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Hong Kong's Stylish New Hotspots

Moustache co-owner Alex Daye outside the store in Hong Kong.

Photo: Philipp Engelhorn

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Lan Kwai Fong, the city’s nightlife epicenter, is where you’ll find the speakeasy-like Lily & Bloom (drinks for two $30), a moodily lit, wood-paneled brasserie and bar. Start downstairs with oyster shooters at Bloom before heading upstairs for cocktails at Prohibition-inspired Lily. Try the popular Old-Fashioned made with aged Zacapa rum. A five-minute cab ride away lies Republik (drinks for two $35), in Sheung Wan. It’s also split between two levels: bankers and media types unwind in leather rockers in the ground-floor bar, while DJ’s spin tunes in the wood-floored upstairs lounge. One of the newest alfresco bars is Sugar (drinks for two $25), on the 32nd floor of the East Hotel on the eastern side of Hong Kong Island. Join the beautiful people on an overstuffed ottoman on the sprawling outdoor deck.

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