Red Bar is a run-of-the mill bar and restaurant on the rooftop of the International Finance Center (Hong Kong’s second tallest building), but the rooftop terrace surrounding it is one of the city’s rare strips of public space. Because green space is almost unheard of in Hong Kong, this patch is always full of expats, local teens sand folks catching a lunch hour break overlooking the harbor. Red Bar also operates a small storefront where you can stock up on beers and mixed drinks to enjoy on the terrace.
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