Nov 1
~
Nov 30

Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival 2021

Usually held as a large event on the waterfront in Central, in the age of COVID-19 the event has morphed into a month-long community event with participation from three neighbourhoods on Hong Kong Island and one in Kowloon.

Around 50 bars and restaurants in Central, Wan Chai, Kennedy Town and TST will participate in a “City Wine Walk”. With a tasting pass, participants can enjoy limited-time-only drinking and tasting dishes and special offers.

The special deals haven’t all been announced, but organisers have released some teasers. With a HK$50.00 e-token, participants can taste a HK$100.00 red wine with a score of 90 or a HK$60.00 coffee. With a HK$150.00 e-token, diners can enjoy a HK$210.00 oyster set or a HK$180.00 cheese platter. There will be prizes for those who visit lot of venues.

Token packs will go on sale through online ticketing platform Cityline from Friday, October 26th. There will be a “Classic pass lite” pack of 5 tokens for HK$250.00 and a regular “Classic pass” consisting of 10 tokens and two “quality” wine glasses. Extra tokens cost HK$50.00 each.

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, many events have been canceled. Always check official sites before heading to an event.
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