress Code: No trainers, flip flops, shorts.
Upscale and trendy cocktail bar and restaurant located in the Chater House, features DJ, Dance Floor, Live Music, Bottle Service. If you want to wine and dine with Hong Kong's elite & models & wannabes, dance the night away, this is the place to go. Prices are on the high end. Free admission. Monday DJ plays salsa 9pm-1am.
Dress Code: Trendy and stylish
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