Bulldog's Bar and Grill
Missing drinking and partying the British or Australian way? The Bulldog's Bar and Grill brings the best of both together to create a unique nightlife venue.
Pulling pints since early 2004, The Bulldog's has created quite a reputation for themselves. This is one of those pubs where you really do feel welcomed and at home in and not like a stranger walking into unknown territory. We all know how that feels and I'm sure you'll agree it's pretty intimidating. Usually very busy especially after 8pm which inadvertently is when the 3 hours of happy hours ends. You'll find that if you're new to the city and you join some meet and greet gatherings, a lot of those will be held here at Bulldog's.
Brightly lit up so as to create a warm, lively and happy atmosphere, and with memorabilia scattered around, the most eye catching being the British telephone box. I don't think it's functional though but then again, I haven't tested it out. 3 plasma's adorn the walls showing latest sporting events, so it's a good idea to come along when big games are on to catch in on the buzz. Features a long bar on your right hand side so you can order drinks without fighting through too many people. Seats on the left hand side and at the back is the main dining area. Another seller to bring you here is the birds eye view of Lan Kwai Fong. Definitely worth a visit while you're here.
Being such a popular pub in Hong Kong, Bulldog's does of course serve a large selection of beers, wines, spirits and anything else that you might want to drink on a fun night out. Good hearty food is served, pub style, such as fish and chips and Australian meat pies. Great with your cold beer!
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