Once the stomping grounds of street hawkers and marriage arrangers, this block of streets is an all night party in central Hong Kong that includes a high concentration of Western travelers. From tiny, open-fronted pubs to superclubs that pump popular hits until daybreak, there are plenty of establishments to choose from that will satisfy the preferences of any traveler.
The following are particularly popular: La Dolce Vita's open-faced bar melds leisure and class into a place for those who value sunglasses at night; Hard Rock Cafe is a go-to when you aren't sure where to go; Volar is a large super-club with a futurist décor and a vision of itself that is highly exclusive and expensive; Dublin Jack's fits the bill for a contemporary Irish pub with the fixings for a hazy recollection of your night's actions; and the Hong Kong Brewhouse is great for its beer selection and the peanut shells on the floor type of atmosphere. Honestly, it's a slice of Western nightlife dropped right in the middle of Hong Kong.
If you're seeking out alcohol that flows like water and the frequent chatter of English, then check out Lan Kwai Fong.
Note:An alternative to Lan Kwai Fong is Circle Tower in Causeway Bay. The building literally has a bar on 20 separate floors, making for a unique, elevator-style pub crawl opportunity.