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With HKSAR establishment day, America’s Independence Day and Canada Day all coinciding in the same short work week, it’s high time for a feast. Whether you’re checking out one of the newest restaurants in town or looking to tuck into a barbecue or brunch courtesy of our American and Canadian friends, check out these delicious special menus below.

Canada Day at Shady Acres 

When: 1 July, 1pm until late

If you can brave the public holiday mayhem on Peel Street, celebrate the nicest country in the world at the return of Shady Acres’ Canada Day soiree — unapologetically fuelled by Canadian beers, bloody Caesars, poutine, and more at the neighbourhood hangout. Head there early to nab a seat and try one-off menu specials such as the Boston lobster roll with tomalley-infused cocktail sauce and lobster roe butter; maple bacon burger (a riff on the bar’s staple Impossible cheeseburger with real meat this time) and homemade maple ice cream.

The Shady Acres, G/F, 46 Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong

All-you-can-eat lunch at Henry

When: 4 July, two seatings at 12pm and 2:30pm

Price: HK$668–HK$998 (with free-flow) per adult; HK$350 per child (aged six–12).

American grillhouse Henry at the Rosewood Hong Kong is hosting a gut-busting feast of unlimited barbecue and free-flow drinks to celebrate the Fourth of July this year. The meal starts with a choice of starters, from the popular Butcher’s Shop Terrine to a platter of Fine de Claire oysters; followed by chef Nathan Green’s all-you-can-eat American barbecue. This includes some of the house favourites, including Seven Pepper USDA Prime Beef Brisket with espresso barbecue sauce, barbecue pork belly from Idaho’s Snake River Farms and barbecue chicken from Michigan’s Brink Farms.

Mop up the meat sweats with southern-inspired sides such as charred corn with harissa and parmesan, mac and cheese with devilled lobster, Cajun sweet potato fries and more. To end, a taste of decadent all-American desserts are a must, with delightful treats such as a chocolate fondant cake with pretzel milk ice cream, American-style cheesecake with strawberries and strawberry sorbet and the classic ice cream sundae.

A free-flow beverage option is available including beer, wines and the house cocktail Fish House Punch.

Henry, 5/F, Rosewood Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, +852 3891 8732

Beef brisket bap and barbecue packs at Feather & Bone

When: 29 June–5 July

Hong Kong premium butcher Feather & Bone is offering barbecue meat packs for those looking to host their own Fourth of July shindig at home this year. Priced at HK$998, the set includes 1kg grain-fed T-Bone, four bacon burger patties, 800g of house-made barbecue pork ribs — fall-off-the-bone ready, and a piquant New York steak rub for all your marinating needs. An even more premium option with four more burger patties, and a 3kg beef brisket is available at just HK$1,498. 

For those of you who want a fuss-free dining option, head to Feather & Bone restaurants for a  taste of its limited edition ‘Bangin’ Brisket Sandwich’ (HK$168), featuring nicely smoked, tender Wagyu brisket, served with ‘slaw, pickles and a spicy aioli sauce. Available for dine-in, takeaway as well as delivery via Deliveroo.

Feather & Bone, various locations including Shop 1, G/F, 38 Shelley Street, Central, +852 2179 6211

Independence Day buffet brunch at Kinship

When: 4–5 July

Price: HK$498 per guest, additional HK$198 for free-flow alcoholic beverages.

Aside from a viewing of the 1996 Will Smith classic of the same name, ‘Independence Day’ traditions also often entail a hefty feast of all-American backyard barbecue favourites. Head to Kinship for a Fourth of July rendition of its popular weekend brunch, with unlimited plates of devilled eggs, crawfish and corn boil, Cajun roasted chicken, beef sliders, pulled pork and corn dogs. For dessert, homey classics such as apple pie with custard and berry trifle are sure to wrap up the meal on a satisfying note.

Kinship, 3/F, LL Tower, 2–4 Shelley Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2520 0899

Evelyn Lok
Managing Editor
When not trying out the latest beauty and wellness trends, Evelyn is likely enjoying a perfectly balanced negroni or exploring some of Hong Kong's best new places to eat and drink. At Lifestyle Asia she covers everything from the biggest events in town to interviews with Hong Kong specialists, with topics spanning art, food and drink, health, tech, and travel.