“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness” according to Mark Twain, which is very noble indeed, but we’re sure he had more leave than the average Hong Kong punter. If only there was a way to explore the spirit of travel without having to stray too far.
This month, look out for #ClicquotJourney, two very special travel and food-inspired street parties from the bubble-loving souls at Veuve Clicquot. Taking place on Bridges Street in SoHo on August 21 and High Street in Sai Ying Pun on August 28, revelers can use their ‘boarding pass’ to redeem four city-inspired dishes, paired with glasses for Veuve Yellow Label, from a curated collection of participating restaurants, including Walrus, Oolaa, and High Street Grill. Rub shoulders with graffiti artists Charles “Pure Evil” Uzzell-Edwards, groove to DJ spun beats, and farewell the summer months in Hemmingway-esque style. You can even take the travel bug home with you, with Veuve’s two new bottle cases, the Clicquot Arrow and the Clicquot Trunk.
Because travel can be thirsty business.
Event tickets are HK$488 per person per party, inclusive of 4 dishes and 4 glasses of Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label, and are available at TicketFlap.