A snazzy and laid-back bar in Soho for you to unwind after a hard day's work
White couches, dark arena with subtle candles glowing here and there and slow jazz music in the background, sounds like a chillout place to me. There ought to be more of these around Hong Kong so you can actually sit back and relax with your loved one, your new date, friends or even with your parents.
There's an island bar in the middle where the bartender mixes up some mean cocktails such as the Pure or the Shadow. Other regular drinks are also available for you to binge a little on.
Large screens also adorn on the walls showing MTV. Music picks up a notch when the crowds are in playing heavy hip hop mixes and there's enough space at Pure for you to start grooving.
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