NEW PARTY CONCEPT, DISCO BAO, AT DUDDELL’S RECAPTURES THE GLORY DAYS OF CANTO DISCO
Hong Kong,- Disco Bao, a party concept conjuring the glamorous halcyon days of Hong Kong’s party scene is now launched at Central’s Duddell’s. The second Saturday of every month sees the Michelin starred dim sum eatery’s salon area transformed into a reincarnation the devil-may-care days of Hong Kong’s Disco Disco. A pre-party dinner is offered for HK$800 (+10% servc.) that includes a selection of dim sum accompanied by a free-flow selection of Perrier-Jouet Champagne, beer, and wine before the revelry lets loose with hits from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s fuelled by a selection of Absolut Elyx, Beefeater, and Tequila Avion cocktails.
Recalling the epidemic of disco fever that spread through Hong Kong in the late 1970s and early 80s, changing the city's nightlife forever, Disco Bao looks to resurrects the scene's hedonistic glory days. Local Hong Kong DJ David Teng energizes a chic crowd and encourages integration on the dance floor with incredibly danceable renderings by the likes of Madonna, George Michael, and Duran Duran. Partygoers not yet dance-ready mix and mingle throughout the subtle luxury of Duddell’s salon and ferry light festooned terrace while fortifying themselves with cocktails such as the Elyx Negroski, (HK150) served in a photo-worthy copper pineapple.
A call-back to Hong Kong’s mythical Disco Disco, Disco Bao aims to be an exotic space full of gorgeous people decked out in striking ensembles. Admission is complimentary, and the monthly party kicks off at 10p. Those looking to fortify their constitutions for the evening of cocktail infused debauchery ahead can enjoy a selection of Duddell’s dim sum beginning at 8p.