Hush Bar and Lounge
Hush….away from the hustle of Lan Kwai Fong
At the back of Hong Kong's notoriously known nightlife spot of LKF, you'll find Hush bar sitting hushly in Glenealy, Central. Relatively easy to find once you know where it is, with a hanging sign at the entrance reading NOW OPEN, RING THE BELL TO ENTER, if you're just passing by, you'll probably mistake it for another one of those members only bars that seems to have flooded the island of late. But you'll be wrong there because at Hush, even though it possesses all the luxury elements that you would expect at a members bar such as thumb print entrance, sliding door, etc, everyone, yes, including you are welcome here. You could buy a membership though for exclusive offers on drinks and benefits.
Once inside, split into an indoor bar and an al fresco type outdoor lounge for those who are not afraid of the humidity. Black leather seats line the venue and on its interior walls to match the theme with big white seats on the outside for you to sit more relaxed along with a few high stools and tables. Drinks are good, some of which include Earl Grey Tea Martini, to keep you awake and a range of unconventional cocktails for you to try to pick out one that matches your style. For me, I always for some reason, pick the wrong one wherever I go and end up with a ladies drink.
Live music during the weekday evenings and DJs on decks during the weekends to pump beats to turn the Hush bar into something less hush.
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