Back by popular demand, THE TERRACE will feature eight of the city's most popular hot-spots including new-comers Chef Tiff's Kitchen and Fat Leg BBQ s as well as returning favourites Beef & Liberty and Bread & Beast. Billed as the best place to eat during Hong Kong art week, THE TERRACE will also feature a central bar fully stocked with a selection of wine, beer and non-alcoholic goodies guaranteed to satisfy.
Also joining THE TERRACE area will be Official Partner Mumm's, MEDIA X MUMM BEACH CLUB. Reminiscent of the exclusive waterfront lounges dotting the coasts of Bali and California, the MEDIA X MUMM BEACH CLUB offers a relaxed atmosphere, live DJ sessions, and the Instagram-worthy Mumm Poptail, a glass of Mumm Grand Cordon Rosé and a fruity ice pop. Those purchasing a bottle of Mumm champagne also have the chance to learn about sabrage, an exciting technique for opening a champagne bottle with a saber. Unveiled during First Night, the MEDIA X MUMM BEACH CLUB is open the duration of the fair.
CHEF TIFF'S KITCHEN
One of Hong Kong's Matcha specialists, Chef Tiff presents her unique take on contemporary fusion tea cuisine.
Brian Woo's acclaimed team will be serving authentic Vietnamese dishes cooking with ingredients sourced directly from Vietnam to ensure authenticity.
Lane Crawford WHAT IS ART?
Supporting Partner Lane Crawford premiers at Art Central creating a bold installation that brings online interaction to the real-world. Featuring the bold, humourous and thoughtful illustrations of Craig and Karl, visitors are invited to upload a portrait and embellish and transform, creating a bold work of art. These portraits will be featured in a digital installation in THE TERRACE, with the best entry of the week selected to take home an exclusive Craig & Karl skateboard.
The initiative is a part of Lane Crawford’s “What is Art” platform, which invites customers to discover new forms of expressions through over 30 global exclusive collections. The unique art collaborations with emerging international and local talents will continue to define the diverse nature of art, today and tomorrow.