The Keg makes for a good choice to choose as your regular local drinking venue
The Keg at the top end of D'Aguilar Street hidden away behind the bend of the main area is a great little venue to go with the lads for a few pints to watch the sporting action on screen while you crack away at the monkey nuts which you can help yourself to from the barrel sitting out front.
From the outside, it looks like a giant barrel and once inside, it couldn't get anymore cosier. Warm lighting, live NHL sports (because the owners are Canadians), snacks and good quality beers. A place I would be proud to call my local! On taps they have Hoegaarden, Tetleys, Guinness, Stella, Kilkenny and Carlsberg. If none of those beers are good for you (which I am not sure why because they fit me to a T), then go for the special bottled beers which include Grolsh, Erdinger, Boddingtons just to name a few. They also have a special going called "Pressure Hour" where you can keep drinking for half price until you need to release in the toilet. It's all about fun!
The Keg is a small bar but you will be glad to hear that you can climb a flight of stairs to the next "floor", only that it's just a landing where you can get a neat birds eye view of your new local drinking spot.....The Keg!
Currently no promotions added. Contact us here
|Sky Lounge - Sheraton Hotel|
Sky Lounge - Sheraton Hotel Sky Lounge is the place to impress someone who loves a great view of Hong Kong! A lot of people would agree, that the view from Kowloon looking to [ ... ]
Nana Banana Chill out on Lockhart Road's Nana Banana in Wan Chai with a glass of Scottish whiskey Nana Banana's is all about the whiskeys with over 200 single malts from Scot [ ... ]
|Lan Kwai Fong Beer Bar|
Lan Kwai Fong Beer Bar Located in the heart of Hong Kong's nightlife district on California Tower is an aptly named, Lan Kwai Fong Beer Bar and with a Foosball table Well, [ ... ]
Play Club The once Q Club, then the Q97 Club, has now been transformed yet again to the new Play Club If you are a regular clubber to the California Tower in D'Aguilar Street [ ... ]