Foxglove is embodied by the character Frank Minza, a death-defying adventurer with a taste for rare spirits. His voice carries through from elements of design to the menu selection, evoking the golden age of aviation and travel by implementing a replica of a 1940s Gloster jet engine mounted behind the stage, and identifying cocktails by their era of time. With Foxglove, we aim to establish an institution in the heart of Central: a place that feels comforting with a dash of sophistication. Named after the poisonous flower, the venue is set for one of Hong Kong’s most exclusive jazz lounges, an elegant establishment modelled on the great drinking dens of the 1950s. Foxglove also offers a selection of rare cognac and spirits, bottled in the 1930s, 40s, and 50s - aged for as long as half a century. Bottles from defunct distilleries as well as Japanese cask-strength whiskies are also available. A carefully crafted cocktail menu pays homage to a bygone time when spirits were king and bartenders revered. Choose your favourite cocktails from fascinating selections such as “Homage to Prohibition” or “A Taste for the Exotic”, kick back with one of our classic cocktails or sip a rare, vintage brandy bottled in the 1930s paired with fine Cantonese Dim Sum cuisine.
2/F, Printing House, 6 Duddell Street
12:00 - 22:00 (Mon - Sat) (Closed on Sunday)