Borracho [boh-rrah-choh] Mexican or Chicano slang

Adjective: The state of being drunk

Ex. “Steve was borracho at brunch and dancing on the table again.”

Noun: A person who is habitually drunk.

Ex. “The squad is a bunch of borrachos, but their drunken karaoke game is on point.”

Upscale Mexican eatery, tequila and mezcal lounge, Los Sotano, introduces a new monthly brunch experience. The Borracho Brunch combines the best hip-hop and pop music from the 90’s and early 2000’s with free-flow mexican food, cocktails, and an opportunity for guests sing along to their favorite hip-hop tracks. Borracho Brunch offers an interactive alternative to Hong Kong’s standard mimosas and chit-chat brunch scene.

Nestled deep in the underground of LKF, Los Sotano offers an ideal blackened backdrop to play host to daytime debauchery. The three hour brunch party includes appetizer platters, tableside guacamole, unlimited mexican street-tacos, quesadillas, and churros while the crowd gets lubricated with free-flow Margaritas, Mezcal Bloody Marys, Beer and Wine (HK$495 + HK$200 to add free-flow Champagne) and throwback hits from the likes of Dr. Dre, TLC, Blackstreet, Jay-Z, Destiny’s Child and more. Guests looking to splash out can choose the premium experience (HK$1995 + 10% servc) which includes free-flow Belle Epoque 2011, Carlos Slim Cocktails (normally HK$500 each and made table-side in a gold shaker), Absolut Elyx, and Martell VSOP. After two hours of dining and drinking, the drinks will keep flowing while Karaoke begins and guests are invited to rap, sing, or stumble their way through hip-hop & R’n’B classics alike - or just watch everyone else have a go.

Los Sotano, meaning ‘basement’ in Spanish, is a Santeria-inspired haunt that is bathed in candlelight and worships at the altars of Mexican spirits, Tequila and Mezcal. With over 85 tequilas, and 35 mezcals on offer – all premium and 100% agave-  it would be easy to mistake the lounge as strictly a drinking den, but uncontrived Mexican cuisine at the intersection of heritage and fine-dining is also served up nightly to a dimly lit dining room of suited and booted patrons.