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By Andrea Lo | May 18th, 2016
  • Bar
  • Central, HK Island, Lan Kwai Fong
  • Address: UG-1/F,21 D'Aguilar Street,Central
  • Website: http://www.wolfmarket.com.hk/
  • Open Hours: Monday-Sunday, Lunch, Dinner, Late Night
  • Open Since: April 21st, 2016
  • Phone: 2530-9622
  • Rating: 4
  • Cuisine: Bar
  • Ambience: Fancy, Trendy

The Wolf of D’Aguilar Street: Wolf Market aims to disrupt the market, literally, by letting drink prices fluctuate depending their popularity. It’s all about supply and demand: if several patrons go after a particular cocktail, it’ll cost you more. On the other hand, if a drink isn’t doing too well, the price goes down. One cooling measure: when drink prices reach a “trading-day high,” then Wolf Market “crashes” — resulting in costs dipping to an all-time low.

Wolf Market
Drinks at Wolf Market

Look & Feel: Decked out with blue lights, Wolf Market is equipped with an LED screen that runs across the ceiling constantly updated with fluctuating drink prices. The bar is divided into two sections: the Trading Floor downstairs and the Trader’s Room one level up, where you’ll find premium whiskies and cocktails are served.

On the Menu: Wolf Market’s signature tipples include the Golden Cross ($120), consisting of bourbon, brandy and maple syrup, served with coffee beans on the side — which you pour into the drink. There’s also the Rosie Pink Sheet ($120), made with rose-infused vodka and rose syrup alongside lemon juice, garnished with green grapes. Munch on hearty dishes like spicy pork scallion sliders ($128) and Jack Daniel’s fried chicken ($88).

Great For: A competitive evening out with friends, slash-price cocktails, balling out. 

FYI: There’s a secret stairwell that connects the lower floor to the Trader’s Room.

This writeup is a news piece and was not based on a restaurant visit. The Loop will update this post once we’ve visited in person.