Everyone's been to Stormies. Have you been yet?
Stormies is a favourite of many revelers in Hong Kong providing a fully themed venue at the top corner of D'Aguilar Street Lan Kwai Fong. The interior mimics that of a ship with a floor made up of wooden teak planks, folding windows around the front half of the venue, brass bar top and many props such as cabin clocks, barometers placed around. There is a second floor in Stormies which as you walk up you will see a large 4 foot model of the Shamrock 1 yacht from the 1980 America's Cup. Sitting upstairs allows you to gain a birds eye view of Hong Kong nightlife district while you enjoy your drink sitting at the window side.
Following it's sister branch in Stanley, The Boathouse, Stormies recently upgraded it's menu transforming it's cuisine to fresh seafood dishes which has become a bit of a hit with the expats. At lunchtimes you will mainly see westerners sitting inside eating away with their beer on the side looking so relaxed as if they are on holiday.
The weekends are packed full and when you see people drinking in the main street, they are most likely spilling out from Stormies. Fully recommended if you're into drinking, seafood and fun!
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