Behind the grand Buddha entrance doors in Lan Kwai Fong is a sophisticated bar lavishly designed with a wow factor.
In the heart of this happening district that is LKF, there sits a bar called Zinc that has the pulling power to attract all socialites purely because of it's luxurious design and "we are the best" feel to it. Everything from top to bottom is decorated with top of the range, expensive furnishings, from the Bose sound system to the giant antique bells that dangle over the dancefloor which is rumoured to be worth a whopping $200,000.
Zinc has also decided to fix a quirky pole at the end of the bar whcih you will find a pole-dancer swirling around it if you come here more often. To keep punters coming back for more they have filled the venue with comfortable seating at the bar and around the low tables and also they have one of the longest happy hours in Central between 5pm and 10pm (bet you never knew that).
Chillout tunes fill the air during the day and as night falls, the bar turns more into a club with upbeat music pumping out of their Bose system. Defintely a good pick when choosing a venue for some drinks with your friends or a partying nightout in around D’Aguilar Street.
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