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T+L Reports: Hong Kong Nights

Who needs a disco when the restaurant is the club?These four new places are the talk of Hong Kong. Designer-of-the-moment Andre Fu puts a modern spin on old Shanghai supper clubs at Opia (1/F, 1–5 Irving St., Causeway Bay; 852/3196-9100), inside the boutique hotel Jia. Filmmakers and tycoons sip pineapple cosmos and settle into the opium beds while a DJ plays jazzy hip-hop sounds. · The moody atmosphere, complemented by wheat-colored light from custom-made lanterns, lures urban sophisticates to cozy Mizu (49 Hollywood Rd., Central; 852/2545-9889), a Japanese beer and sake tavern, or izakaya, where sake-spiked mojitos and lychee-infused caipirinhas have a cult following. · Languages from many continents can be overheard at Goccia (G/F, 73 Wyndham St., Central; 852/2167-8181), a breezy Mediterranean- style duplex of raked-stucco and bamboo ceilings, orange leather sofas (reserve one well in advance), and a terrace open in warm weather. · Set in the bawdy pub-filled district of Lan Kwai Fong, the ice-cool FINDS (second floor, LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham St., Central; 852/2522-9318), inspired by the Northern European winters (its name is an acronym for the Scandinavian countries), has a white, snow-like backdrop and teal banquettes clad in faux whale-skin.
—ROB MCKEOWN

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