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Mama’s Night Out: New Drink Deals To Start The Year

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Celebrate Chinese New Year with these special cocktails.

You did it, mama…you made it through Christmas and New Year! But just when you thought you were getting into the swing of 2020, CNY comes along and the celebrations start all over again. So it’s a good thing there are some new cocktail menus and happy hour deals to get us through. 

Read more: Family-Friendly Brunches: January

The Leah

Need a break from all that shopping in Causeway Bay? Stop by The Leah and try out one of its Chinese New Year Cocktails (available until Thursday, 13 February). There’s the Lucky Mandarin ($88) resembling wealth, luck and longevity and The Jade ($88) symbolising the virtues of sincerity, loyalty, justice, wisdom and purity. We’ll drink to that!

The Leah, 3/F, Lee Garden Two, 28 Yun Ping Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong,

eat drink happy hour MEATS


Not just the place to fulfil those carnivore cravings, MEATS is also perfect for catching up with the girls over a drink or two. Head over from Monday to Friday from 5pm to 7:30pm for “MEAT Me @5,” its new happy hour. You can pick up drinks and bar bites from $40. Can’t make it during the week? These deals will also be available on weekends and public holidays from 3pm to 7:30pm!

MEATS, G/F, 28-30 Staunton Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2711 1812,

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ZEST by Konishi

Get in quick (before Friday, 24 January) to help celebrate ZEST being awarded its first Michelin Star (less than a year after opening no less!). The “Celebrating the Star” happy hour includes two hours of free-flow drinks, including prosecco, white and red wines, craft beers and cocktails along with a selection of canapes from Chef Konishi’s kitchen. Reservations are required.

ZEST by Konishi, 28 & 29/F, 18 On Lan Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2715 0878,

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WOOBAR at W Hong Kong

Mix up your midweek with an evening of bottomless gin at WOOBAR. With a unique selection of boutique, hand-crafted gins you’ll want to try them all to taste the distinct fruity, herbal and botanical characteristics. Specialist gins include Generous Gin (from Cognac, France), Secret Garden Gins (made in Scotland from 100% natural and hand-grown, picked, dried and infused herbs), Gin Copperhead (made using an original juniper berry recipe) and the peppery Big Gin from the USA. Pair your favourite G&T with bar snacks and live DJ Beats and your Wednesday just started to look a whole lot brighter! Available every Wednesday, 8pm to 10:30pm for $360 per person (plus 10% service charge).

WOOBARW Hong Kong, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon Station, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 3717 2889,,

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Ho Lee Fook

We’ve always been big fans of this quirky Chinese kitchen and, with a brand new cocktail list, now we’ve got one more reason to head back for another visit. We can’t wait to try the 800 Miles ($118) – a concoction of gin, lychee, lime, ginger ale and bitters, or the Shu-Jia ($118) which mixes cachaça with purple potato Yakult, spiced apple and lime.

Ho Lee Fook, G/F, 1-5 Elgin Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2810 0860,

eat drink happy hour Hutong


Head on over to Hutong’s Moon Gate Bar for great views over the city and to try its newest cocktail creation — the Rising Dragon. This fruity mix combines Monkey Shoulder whiskey, yuzu wine, pineapple, pomegranate and egg white, served in a coupe glass and topped with an intricate rice paper design.

Hutong, 28/F, One Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 3428

John Anthony

Another of our favourite Chinese restaurants has revamped its cocktail list for the CNY holidays. Available for a limited time only, be sure to try out The Entrepreneur ($80) a mix of ratafia, recycled tonic and cinnamon or The Companion ($100) with Suze, gin, raspberry, orange flower water and egg white. Pair it up with the special Chinese New Year menu and you and your mamas will be set for a great night out!

John Anthony, Basement Level, Lee Garden Three, 1 Sunning Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, 2898 3788,

Read more: Chinese New Year: Your Year Of The Rat Dining Out Guide

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A casual pizza night is always a great way to catch up with your mum squad. Motorino just went to the top of our list, not only for its wonderful pizzas but also for its new Brooklyn-inspired cocktail menu. Try the Prospect Park Peach ($98) with gin, amaretto, peach liqueur, basil and soda or the Bushwick Gimlet ($98), a blend of vodka, bergamot and melon liqueur, lime and grapefruit bitters.

Motorino14 Shelley Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2801 6881

Motorino, 15 Ship Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 2520 0690,

Stazione Novella

If you’re like me and prefer a daytime tipple so you can be tucked up in bed not long after the kids, this could be just the treat for you! Stazione Novella is hosting wine classes every Sunday from 4pm. Be whisked away to the vineyards of Italy, pick your favourite and pair it up with an aperitivo spread ($198 per person).

Stazione Novella, 52-56 Staunton Street, Soho, Central, Hong Kong, 2559 0559,

Read more: Where To Find The Best Egg Waffles In Hong Kong

Featured image courtesy of The Leah, image 1 courtesy of MEATS, image 2 courtesy of ZEST by Konishi, image 3 courtesy of WOOBAR, image 4 courtesy of Ho Lee Fook, image 5 courtesy of Hutong, image 6 courtesy of Motorino.

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