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  • 1. Aqua Spirit

    Tsim Sha Tsui | Bars/Pubs

    Inside an impressive curvaceous skyscraper, this very cool bar sits on the mezzanine level of the top floor. The high ceilings and glass walls...

    Inside an impressive curvaceous skyscraper, this very cool bar sits on the mezzanine level of the top floor. The high ceilings and glass walls offer up unrivaled views of Hong Kong and the surrounding harbor filled with ferries and ships. Tables are placed in front of the windows so you never have to crane your neck to see the skyline.

    30th fl., One Peking, 1 Peking Rd., Kowloon, Hong Kong
    -3427–2288
  • 2. dragon-i

    Central | Dance Clubs

    Around for more than a decade, dragon-i has lost none of its popularity, which is rare for a nightclub in Hong Kong. Have a drink on the deck...

    Around for more than a decade, dragon-i has lost none of its popularity, which is rare for a nightclub in Hong Kong. Have a drink on the deck, or step inside the vivid red playroom, which doubles as a Chinese restaurant earlier in the day. It's the domain of the city's young, rich, and beautiful (if not necessarily classy) crowd, and attracts a busy roster of international acts and DJs.

    The Centrium, 60 Wyndham St., Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    -3110–1222
  • 3. Felix

    Tsim Sha Tsui | Bars/Pubs

    High up in the Peninsula Hong Kong, this bar is immensely popular with visitors. It not only has a brilliant view of the island, but the dramatic...

    High up in the Peninsula Hong Kong, this bar is immensely popular with visitors. It not only has a brilliant view of the island, but the dramatic interiors are by the visionary designer Philippe Starck. Another memorable feature: tthe women’s bathroom overlooks the harbor, while the men’s has great city views.

    28th fl., Peninsula Hong Kong, Salisbury Rd., Kowloon, Hong Kong
    -2696–6778
  • 4. IFC Rooftop

    Central | Brewpubs/Beer Gardens

    On the roof of IFC Mall, the outdoor terrace is an ideal place to watch the sun set. The entire rooftop seating area is public space—a rarity...

    On the roof of IFC Mall, the outdoor terrace is an ideal place to watch the sun set. The entire rooftop seating area is public space—a rarity in Hong Kong—so do what the locals do: buy your drinks from the CitySuper downstairs, and enjoy one of the city's best views on the cheap.

    4th fl., 2 IFC, 8 Finance St., Central , Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    -2295–3308
  • 5. Ping Pong 129 Gintonería

    Western | Bars/Pubs

    Hidden behind an unmarked red door is one of the coolest bars in up-and-coming Sai Ying Pun. Converted from an old table-tennis parlor, the...

    Hidden behind an unmarked red door is one of the coolest bars in up-and-coming Sai Ying Pun. Converted from an old table-tennis parlor, the basement space serves gin and tonics in authentic Spanish G&T balloon glasses and features works by local artists on the walls. It also offers an array of Spanish-inspired snacks.

    Nam Cheong House, Basement, 129 2nd St., Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    -9158–1584
  • 6. The Globe

    Central | Bars/Pubs

    In a trendy SoHo space, this British-expat hangout evokes the feel of southwest London. The owner is a beer fanatic, and the place has one of...

    In a trendy SoHo space, this British-expat hangout evokes the feel of southwest London. The owner is a beer fanatic, and the place has one of Hong Kong's best selections of local and international craft brews. It's a fun and convivial spot, with a mix of ages and a pretty even split between expats and locals. You can book the sectioned-off "Lounge" to watch broadcasts of the World Series, Super Bowl, Rubgy Sevens, World Cup soccer, or other sporting events with a group of friends.

    45–53 Graham St., SoHo, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    -2543–1941
  • 7. The Pontiac

    Central | Bars/Pubs

    Styled as a retro rock 'n’ roll Americana dive bar, The Pontiac is constantly abuzz. Award-winning bartender Beckaly Franks designs the excellent...

