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Round-Up: save big this Christmas season, with seven of the city's best happy hour snack deals.
Christmas is just round the corner and you’re broke: all those present commitments and social obligations have tapped you out. But there’s still days left and plenty of seasonal events – $100 cocktails and overpriced snacks are far from the yuletide spirit. Worry not, we’ve rounded up the best snack deals around town: discount bites that’ll keep your friends happy and your wallet healthy. Eat, drink and be merry with the comforting knowledge that you still have taxi fare.
Fresh Food, with the latest Butchers Club venture, a whole host of new openings, and a Happy Valley favourite shutting its doors.
It’s still a very precarious time for us Hongkongers, and while many are spending night after night protesting on the streets, others are beginning to return to normal lives. And the restaurant industry continues to chug along, so let’s get started on this week’s Fresh Food.
Free Food Alert: greasy goodness, with 400 burgers given away free tomorrow afternoon at Blue Butcher.
How're you handling that hangover tomorrow afternoon? We're heading down to Blue Butcher (74%), where they're giving away over 400 burgers in their annual Maxfoodlab, featuring the hunt for the ultimate fast food burger.
Sponsored Giveaway: Cuatro Manos 'Four Hands' menu tonight and tomorrow at Zafran, with free tickets for Facebook fans!
We're a little late with this we know, but Zafran (71%) is hosting a special Cuatro Manos 'Four Hands' menu for two nights, featuring three-time chef of the year Jordi Valles and Aqua's group executive chef Pedro Samper. More importantly though, they're giving away free tickets to Facebook fans!
Round-Up, featuring six bars and restaurants serving the city's finest free food, writes Fenella Dale.
UPDATE: Because of the incredible response, we've added a Free Bar Snacks tag to our search. Click here for over 20 free food spots!
Free food – even the idea makes our stomach rumble. Everyone loves a free nibble with their tipple, but in Hong Kong, the quality of complimentary snacks often vary. DiVino (70%) arguably started the trend, and soon every Wyndham Street bar caught on, often with nothing more than grey-meat-on-stale-bread.