he Vibe: This three-storey restaurant in Quarry Bay is effortlessly cool, with a small outdoor area, an all-glass facade, and a sense of whimsy in the decor. The most stylish weddings take place in The Den, Mr & Mrs Fox’s private dining room located on the second floor. This secret spot comes with its own private entrance, personal chef and sommelier.
Wedding Style: Old world whimsy, perfectly private.
Best Part: There are secret taps for beer and wine!
Psst… Guests can toast to the evening on The Den’s private balcony.
Catering: Chef-designed sharing menus feature signature dishes such as foie gras torchon and Wagyu beef crostini. Canapes are also available.
Lantau’s Lower Cheung Sha Beach just welcomed a fresh face: Bathers beach restaurant. Awash in a chic palette of charcoal and white, the gorgeous waterfront property serves up quality cocktails and food to match – 900g steaks, salmon ceviche, and roasted red snapper headline the European menu. Better yet, the open-air space includes private packages for those booking engagement parties and intimate weddings for up to 100 people.
Looking for something new? The just-opened Kerry Hotel might be the venue of your dreams. With 17 different indoor and outdoor event spaces, the Hung Hom “urban resort” offers everything from the city’s largest pillarless ballroom (right, seating up to 1,030 guests!) to more intimate outdoor spaces and terraces. Our favourite spot? The gorgeous Red Sugar terrace (above), which
The vibe: Built on the site of the former Repulse Bay Hotel, this heritage address is home to three venues: The Verandah, The Front Lawn and The Marquee. Each has its own distinct personality – and all three come with panoramic sea views.
Looking for a wedding venue that hasn’t been overdone? Yi’s Kitchen, run by the Epicurean Group, is a new two-storey restaurant serving Asian and Western cuisine. Located in the Jao Tsung-I Academy, a Grade-III heritage building and hostel that has previously served as a hospital and as accommodation for labourers, the red-brick structure and its surrounding gardens make for a one-of-a-kind backdrop that your guests will be talking about for months.
The spot where Lupa used to be recently got a massive overhaul with the help of Joyce Wang Studio, one of Hong Kong’s most renowned interior designers. The newly opened Spiga will still embody a Mediterranean flare, but with a more cinematic design, paying homage to 1950s Italian glamour – think vintage musical instruments, silk wallpaper, a pendulum chandelier, terrazzo flooring and antique lighting fixtures. Sound like a good backdrop to a city wedding? We think so too! The 7,000-square-foot space also welcomes two new outdoor terraces: the intimate Secret Garden, and Portico, a spacious botanical rooftop terrace.