    Styled as a retro rock 'n’ roll Americana dive bar, The Pontiac is constantly abuzz. Award-winning bartender Beckaly Franks designs the excellent cocktail menu and sets the tone for the predominantly female staff. Stick around 'til midnight when bartenders hop atop the bar and pour shots of Becherovka herbal liqueur into customers' mouths.

    13 Old Bailey St. , Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • 8. 208

    Western | Bars/Pubs

    One of Hong Kong's favorite after-work watering hole, 208 sits in the middle of trendy Sheung Wan, The place serves up spot-on classic cocktails...

    One of Hong Kong's favorite after-work watering hole, 208 sits in the middle of trendy Sheung Wan, The place serves up spot-on classic cocktails alongside authentic antipasti. Sit outside and enjoy a cocktail or three with a mostly local crowd.

    208 Hollywood Rd., Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    -2549–0208
  • 9. All Night Long

    Tsim Sha Tsui | Bars/Pubs

    This Knutsford Terrace staple hosts a talented Filipino cover band that mainly works hits from the ’80s and ’90s. Drinks are a little overpriced...

    This Knutsford Terrace staple hosts a talented Filipino cover band that mainly works hits from the ’80s and ’90s. Drinks are a little overpriced, but there's an impressive sound system that prompts a loud sing-along from the crowd. Spanish-style artwork adorns the red-and-yellow walls.

    9 Knutsford Terr., Kowloon, Hong Kong
    -2367–9487
  • 10. Armani Privé

    Central | Bars/Pubs

    The Armani brand has made its mark on Chater House, bringing a taste of Milan to Hong Kong. The big draw here is a wide, gorgeous deck with...

    The Armani brand has made its mark on Chater House, bringing a taste of Milan to Hong Kong. The big draw here is a wide, gorgeous deck with skyscraper views, chic outdoor seating, and an impressive—if pricey—list of cocktails. Go into the bar and turn right up the stairs.

    2nd fl., Chater House, 8 Connaught Rd., Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    -3583–2828
  • 11. Back Bar

    Wan Chai | Bars/Pubs

    On Wan Chai's trendy Ship Street, the dimly lit Back Bar is the place for top-of-the-line cocktails and delicious Spanish-influenced bar snacks...

    On Wan Chai's trendy Ship Street, the dimly lit Back Bar is the place for top-of-the-line cocktails and delicious Spanish-influenced bar snacks. It gets very crowded, so come early.

    1–7 Ship St., behind Ham and Sherry, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    -2555–0628

    Nightlife Details

    Rate Includes: Wan Chai
  • 12. Bar De Luxe

    Central | Bars/Pubs

    Japanophiles will want to make a beeline for this sleek bar and lounge, which shares a space with Attire House—a high-end menswear store that...

    Japanophiles will want to make a beeline for this sleek bar and lounge, which shares a space with Attire House—a high-end menswear store that also houses a tailor and barber shop. As the first international outpost from legendary bartender Hidetsugu Ueno—the brains behind Ginza’s famous Bar High Five—Bar De Luxe offers a luxurious drinking experience, complete with hand-crafted cocktails, premium Japanese whiskies, delicious bar snacks, and views of Hong Kong’s famous skyline. Sundowners here will set you back a few hundred Hong Kong dollars, so skip this lofty spot if you’re strapped for cash.

    30th fl., Asia Pacific Centre, 8 Wyndham St., Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    -3706–5716

    Nightlife Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Sun.
  • 13. Club 71

    Western | Bars/Pubs

    This bohemian diamond-in-the-rough was named in tribute to July 1, 2003, when half a million Hong Kongers successfully rallied against looming...

    This bohemian diamond-in-the-rough was named in tribute to July 1, 2003, when half a million Hong Kongers successfully rallied against looming threats to their freedom of speech. Tucked away on a terrace down a side street, the quirky, unpretentious bar is a mainstay of artists, journalists, and left-wing politicians. The outdoor area closes around midnight.

