Bar Six Express Yourself

[03/11/13] 

We all aspire to personalisation as a way of materially distinguishing ourselves from everyone else. The problem is that somewhere along the way to a nightlife where clubs are indistinguishable, a fashion industry that appears to have lost creative inspiration, and a technology sphere where only Apple and Samsung seem to exist, our ability to personalise has been lost. Of course, we do try: we might snap garish cases on our phones, or choose novelty ties and cufflinks. But it’s hardly a world where bespoke suits and monogrammed luggage is the norm.

Luckily there is Bar Six, a sleek, chic bar overlooking Wyndham Street from the sixth floor terrace – of course – on which it’s perched. The intimate cocktail lounge caters particularly to private parties, and its minimalist design aesthetic means it can be transformed to suit whatever your requirements might be. The space has played host to a range of events, including birthday parties, hen’s nights, and even corporate receptions for companies like JP Morgan. Book out the bar and you can do as you wish – providing you don’t wreck the place. The furniture can be rearranged, the walls can be festooned with balloons or posters, and the wall-mounted flat screen can show karaoke videos or be tuned into the night’s football match. Along the way, guests can also enjoy a considered selection of vintage wines, whiskies, champagnes and specialty cocktails – try the signature Bar Six concoction – and if it’s not on the list, they’ll make sure they have it on hand for your next visit. For the ultimate personalised touch, make sure to join the bar’s exclusive membership program.

Show off your true colours.


Bar Six
6/F, Parekh House, 63 Wyndham Street, Central
9583 3425 / 9618 7796
www.barsix.hk


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