Things are getting a little bit darker on Bridges Street, as The Bottle Shop Central has announced it will be closing its doors on March 19.
Don’t let its demure exterior fool you – with two separate kegerators and a cold room to serve their brews on 26 taps at three different recommended temperatures, this may be Hong Kong’s most sophisticated beer bar yet.
Founded by a group of friends with a mutual love of great beer, this humble tapas bar and lounge is a must-visit when in Macau.
The biggest Beef & Liberty truly shines in a sprawling 4,700sqft Lan Kwai Fong space. With an outdoor terrace, high ceilings, an expanded bar experience, live DJs on the weekends and much more, it’s a wonderful bar option in the heart of Lan Kwai Fong.
Food trucks on the rooftop? The Garage is now open for business at the Cordis hotel in Mong Kok, with 40 local and international brews.
TAPS Brewpub in Shenzhen is expanding their empire – in a huge way.
Hallelujah! For those of us living in the North (insert Game of Thrones reference here…) – no more 90-minute journey to Soho to get our hands on scrumptious beer-battered grub! Oh, and there’ll be 20 different craft beers available.
Forget sifting through 12-pages of delectable-sounding dishes, placing your orders, and then immediately second-guessing everything. Urban Park is taking it back-to-basics with a straightforward 2-Item-menu ($289).
With beer bars popping up all around town, it was inevitable that the movement would slowly breach into Kowloon! We venture over to ‘the dark side’ to experience WOFT’s enormous beer and cider menu.
Great beers and unique dishes with a Chinese twist. If you’re looking for a bar that’s true to our city’s colourful culture, 65 Peel is it.