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Paris bistros, New York restaurants, London pubs—culinary hot spots you can’t afford to miss.

Hong Kong: Dinner and Drinks

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Drinks? At most panoramic bars in the city, a glass wall separates you from the view. For a breath of balmy night air, claim a terrace or rooftop table at the new indoor-outdoor Habitat Lounge (drinks for two $20), atop a skyscraper in the happening district of Wan Chai. Here, potent cocktails intensify the effect of floating amid glittering high-rises. Return to earth with dinner at the romantic Yin Yang (dinner for two $88), tucked into a 1914 heritage building. An advertising executive turned Slow Food diva, owner Margaret Xu grows her own organic vegetables, makes fresh tofu, and grinds the flour for her slippery rice cakes. Among her signature treats: brittle-skinned chicken slow-roasted in terra-cotta, hand-shredded and served by the hostess herself. —Anya von Bremzen

100 Best City Restaurants

Hong Kong: Dinner and Drinks

Drinks? At most panoramic bars in the city, a glass wall separates you from the view. For a breath of balmy night air, claim a terrace or rooftop table at the new indoor-outdoor Habitat Lounge (drinks for two $20), atop a skyscraper in the happening district of Wan Chai. Here, potent cocktails intensify the effect of floating amid glittering high-rises. Return to earth with dinner at the romantic Yin Yang (dinner for two $88), tucked into a 1914 heritage building. An advertising executive turned Slow Food diva, owner Margaret Xu grows her own organic vegetables, makes fresh tofu, and grinds the flour for her slippery rice cakes. Among her signature treats: brittle-skinned chicken slow-roasted in terra-cotta, hand-shredded and served by the hostess herself. —Anya von Bremzen

Courtesy of Yin Yang
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