Entering September means fall season is upon us. Whether you’d like to spend autumn days admiring art, sipping wines or staying cozy over Mid-Autumn Festival gatherings with friends and family, Hotel Stage has just the perfect selection of entertainment for you. Read on to find out what we have to offer this September!
Prepare your palate for the fall weather with Muse Wine Bar’s latest wine tasting event showcasing wines for cold climates. Our wine bar manager, Luke, has specially curated four wines made with grape varieties that thrive in different cool regions of the world for wine connoisseurs like yourself. From 23 – 25 September, relish the Zweigelt variety from Austria in a Hideki Kitajima 2019 from Yoichi Hokkaido, Japan, and a Weingut Bründlmayer 2015 from Kamptal, Austria; the Blauburgunder variety in a Weingut Bründlmayer 2016 from Kamptal, Austria; as well as the popular Pinot Noir in a Edoardo Miroglio Soli 2017 from Elenovo, Bulgaria. Start with these first, there will be plenty more waiting for your enjoyment in the cold months coming.
Four glasses of wine, 50ml each, for HKD230 net.
Book your table at Muse Wine Bar: +852 3953 2203
Autumn, the season for family reunions and friendship gatherings is creeping in as we speak. Appreciate the cool evenings while you keep cozy over a scrumptious meal with your favourite bunch. At Kitchen Savvy, to welcome fall season and guests who are looking to enjoy an indulgent dinner with loved ones, we will be launching a range of great deals over weekdays throughout September and October. On Monday nights, guests who opt for our satisfyingly crispy pizzas are entitled to another one for free! On Tuesday nights, guests who dine as four and order three of our new set dinners (yes, we have a new set dinner!) will get to enjoy the fourth free! Join us this autumn to celebrate good times with family and friends.
Terms and conditions apply.
Book your table at Kitchen Savvy: +852 3953 2213
Settling is part of the drifting
sometimes floats up
sometimes floats down
moving through forces
settling by force
but always, as always, settling is a process making things clear
but always, as always, it’s a break before departing again
Sand Settling on Sand is a Non-Solo of Jamsen Law in association with Linda Lai, Verdy Leung, Anson Mak, and Annie Wan. It’s an exhibition combining a new series of digital imaging artworks by Jamsen Law and a collection of artworks by artists from four different disciplines. To expand the scope of conversation about experiences of time, Linda will use text and image on paper, when Anson will use sound and music. As ikebana master Verdy will arrange seasonal flowers for the theme, Annie will show viewers two ceramic books.
This forth one, after the Non-Solos of LEE Suet Ying, TSANG Chui Mei and Elaine WONG in association with John Aiken, Yarli Allison, Kurt Chan, Ho Siu Kee, Hung Keung, Ivy Ma, Linda Lai, Jaffa Lam, and Leo Wong, as the previous ones are to explore both artwork and exhibition making. For the curator-artist, they are both learning processes, learning from the medium, learning from the subject matter. Most importantly, how a person thinks and feels artistically processes the surroundings.
Date: 10 – 25 September, 2021 (closed on Sundays)
Time: 12:00pm – 10:00pm
Fee: Free admission
Location: The Muse, Basement, Hotel Stage, 1 Chi Wo Street, Jordan
For more information, please contact The Muse: +852 3953 2203