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Bot­tom­less Brunch Party

Do you ever hit the club solely be­cause you’re an­tic­i­pat­ing the glo­ri­ous taste of post-club­bing food? It can’t just be us... Now the feast’s been brought to the club, and it’s lev­els above a drunken stag­ger to Tsui Wah. Bun­ga­low’s first ever day party is the best of week­end he­do­nism: Wine and dine on un­lim­ited brunch dishes and drinks from 12-3pm, and the party con­tin­ues with beats by DJ JFung from 3-6pm. You barely even have to move from your seat! Sep 10, noon. Bun­ga­low, Shop 2, G/F, The Cen­trium, 60 Wyn­d­ham St., Cen­tral, $288 for free flow brunch, add on $268 for two hours Veuve Clic­quot, $188 for daiquiris.

East Im­pe­rial Gin Ju­bilee

The Asian gin fes­ti­val hits Hong Kong for the first time. East Im­pe­rial brings a sched­ule jam-packed with five gin-gly ac­tiv­i­ties to the five-day event. Sign up for a gin and oys­ter pair­ing mas­ter­class with Fords Gin on Sep 1, or un­cover the se­cret be­hind the craft of St. Ge­orge gin at The Woods on Sep 2. Top off the Ju­bilee with a street party with mu­sic and $50 gin & ton­ics on Haven Street on the last day, Sep 3. Aug 30-Sep 3. The Woods, L/G, 17 Hol­ly­wood Rd., Cen­tral; The Pon­tiac, 13 Old Bai­ley St., Cen­tral; Stock­ton, G/F, 32 Wyn­d­ham St., Cen­tral; Zuma, 5/F, The Land­mark, 12-16 Queen’s Rd. Cen­tral; Potato Head,

G/F, 100 Third St., Sai Ying Pun, gin­ju­

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