    67 Hollywood Rd., Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    -2858–7071
  • 14. Club 97

    Central | Bars/Pubs

    A local institution, Club 97 offers extremely generous pours and some of the best service in the city. Very loud and open late, this is not...

    A local institution, Club 97 offers extremely generous pours and some of the best service in the city. Very loud and open late, this is not the place for an early evening.

    9 Lan Kwai Fong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    -2816–1897
  • 15. Dada

    Tsim Sha Tsui | Bars/Pubs

    This bar in the eccentric Luxe Manor hotel is a tribute to surrealism: a side gallery boasts two original etchings by Salvador Dalí. References...

    This bar in the eccentric Luxe Manor hotel is a tribute to surrealism: a side gallery boasts two original etchings by Salvador Dalí. References to that artist and other greats like Magritte abound. A dark and spacious bar area is anchored by a central counter, from which bottles of absinthe glimmer.

    2nd fl., Luxe Manor, 39 Kimberly Rd., Kowloon, Hong Kong
    -3763–8778
  • 16. Delaney's

    Tsim Sha Tsui | Bars/Pubs

    This Irish pub has interiors that were shipped here from the Emerald Isle, and the mood is as authentic as the furnishings. Guinness and Delaney...

    This Irish pub has interiors that were shipped here from the Emerald Isle, and the mood is as authentic as the furnishings. Guinness and Delaney's ale (a specialty microbrew) are on tap, and there's a traditional Irish menu. The crowd includes some Irish regulars, so get ready for spontaneous outbursts of fiddling and other Celtic traditions.

    Basement fl., Mary Bldg., 71–77 Peking Rd., Kowloon, Hong Kong
    -2301–3980
  • 17. Djiboutii

    Wan Chai | Bars/Pubs

    Confusingly, the Middle Eastern and Mediterranean menu doesn’t have much to do with the African country of Djibouti, but no matter. This gem...

    Confusingly, the Middle Eastern and Mediterranean menu doesn’t have much to do with the African country of Djibouti, but no matter. This gem hidden along a quiet alleyway is a favorite among young professionals looking for a relaxed night out and well-priced drinks. Like an open-air living room, the bar comes dressed up with beautiful artwork, botanical wallpaper, stylish lounge furniture, and a glowing purple-hued bar. The tea-focused cocktails are refreshing, too, particularly during Hong Kong's steamy summer nights.

    Alleyway off 2 Landale St., Hong Kong, Hong Kong

    Nightlife Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Sun.
  • 18. Drop

    Central | Dance Clubs

    This pint-size gem is the after-hours party spot in Central. Hidden down an alley beside a late-night food stand, its obscure location only...

    This pint-size gem is the after-hours party spot in Central. Hidden down an alley beside a late-night food stand, its obscure location only adds to the speakeasy feel. Drop gets crowded on weekends, and it can be hard to get inside, so arrive early and wait for the party to pop off.

    Basement level, On Lok Mansion, 39–43 Hollywood Rd., Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    -2543–8856

    Nightlife Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Mon.
  • 19. Dusk Till Dawn

    Wan Chai | Dance Clubs

    Loud, energetic cover bands get the dance floor jumping on Wednesday to Saturday nights. Popular with expats, it can get crowded, but patrons...

    Loud, energetic cover bands get the dance floor jumping on Wednesday to Saturday nights. Popular with expats, it can get crowded, but patrons are usually having too much fun to care.

    76–84 Jaffe Rd., Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    -2528–4689
  • 20. FLM

    Western | Bars/Pubs

    A friendly, mixed crowd of gays, lesbians, and their friends enjoys this club's free admission and open-door policy. Thursday "game nights"...

    A friendly, mixed crowd of gays, lesbians, and their friends enjoys this club's free admission and open-door policy. Thursday "game nights" are a staple of the scene, luring visitors and locals alike with alternating themes such as drag bingo, trivia, or karaoke. Weekends are reliably hyper, with dance anthems filling the floor until the wee hours.

    62 Jervois St., Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    -2799–2883

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