Where to Go for the Best Mexican Happy Hour Deals in Hong Kong?
Oh! What fun to shout Sip Sip Hooray and clink glasses together over discounted prices? Isn’t it? Just imagine having your favorite Mexican food platter with tipsy, gorgeously tempting drinks enjoying with your loved ones under the vast expanse of sky, overlooking the sea? Think of getting everything in pocket-friendly prices that too in Hong Kong.
Yes, it is definitely possible! You can get piping hot food being in the lap of nature at La Vista, the best Mexican restaurant, Hong Kong.
Why Choose La Vista?
Great deals and exciting offers will make you go crazy. If you are particularly looking for the best happy hour in Hong Kong, come over to La Vista.
Here are the top reasons you would never say no to one of the top Mexican restaurants in Hong Kong.
- Yummy, tempting, and healthy food
- The best Mexican drinks ever
- Playful ambiance with meditative view
- Bright, happy colors with the taste of Mexican culture
- Inexpensive menu. Promise!
You name it and you will find all the boxes getting ticked.
What Makes the Best Happy Hour?
When it comes to eating and drinking, one should only choose the best. Afterall, you will not want to put anything trash in your tummy. Right? It’s your stomach not a dust bin!
Well, there are a lot of Mexican restaurants which offer happy hour deals, but how would you even know which one is the best for you?
To know that, you must first see the offer, the prices, and the drinks that are going to be served.
A good happy hour is the one where people are drinking and eating as much as they want that too at a great price.
If you have to wait for too long for your order to arrive, would it even be worth it? No!
Even though Happy Hours can be busy and demanding for the staff, the due attention must be paid to the customers and their needs all the time.
Customers over anything else!
At La Vista, you will not get any chance to complaint. All you will get is utmost Happiness.
Our Mexican Menu Seeks Your Attention!
The menu is laden with everything Mexican your taste buds would want. The snacks, the drinks, the meals, etc. will definitely transport you to lands of Mexico.
The atmosphere, the food, the drinks, the hospitable staff will not just make you feel content but will also force you come over again.
The original taste of Mexico at La Vista, Tung Chung will call you right again.
To know which cocktails you must try at La Vista, head over to this blog. VOILA!
Wishing each one you Happy Hours only at La Vista!
The Terrace, Zoku
Enjoy great prices on wines and spirits at The Terrace, the alfresco dining area only at Zoku over ‘Tipple Time’ deal. Running from 3-7pm from Sundays to Thursdays, The Terrace is not only a cozy space to catch-up with friends or co-workers, but also an urban oasis for the sunset views. Just sip on a glass of wine or Aperol Spritz just for $58. Or you can even take it up a notch with highballs, vodka tonic, or G&T for $68 a glass. You may even want to add a glass of Zoku’s creative cocktails.
Address – Zoku, 2/F, The Hari Hong Kong, 330 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong.
Ponty Hours run daily from 3-6pm at The Pontiac in Central. Enjoy a wide range of super fun cocktails, including both classic and unique creations just for $50. The fact that the staff is amazing and the vibe is a refreshing change from the usual HK Hang will make you love it even more.
Address – The Pontiac, 13 Old Bailey Street, SoHo, Hong Kong.
Ask for Alonzo
If you are looking for a refreshing cocktail after work, then you would want to head for Ask for Alonzo. Between the Alonzo Hour of 3-8pm, a selection of their Italian wines, cocktails, prosecco are reduced to just $38.
Ask for Alonzo has number of different branches in Hong Kong.
This is for negroni fans! Cornerstone is serving the classic cocktail made with Applewood gin, nonetheless with a side of fancied up cheese on toast daily from 2.30 to 6.30pm. Go in for happy hour just at $68, and stay for dinner at Shane Osborn’s second restaurant in Hong Kong.
Address- Cornerstone, 49 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong.
Head in to the Armoury in Tai Kwun and score drinks just from $50 every single day between 3- 8pm. Whether you are looking for wine, fancy cocktail, or beer, this social hub is the place to be after work.
Address- Armoury Terrace, G/F, Armoury Building, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2703 9111
If you are in Discovery Bay and are looking for some of the best happy hours in Hong Kong, you cannot beat Hemingways. Its great location complete with ocean views will win your heart even before you order the food. Just pull up a seat and indulge in the drinks from $25. The best part is that Hemingways has extended their happy hours to seven days a week from 4pm- 7pm. It is definitely the place to be when you are in need of triple happiness.
Address- Hemingways, Shop GO9, Block A, Discovery Bay Plaza, Hong Kong.
Want to enjoy at roof top bar in Hong Kong, you cannot miss out on Cruise in the North Point. We are a big fan of its outdoor terrace as well as its’ Sunset Sessions offers too. Going from between 3-7pm every day of the week, you can grab a cocktail just for $78, as well as wine and prosecco just for $68.
Address – Cruise, 23/F, (West Tower) Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour, North Point Estate Lane, North Point, Hong Kong.
Chi Chi Cham
Definitely one of the best happy hours in Hong Kong at Chi Chi Cham.
The Happy Hour at Chi Chi Cham runs from 3-10pm from Monday to Saturday. It starts just at $40 for bottled beer, wine, and even bubbles. It is also a great spot to indulge in some nibbles from the izakaya menu.
Address- Chi Chi Cham, 53 Peel Street, SoHo, Central, Hong Kong.
PIIN Wine Restaurant
This is definitely for wine lovers. From Monday to Saturday 12 -7pm, enjoy French Hour only at PIIN Wine Restaurant in Central. Sample unlimited white and red Burgundy wines for two hours just at $350.
Address- PIIN Wine Restaurant, 2/F, H Code, 45 Pottinger Street, Central, Hong Kong.
With the perfect Central location, Bungalow is a great spot to meet the crew right after work. From Monday to Saturday between 10pm, you get 50% off all beverages- right from bubbly to cocktails and everything that goes in-between!
Address- Bungalow, Shop 2, G/F, The Centrium, 60 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong.
Friendly service? Check. Beautiful interiors? Check Gorgeous drinks? Check! As the name suggests, the Optimist is a wonderful spot for an after-work tipple. It serves between 3 to7.30pm everyday of the week. Come grab a selection of wines, cocktails, or beers just for $48. Also, wash your drink down with some of their signature Padron Peppers.
Address- The Optimist, G-2/F, 239 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong.
From 4 to 9pm Monday to Saturday, you can enjoy cocktails, beers, and wine just at $60. Just to name a few delicious complimentary snacks, there are French Fries with Truffle Mayonnaise, Deep Fried Chicken Fingers, OmniPork Kebab, and much more. If you are a fan of dim sum, you can check out their a La Carte menu with a big list of amazing bites.
Address- Dragon-I, UG/F, The Centrium, 60 Wyndham Street, Hong Kong.
Enjoy your choice of a signature cocktail, beer, or house wine with a snack only at $50 during Pazta’s happy hour. From cold cuts to chicken liver pate and dry-cured ham, an array of Italian sides is freshly served.
Address- Pazta, Shop 03-G08, G/F Barrack Block, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong.
You will fall head over heels for Monsoon’s refreshing drinks and super delicious snacks. Priced just at $168, their daily free-flow package is inclusive of over eighteen types of beverages, which range from wines to spirits, and juices to cocktails. If you visit Monsoon between 3-5.30 pm for happy hour, try their high tea set just for $248 for two and pair your boozy drinks with an array of rice paper rolls, seafood, cakes, and more.
Address- Monsoon, Shop 1045, 1/F Elements, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong.
Even though there are a number of restaurants serving happy hour offers, you would never want to miss La Vista, serving the best Mexican food in Hong Kong.