EST. | 1966
G/F, 27 Staunton Street
The name of the Club is taken from the most eventful year in contemporary Chinese history: The year when the citizens of China led by Dr. Sun Yat Sen overthrew the corrupt monarchy which had ruled China for centuries. (The exact date being 10/10/1911, or “double ten” as it is called in Taiwan). The emperors of the last dynasty (Ching Dynasty) were not actually ethnic Chinese but rather Manchurians from the North East. It is a source of great pride to all Chinese people that 1911 was the beginning of contemporary China.
The ambience of Club 1911 is that of the era and characterized by twentieth century Chinese/Western motifs and decorations, which accurately suggest the décor of 1911. The lighting, stained glass windows and pictures are typical of a bar in old Hong Kong in that era. The carved wooden doors with multi-colored stained glass; black wood Chinese ceiling lanterns; colored glass hanging lights; hand painted art nouveau wall lamps and mahogany back bar cabinet are authentic antiques of the period. The hand waxed floor and bar top are typical of the early twentieth century but rarely found in premises today.
We trust that you will find this place to be a “special” venue for meeting friends from both the East and West.
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Daily 5pm to 9pm
Mon to Friday from 5 pm to 2 am .
Sat and Sun 2 pm to 2 am.
We accept all major credit cards.
You can contact us in any of the following ways:
(852) 2810 6681
(852) 2868 2516
General Email Box
G/F., 27 Staunton Street, SoHo, Central, H.K.
We are open 7 days a week from 5 pm to 2 am Mon to Friday.
2 pm to 2 am on Sat and Sun.