Cheers to these drink specials in the 852!
We’re just about recovering from our Easter break and the madness of the Sevens weekend, so we’re getting set once more to tackle some of the best drinks deals in the city. From new menus and seasonal offerings, to some of our favourite ongoing happy hours, here’s where you’ll find us this month…
New Menus & Drinks
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New Menus & Drinks
Limewood is ready for a new month and a taste of warmer weather with its new seasonal cocktail, Flower Child! Served throughout April, the cocktail was created with the intention to reduce waste, so leftover ingredients have been transformed to create this tasty tipple made from gin, dry vermouth, re-crafted beet agave, lime and charcoal pineapple dust. What’s more, $10 from every purchase of the Flower Child cocktail will go towards the Plastic Oceans Foundation, with Limewood also donating an additional $10. Find out more about all of Maximal Concepts eco-friendly cocktails here!
Limewood, Shop 103 & 104, 28 Beach Road, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong, www.limewood.hk
Morton’s of Chicago
Unveiling a tempting new bar menu along with innovative takes on classic cocktails, Morton’s of Chicago has caught out attention this month. Amongst the new drinks offerings is The State Street Manhattan ($160) – served via a towering handmade apparatus, it is sure to turn heads. A blend of premium Woodford Reserve Bourbon and Carpano Antico Vermouth are dripped into a second chamber filled with fresh orange peels and Luxardo cherries, before being filtered into a final chamber and stirred with ice and served with a slice of Morton’s signature USDA Prime New York Strip. If that’s not enough for you, enjoy your drink alongside some of Morton’s new bar bites, with the likes of Short Rib Tacos ($190, or $65 during Power Hour) and Prime Cheeseburger Sliders ($156 for three, or $80 during Power Hour) all on offer. Morton’s Power Hour runs from 5pm to 7pm on weekdays, with signature bar bites available from $50 and $80 in the bar only.
Morton’s of Chicago, The Sheraton Hotel Hong Kong, 4/F, 20 Nathan Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong, www.mortons.com/hongkong
Los Sotano is also getting ready for the warmer months, with the introduction of five new spring cocktails, designed by Head Bartender Rob Kariakin. Whether you’re a fan of sweet, sour or bitter, there is something for you on the menu, with all drinks including elements of the season. We love the sound of the ‘La Fresa’, which consists of Botanical-Infused Absolut Elyx Vodka, Fresh Strawberries, Lemon, and Prosecco. This fresh concoction is the bars signature off-the-menu cocktail, so don’t worry if you don’t see it on the menu, say the name and the bartenders will know just what you mean!
Los Sotano, Basement, 21 D’Aguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Hong Kong, www.facebook.com/LosSotano
Summer is on its way and Stazione Novella is getting us ready with an irresistible offer that includes our favorite warm weather cocktail. Every Monday of the summer, pop down after work to the SoHo spot and enjoy Aperol Spritz on tap for $58 a glass, or $198 for a pitcher, which will also be accompanied by a complimentary spread of savoury Italian bar bites! Helping us all the look forward to Mondays, the new happy hour will be kicking off with a launch event on Monday, 30 April, including an extra special giveaway of two giant 3-litre bottles of Aperol. Simply show up and drop your business card for your chance to win!
Stazione Novella, 52-56 Staunton Street, Central, Hong Kong, www.stazionenovella.com
Read more: Your Guide to Aperol Spritz in Hong Kong: A Sassy Bar Crawl
Lover of wine? Well you’re going to want to try out Porterhouse’s new “Wine Momenet” happy hour! Boasting quality wines at reasonable prices, the new offer will run from Monday to Friday (between 6pm and 8pm), with all wines hand-picked by the restaurant’s new General Manager and Sommelier, Peter-Paul Kleiss. Choose from eight different wines from around the world (including bubbly, white and red!), with prices ranging between $48 and $80 for a glass, and $240 and $380 for a bottle. For those not looking to indulge in some vino, other drinks such as Peroni ($40), Aperol Spritz ($60) and the Porterhouse G&T ($80) will also be available.
Porterhouse, 7/F California Tower, 30-36 D’Aguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Hong Kong, www.porterhousehk.com
Le Petit Saigon
Not a new happy hour, but still one of our favourites, Le Petit Saigon combines its signature banh mi sandwiches with beers for an offering that us has coming back time and time again. Head to this tucked away gem every Monday to Friday between 5pm to 7pm and grab half a Banh Mi Thit and a Saigon Special beer for just $58.
Le Petit Saigon, 16 Wing Fung Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, www.legarconsaigon.com/le-petit-saigon
Read more: Sassy’s Favourite Banh Mi in Hong Kong
Featured image courtesy of Limewood H via Instagram. Image #1 courtesy of Morton’s of Chicago, image #2 courtesy of Stazione Novella.