Remember when Tom Cruise melted our hearts as a jaded yet romantic sports agent in 1996 film “Jerry Maguire”? Named after the character, this newly Causeway Bay bar aims to bring warmth, love and honesty back to a disconnected, tech-obsessed city by introducing innovative dessert cocktails, and by encouraging people to actually talk to each other: So much so that no-phone nights with big discounts are currently on the cards.
Sweet and inviting with clean lines and light wood tables that you might expect in a dessert joint, matched with high bar seats and dimmed lighting, makes Jerry Maguire an even cross between a bar and café. It doesn’t feel out of character to sip on a cocktail here, but it doesn’t feel like a place for you to get sloshed, either. A courtyard outside is lined with long tables, which makes this joint smoker-friendly.
Co-owner and keen molecular mixologist Paul Kwok (previously the bar manager at Gradini) has conceived of a selection of dessert cocktails, sweet concoctions built to be both eaten and drunk. The bar signature is the whimsical Alice