Bar

Review: Blue Supreme (Sheung Wan)

A new speciality beer bar tucked away in Sheung Wan’s Cat Street Market, with a focus on American bistronomy and bottle-conditioned Belgian ales, certainly doesn’t disappoint.

Review: Momentai (Sai Kung)

Sai Kung’s been waiting and anticipating a truly great craft beer bar. Residents and daytrippers alike should be pleased with this lovely family-friendly spot that’s opened on the waterfront, with 13 taps of local brews and a broad food menu with a bit of something for everyone.

Pilsner Urquell Tapster Competition

The famous Tapster Programme has come to our shores. Challenging the best of the best, cheer on your favourite Tapster as they try to create the perfect pour. The winner of the Tapster competition will have the opportunity to travel to Czech Republic and see how the well-loved beer is brewed. Na zdraví!

Review: Alvy's (Kennedy Town)

Contemporary New York-style pizzeria meets local craft beer in this delicious marriage of yeast and hops. Opened by Pat Gatherer (formerly of The Globe) and the Young Master Brewery team, the Western district just keeps getting cooler and cooler.

Review: Second Draft (Tai Hang)

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.

Review: Beef & Liberty (Central)

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.

Review: Beer & Fish (Tai Po)

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.

Review: Urban Park (Sheung Wan)

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).