Nestled in a simple, non-descript building, Evil Man Blues recreates an all-American diner straight from the 1950s with its retro furnishings. Along with a number of drinking options, the bar also provides live music and a funky “graffiti wall” where you're free to doodle whatever, whenever!
This literal (rabbit) hole in the wall is yet to be discovered! 🐰 The door to the bar is a huge wooden door with no signages, located in between a japanese bar and ramen place. I've read it's tricky to find but totally worth it! Look at that interior. 😍 Can't wait to have drinks in this ambience. 🍸
I adore the neon-tinted atmosphere of Bound by Hillywood. It is a bright beacon in the night, drawing out Hong Kong’s creatives from the underground. They offer some creative concoctions that use local rice liquor. My favorite: a strawberry, Wing Lee Wai Rice Wine, and Yakult combo called New Romance.
You can tell this place is trendy because it doesn’t have a sign, but look for the wooden door between Ainu and Ajisen on Thong lor between soi 5 and 7.
Handcrafted cocktails from expert bartenders with an emphasis on bitters. I like the Touchwood.