If you are craving for cold booze there is a specific place in this country that is ready to serve you.
If you are craving for cold booze there is a specific place in this country that is ready to serve you. (Photo: Creative Commons Bartender Teruhiko Moriyama preparing a Grapefruit & Champagne Cocktail by City Foodsters is licensed under CC BY 2.0)

Aside from historical features, beautiful spots, and malls, tourists can also chill and unwind at the lavish bars in Hong Kong. If you are craving for cold booze, whether a cocktail, beer, or any hard drink, there is a specific place in this country that is ready to serve you. So, here are the top five bars that you can find in Hong Kong that offer not just the greatest drink but good ambiance and food as well.

The Old Man

If you want to experience the mix of the three of Hong Kong's finest local talents, The Old Man is the best place for you. This most-talked-about bar in the city has been crowned Asia's best bar at Asia's 50 Best awards in Singapore, despite being only around for two and a half year.

Here, the drinks are always innovative. Although its distillation machine gets heavy use, its attentive service keeps everyone coming back.

The Wilshire

The Wilshire is one of Hong Kong's hidden gems. It is located at the back of Mexican restaurant, 11 Westside, beyond its bar and two large, frosted glass doors.

It has the friendliest staff and a menu focusing on classic cocktails that have intriguing spins. If you're confused about what to drink, you can talk to its bar team, and they will gladly mix the drink you want to taste, per Timeout.

8½ Otto e Mezzo Bombana

It has been long overlooked as a drinking station, but 8½ Otto e Mezzo Bombana finally gets credited for its drinks and food. This place is the only Italian restaurant outside of Italy that has three Michelin stars.

The bar manager, Devender Kumar, is a Bacardi Legacy winner. His signatures are The Optimist and Pocket Square that makes this place overshadowing the food.

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Zero Zero One is one of Hong Kong's first hidden cocktail bars. The plain is so hidden; you can only see it behind the unmarked black door on Graham Street.

Here, you can enjoy great cocktail drinks, specially crafted through the Japanese way. It is one of the few places where tourists and locals alike can find Pappy van Winkle bourbon.

Aberdeen Street Social

Aberdeen Street Social is the project of the group behind 22 Ships and Ham & Sherry. It can be found next to Police Married Quarters in Central.

This place serves a mix of custom classics, like mezcal old fashioned and an upside-down martini. It also has complex specialties that will surely surprise and delight customers.