Cheers to the 4th of July

Looking to step out on the 4th of July, but wondering where in Hong Kong you may get the most bang out of your buck? As it turns out, we just might have some ideas.

Say Cheers to the 4th of July at these spots that have just recently added buy 1 get 1 free drinks offers on top of their usual BOGOF food offers, on the ENTERTAINER App.


This stalwart on Wyndham Street is not only perfect for big, celebratory meals featuring mouthwatering steaks from the eponymous Japanese breed of cattle. With new Cheers drinks vouchers (save an average of HKD320 on a Bottle of House Wine) now also live on the ENTERTAINER App, you and your friends can hang out longer, laugh louder and celebrate more.

Tamarind Pan-Asian Restaurant & Bar

This expansive restaurant is renowned for the spectacular views from its terrace. You get the best of both worlds here, feeling embraced both by soaring skyscrapers and sweeping harbour views. If you time your visit well enough, you may even catch the nightly Symphony of Lights. Perfect for a more whimsical mood on the 4th of July. Save an average of HKD240 on a Bottle of House Wine.

Bread & Beast

A crew of passionate sandwich fanatics set up shop in a historical nook of Wan Chai, and this beast was born. Of late, the place has transformed into far more than just a sandwich shop . Tourists and locals alike flock here for the decidedly hipster vibe, craft beers, caffeine boost, and live music. ENTERTAINER members can save from HKD65 on a House Beverage up to HKD280 on a Bottle of House Wine.

La Sala

La Sala’s warm interiors feature subtle Iberian design complemented by playful bric-a-brac from Spain, created to evoke a feeling of being in your own living room.  Hence, the name. Food is authentic tapas presented exactly as you would find in Madrid or Barcelona. Cheers drinks vouchers may be used for wine or sangria. Perfect for a romantic, atmospheric 4th of July.


This place earned a recommendation by the Michelin Guide 2013, making it as good as it gets when it comes to Indian cuisine in Hong Kong. The real highlight here, however, is the live Indian music, imbibing an exotic, diverse and decidedly multicultural – and multisensory! – 4th of July celebration. Bring the whiole gang and save an average of HKD240 on a Bottle of House Wine.

Feeling festive? Get ENTERTAINER 2017 (original price $475) for $195; and Cheers 2017 (original price $295) for $95. Enjoy a further 10% discount by using promo code HUBHK2017 in your cart upon checkout.


James Gannaban
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