• BROUGHT TO LIFE BY THE FOUNDERS OF THE OLD MAN, THE SEA IS SET TO OPEN ON PO YAN STREET THIS MID-MARCH 2019

    Bar Veterans Agung Prabowo, James Tamang and Roman Ghale Turn the Page to a New Chapter of The Old Man and the Sea

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    <<13th March, 2019 – Hong Kong>> Following a triumphant year of recognitions and awards for Soho cocktail bar The Old Man (no.10 on World’s 50 Best Bars, no.5 on Asia’s 50 Best Bars and winner of DMBA 2018’s Asia Bar and Bartender of the Year Awards), founders Agung Prabowo, James Tamang and Roman Ghale have announced the opening of their second venture, THE SEA by The Old Man.

    THE SEA by The Old Man will open its doors this mid-March as a rustic spin-off concept and sister venue of The Old Man, continuing on the theme of Ernest Hemingway’s 1952 hit novel The Old Man and the Sea.

    A new chapter of modern cocktail creations will be revealed with the launch of THE SEA by The Old Man. Unveiling a rustic and seasonal cocktail menu that is anything but ordinary, the drinks are fashioned after Hemingway’s extraordinary mind and infamous candour. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages will highlight the most innovative methods in modern mixology as well as culinary techniques such as fermentation, sous-vide cooking and rotary evaporation. Drinks will be presented in a humble, rustic and simple style and are priced starting from HK$90 + 10% per cocktail.

    Stay tuned for more details on The Sea, opening this mid-March 2019 on 2 Po Yan Street, Sheung Wan.

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    Bar Details – The Sea
    Address – 2 Po Yan Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
    Tel – 852 – 2307 0030
    Opening Hours – Monday – Saturday, 4pm – midnight

    About The Sea

    Brought to life by the same guys behind award-winning bar The Old Man, The Sea is the continued success story of bar veterans Agung Prabowo, James Tamang and Roman Ghale. The Sea delves deeper into Ernest Hemingway’s 1952 novel, The Old Man and the Sea, and finds inspiration in the old fisherman’s simple and rustic yet fulfilling lifestyle.

    About Ernest Hemingway

    It’s no secret that booze was Hemingway’s life-blood, for himself as much for his fictional cohorts.  He was also a sophisticated drinker, a local connoisseur who sought out the best bars from Paris to Pamplona. The Old Man presents 12 new experimental cocktails as a homage to Hemingway, connecting drinkers to the novels, history and folklore using distinctive culinary gears and unique ingredients. The signature cocktail menu is a nostalgic ode to Hemingway’s particularities, including “Yesteryear Cocktails.”