New bar and restaurant group
Noble Concepts brings the city a bar embodying this financial center’s favorite pastime: the stock market. And what better location than right at the foot of Lan Kwai Fong, ready for the finance crowd to pop bottles right after the market closes?
The two-story space inspired by an exchange floor. Sporting all-black walls with bright LED light features, the ceiling is wrapped in stock ticker signs, liquor prices reading “VOD” or “RUM.” Upstairs, The Trader’s Room—reached via a very narrow spiral staircase (or less glamorously, the communal lift)—is where you go to sip cocktails, snack on bar bites, and open bubbly.
The main wall downstairs is dominated by the most standout feature of Wolf Market: the drinks menu, with prices that go up when demand is high, or fall when it’s low. It’s completely automated: After we ordered a G&T, we saw that the base price of Hendrick’s ($108) instantly rose by a few dollars. The bar tells us that prices downstairs can drop or rise by $20 on an average night. Upstairs, the menu is static. The most popular cocktail on the Trader’s
Room menu is the Jazmin ($118), which blends vodka