Thank God It’s Tuesday at EATO LANDMARK

Hong Kong’s F&B industry is getting back in the game, with new restaurants and bars cropping up around town and exciting dining ventures like BaseHall launching. Another concept has just been announced at the upscale shopping and dining compound LANDMARK. Presenting a happy hour on a weekday far before Friday—Tuesday—LANDMARK’s Thank God It’s Tuesday is a trendy culinary concept to bring together the city’s best F&B scene back together.

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LANDMARK EATO is a hip culinary concept encouraging diners to EATOgether, EATOenjoy and EATOdiscover through the promotion of happy hour sessions, pop ups, food events, limited edition menus and unique drink specials—all under one roof housing 70 F&B outlets.

“Food has always been at the epicentre of our culture. LANDMARK EATO weaves together world class F&B restaurants and bars in support of the culinary world. We welcome our local patrons as well as global travellers to connect with EATO over delectable dining experiences while creating joyous memories together. EATOgether at LANDMARK!” said Raymond Chow, Executive Director of Hongkong Land Limited.

Find out more about BaseHall here

Image courtesy of LANDMARK

LANDMARK TGIT Weekly Promotions

Pause your work week with some of the happy hour deals on TGIT (Thank God It’s Tuesday) which offers HK$69 drinks from 6-9pm every Tuesday night from 16th June until 4th August.

Highlights include:

  • Fleur D’Amour at PDT Hong Kong
  • Young Master IPA Beer at MO Bar
  • Wine at SOMM
  • Aperol Spritz at Café Causette
  • Floral-inspired cocktails at Kakure
  • Cocktails at ZUMA Lounge & Bar
Image courtesy of LANDMARK

Find out more about the concept and discover new food journeys by following the social media platforms via Facebook, WeChat, Weibo and Instagram, to learn all about the latest updates on promotions, pop-ups, food and drink deals, and exclusive events.

Cha Siu Papers is managed by Faye Bradley, the founder of Cha Siu Papers Times.

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