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Fatty Crab HK

With its beautiful crowds, debaucherous theme nights (think Tinder Tuesdays) and all-you-can-eat bao events, this New York transplant has become one of the hottest spots in Hong Kong. While the…

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Sevva

Perhaps the most famous rooftop bar in Hong Kong, Sevva is the roost of bankers and foreigners looking for the iconic skyline view. They serve dinner, but it’s expensive, so…

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Honi Honi

Hong Kong’s first and only tiki bar is worth a stop if only for its impressive rum collection and buzzing outdoor terrace. Stop by for a few frosty post-work drinks…

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Brickhouse

Hidden up an alleyway amidst Hong Kong’s sloppiest bar district, this Mexican restaurant has managed to remain a guaranteed good-time spot. The cramped space looks like a run-of-the-mill hipster joint…

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The Woods

Perhaps Hong Kong’s most high-concept cocktail bar, The Woods is all about obsessively local and seasonal cocktails. The drink list overflows with exotic ingredients like beetroot-infused gin. Hidden in a basement, smack…

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The Envoy

The very trendy Envoy is one of Hong Kong’s best hotel bars. Upstairs in the buzzing Pottinger Hotel, it boasts a library of a spirits and deft bartenders to employ…

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Captain’s Bar

The Captain’s Bar, a subterranean watering hole off the lobby of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, is—at over 50 years old—one of the oldest bars in the city. It exudes old-world…