1 November, 2019
Mimosas To Martinis: Where To Drink In Hong Kong This November 2019
Mimosas To Martinis: Where To Drink In Hong Kong This November 2019
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Mimosas To Martinis: Where To Drink In Hong Kong This November 2019

1 November, 2019
Mimosas To Martinis: Where To Drink In Hong Kong This November 2019

From the latest bar openings, to happy hours, new drinks menus and more, here’s where we’ll be drinking this month!

Halloween has been and gone and the weather is cooling down. But before gearing up for the holiday season ahead (and consuming far too much mulled wine!), there are plenty of new drinks deals, menus and specials to enjoy this November. From free-flow brunch deals, to drinks with a view and new happy hours, here’s where we’re drinking this month.

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New Openings
New Menus & Drinks
Happy Hours

New Openings


Open now in the heart of Causeway Bay, ZENG offers stunning views and creative cocktails. Found on the 30th floor of V Point, the new drinking and dining destination brings together influences from the East and the West. The 270-degree views of Victoria Harbour aren’t the only thing that’s going to be drawing guests in, with the bar serving an eclectic selection of beverages, including premium spirits and specially-shaken cocktails. Signature creations include the Chinese Old Fashioned, made with Chinese liquor infused with dried tangerine peel for an Asian twist on the classic. Enjoy your drinks on ZENG’s alfresco terrace, and treat yourself to some bar bites, including the likes of Jumbo Prawn Tempura.

ZENG, 30/F, V Point, 18 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, www.facebook.com/ZengHongKong

New Menus & Drinks

Sip Song, Stockton, Mercedes me and Limewood pumpkin spice espresso martini

Sip Song, Stockton, Mercedes me and Limewood

Halloween may have been and gone, but there’s still time to try out Maximal Concept’s special Pumpkin Spiced Espresso Martini ($90). Available until Saturday, 2 November only, whether you’re sticking around Central, or heading to the beach, you’ll be able to get a taste of the season with this cinnamon-spiced take on the classic coffee cocktail.

Sip Song, Shop 114 & 115, The Pulse, 28 Beach Road, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong, www.sip-song.com

Stockton, 32 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, www.stockton.com.hk 

Mercedes me, Shop 38 & 40, G/F, 48 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, www.mercedes-benz.com

Limewood, Shop 103/104 The Pulse, 28 Beach Road, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong, www.limewood.hk


Looking for the ultimate free-flow drinks experience? A go-to for special occasions, aqua always impresses with its famed Because Brunch. But now it’s adding a new Press for Champagne Brunch experience to its weekend line-up. Offering exactly what it says on the tin, the brunch features an exclusive “Press for Champagne” button – giving diners access to their own Butler, who promptly serves Dom Pérignon to the table. The brunch is available on weekends and public holidays from 12pm to 3pm and is priced at $1,488 per person, including unlimited Dom Pérignon Vintage 2008, free-flow cocktails, wine, beer and sake, and a selection of Italian and Japanese-inspired plates.

aqua, 29/F, 1 Peking, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, www.aqua.com.hk 

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Happy Hours

Ruam happy hour


New to the Wan Chai dining (and drinking!) scene is Ruam, a casual Thai eatery and bar. Complete with a large plant-filled alfresco dining area, it’s the perfect spot for happy hour as the weather cools. Head here from Monday to Friday between 4pm to 8pm and enjoy 50% off beer, wine and cocktails, including the signature OH YEAH!, which is a blend of beer, ginger syrup and gin.

Ruam has also caught our eye for it’s value-for-money brunch. Available at weekends from 11:30am to 3pm, the brunch is priced at $248 and includes sharing starters and one hearty and authentic main dish per person. Plus, be sure to add on two-hours of free-flow drinks for $198, which includes the restaurant’s signature OH YEAH! cocktail.

Ruam, Shop 9, 1/F, J Senses, 60 Johnston Road, Ship Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, www.ruam-thai.com

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Pica Pica

Inject a little energy and colour into your weeknights with Pica Pica’s Pinchos Hour. Taking place Monday to Friday from 5pm to 7pm, relax in the Spanish tapas bar and enjoy complimentary pincho (Spanish snacks) with the purchase of any of beer, wine or spirit. Drinks include draft Estrella beer (from $40) and classic G&Ts.

Pica Pica, Shop G & H, G/F, Kai Tak Commercial Building, 317-321 Des Voeux Road Central, Sheung Wan, www.picapica.hk

Pica Pica happy hour

Blue Supreme

We love Blue Supreme’s selection of unique local and international beers, so its weekday happy hour is always a winner. Tucked away off Hollywood Road on Sheung Wan’s Tung Street, the neighbourhood bar offers 20% off your bill during its Funky Hour from Tuesday to Friday, from 3pm until 7pm. Got a furry friend? Don’t forget to bring it along as Blue Supreme always welcomes dogs.

Come the weekend, don’t miss Blue Supreme’s brunch. Served every Saturday and Sunday from 11:30am to 3pm, the menu includes a la carte options such as buttermilk chicken waffles ($148) and shakshuka ($130), along with a set option for $248. Be sure to add on two-hours of free-flow house wines, spirits and Gamblers Gold beer for an extra $250! 

Blue Supreme, 21 Tung Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, www.bluesupreme.live

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Featured image courtesy of ZENG, image 1 courtesy of Maximal Concepts, image 2 courtesy of Ruam via Instagram, image 3 courtesy of Pica Pica via Instagram.

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