Happy Hours

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Wed­nes­daze DJ & Dim Sum Night

From Feb 17 on­wards, Dud­dell’s is launch­ing a weekly DJ and Dim Sum night fea­tur­ing grooves by DJs Yeti, Fei Pao, Baby Je­sus and Dre Dogue. Be­fore get­ting up to dance the night away, you can stuff your face with the Miche­lin-starred resto’s famed dim sum and siu mei plates, made to share between four, plus free flow cock­tails and wine for a to­tal of $350 per head. Wed­nes­days, 6-10pm. Dud­dell’s, 3-4/F, Shang­hai Tang Man­sion, Dud­dell St., Cen­tral, $350. Tar­tine Thurs­days Cen­tralites hun­ger­ing for tunes and tiny open­faced sand­wiches af­ter work can feast on a tar­tine free flow from 8-10pm, and en­joy the French resto’s buy one get one free drink deal from 6-8pm. The mu­sic? House, disco/funk and deep house sup­plied by FuFu’s res­i­dent DJs. Thurs­days, 6-10pm. Tar­tine, 2-3/F, 38 Lyn­d­hurst Ter­race, Cen­tral. Wong Chuk Hang’s

Best Happy Hour at Above The best happy hour deal in the artsy Southside nabe will have you sit­ting high up on Ovolo Southside’s rooftop bar Above: just $180 for two hours free flow beer, wine, so­das and juices. There’s a free aper­i­tivo spread too, with se­lect ap­pe­tiz­ers Mon­days and Tues­days and a deca­dent mac and cheese sta­tion on Wed­nes­days-Fri­days. Tack on $100 for an ad­di­tional hour of boozin’. Free shut­tles are of­fered back to Ad­mi­ralty af­ter 9pm ev­ery Fri­day. Mon-Fri, 5-9pm. ABOVE, 23-24/F, Ovolo Southside, 64 Wong Chuk Hang Rd., Aberdeen, $180 per head. $15 Oys­ters at

#MeatMeAtPorter­house Mon­days

Though verg­ing on sound­ing like a ques­tion­able pickup line, Porter­house’s #MeatMeAtPorter­house Mon­day deal of­fers $15 oys­ters from 6-8pm. They won’t dis­ap­point, un­like your flaky Tin­der date. While you’re at it, you’ll want to dig deep into Porter­house’s steady week­day deal of two-for-one mar­ti­nis, with com­pli­men­tary gourmet bites. 6-8pm. Porter­house by Laris, 7/F, Cal­i­for­nia Tower, 30-36 D’Aguilar St., Cen­tral.

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