New Hong Kong bar openings in 2021

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Following the successful opening of Hong Kong first closed-loop bar Penicillin, Hong Kong bar legends Agung Prabowo and Roman Ghale unveil their second bar co-venture DEAD & (“dead end”). Aim to deliver tasty yet affordable cocktails in the friendly neighbourhood vibes, the dive bar extends from its 500 sq. ft. indoor space into the expansive amphitheatre next door, which is a popular outdoor drinking space for the locals.

The bar drinks list is simple and the concoctions are mixed with nostalgia-inducing flavours. “Serius” cocktails include the signature DEAD & Garibaldi (HK$50) with double shots of Campari and a super fluffy blended orange juice, Jungle Juice (HK$50) with double rum and exotic fruits, and the notorious Wolf of Wall Street’s favourite drink 5 o’clock martini (HK$50) – served straight with a lemon twist. Guests have the option to upgrade their cocktail and “make it nice” with a finer spirit for HK$20.

“Old school” pitchers include Traditional Pimm’s Cup (HK$250) and White Sangria (HK$200), while the icy and boozy “Crushable Slushies” include Erin Rose Irish Cofee (HK$50) and Panda Colada (HK$50).

Address: 18 Wo On Lane, Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong

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