During day time, these bars are just like normal restaurants offering set lunches to white collars from the nearby office buildings. After dark, they are full of people enjoying drinks and live sports events from the large-screen HD TVs. My recommended bars below are just nearby in the same area. Feel free to visit them one by one.
A taste of Mexico.
Old China Hand – The British bar
I don’t know why, but it is a fact, the Old China Hand is full of people 24/7. Do people enjoy going to a bar at early morning? Or did they stay there through overnight?
Delaney’s – The Irish Pub
It’s a good place to enjoy a set lunch during day time. I like the Irish style here.
The Dog’s House
One among the newest in this area. Very stylish interior design. You can also enjoy shopping the premium items here.
The Fleming – An awarding winning boutique hotel. Opposite its main entrance is Lockhart Road and Jaffe Road. Just walk for a couple of minutes, and you can see the bars are. (Highly recommended)
The Wharney – Exactly at the heart of the bar hopping district. But don’t worry about the noise. I live in this area. There had never been any conflict between the bars and the residents. (For reference only)
The Empire Hotel – At the other end of the bar hopping district. Opposite the main entrance, walk into Lockhart Road or Jaffe Road, you can find all the bars. (For reference only)
Hong Kong Bar Hopping