Bar Built from Lego Bricks Coming to Hong Kong

Bar Built from Lego Bricks Coming to Hong Kong

The touring global pop-up Brick Bar includes Hong Kong on its route, and we’re pretty much bricking it

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Foodie  Foodie  on 9 May '19


This bar was truly built for fun and takes building your own cocktails to a whole other level.

The Brick Bar is coming to Hong Kong this autumn – the proposed date is set for 9 November 2019!


Brick Bar Hong Kong

Photo credit: @thebrickbars


The life-size Lego cocktail bar is taking the beloved childhood activity to the extreme, which continues into adulthood for many – think clandestine Friday-night kitchen tables, feigning illness to rowdy friends and enjoying JOMO to the max with the therapeutic fun of building Lego (or is that just us?).

Brick Bar Hong Kong

Photo credit: @thebrickbars


There will be ping-pong tables, ball pits, chairs and even thrones built completely from Lego bricks, but they’ll also litter the place with bricks for you to build your own structures as you enjoy a tipple or two. Plus, there will be DJs who’ll presumably play “Everything is Awesome” on loop (just jokes – they’ll probably spin “Super Cool” too).

Brick Bar Hong Kong

Photo credit: @thebrickbars


Not affiliated with the brand Lego (it is a brand made for kids, after all) but completely built from it, The Brick Bar was previously called Legobar, but they had to rename themselves over the past year they’ve been operating their global tripping pop-up. We think this name works even better.

They’ve already constructed themselves for short stays in London, Toronto, Vancouver, New York, Sydney and Melbourne, and Hong Kong is on track for autumn 2019. If you want to find out the exact dates, location and ticket deets, sign up here to be notified.

Brick Bar Hong Kong

Photo credit: @thebrickbars


And here comes our parting line (you’ll either eye-roll or give us a mind high five depending on your mood right now): watch out you don’t imbibe too much at The Brick Bar or you could end up Legoless. Tee-hee.


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