6 Stops to Make on Hong Kong's Hollywood Boulevard
Collected by Afar Magazine
Ten years ago, out-of-towners hit Hong Kong’s Hollywood Road for trinket shops. Today, locals congregate for of-the-moment art and extra-curious cocktails.
108 Hollywood Rd, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Grassroots Pantry is a rare find: a high-end, food-critic-approved restaurant devoted to vegetarian cooking. Come for the lemon chia-seed pancakes, stay for the pan-fried gyoza with Sichuan peppercorns. By Sarah Baird This appeared in the...
Kui In Fong, Tai Ping Shan, Hong Kong
Thanks to a canopy of trees, Blake Garden feels miles away from the traffic and crowds despite being quite small. Stroll its pedestrian-only paths or jump into a pickup game at the basketball courts. By Sarah Baird This appeared in the March/April...
238 Hollywood Rd, Tai Ping Shan, Hong Kong
A husband-and-wife team from the Netherlands runs 238 Restaurant, with shareable plates and a mellow vibe that’s just right for couple outings. Look for the nods to their homeland—namely the deep-fried beef bitterballen with zippy mustard. By...
Hong Kong, Central, Hollywood Rd, 17-19號L/G
Naturally, the must-order cocktail at The Woods draws upon a woodland wonder. For the Mushroom Bourbon, more than a dozen whiskeys were infused with “dried Chinese mushrooms, porcini, shiitake—you name it,” says co-owner Victoria Chow. “Frankly,...
181 -199 Hollywood Rd, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Liang Yi, the city’s largest private museum, is devoted to Chinese antiques: ruby-encrusted Van Cleef cases, rosewood altar tables, and other trappings of the good life from the 17th through 20th centuries. By Sarah Baird This appeared in the...
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