This weekend is filled with amazing things to do around Macau! Besides Artyzen Grand Lapa Macau’s first-ever wine and dine event to an afternoon tea at The St. Regis Bar Macao, there are art exhibitions, cultural performances and much more to check out these days. Vida Rica Bar is crafting a series of different hot dogs to taste with flavors from all four corners of the world, so head there for snacks, cool drinks and homemade fries. Also, don’t miss out on the chance to win a stylish champagne afternoon tea for two at The St. Regis Bar Macao with our fantastic giveaway. Have a great weekend!
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Vida Rica Bar is having a pop-up dining delight featuring a wide range of hot dog recipes for all to enjoy these internationally loved snacks overlooking Mandarin Oriental, Macau’s panoramic views of Macau. Once you step into this foodie’s dream, expect to be amazed by all sorts of ingredients and condiments from all four corners of the world. From Paris to South Korea, Mandarin Oriental, Macau’s cooking team is crafting a series of different hot dogs for everyone to experience.
This original and creative pop-up includes several hot dogs recipes such as the Gangnam Dog with hot spicy pork sausage, kimchi and pork belly, but also Tikka Dog featuring homemade tikka chicken and purple cabbage, El Diablo–Spanish chorizo, peppers and chimichurri–and their signature, A Night in Paris. Inspired by French flavors, it starts with a Frankfurter sausage in an extra-long baguette, topped with Dijon mustard, lardons, and choucroute. Each one is paired with homemade fries where you can choose Disco or Diablo. Drink choices are between Samuel Adams beer or Goose Island IPA.
When: February 24–April 18, 2021
How much: Hot dogs – MOP $128–228
Drinks – From MOP $68
Fries – MOP $98 per portion
For more information and reservations, call Vida Rica Bar at +853 8805 8928 or send an email to [email protected]
While wrapping up February, Artyzen Grand Lapa Macau organizes yet another Boa Vida event, their first-ever Wine & Dine at the hotel! Featuring 18 New World wines with pairing food for just MOP $360 per person. For one-day-only, experience an exquisite dining event with wine tastings, but also foods specially crafted to pair with these tailored and chosen beverages. Artyzen Grand Lapa Macau will be showcasing a series of red, white and many other wines at this event that’s surely going to attract everyone looking for some fun around wine, food and friends.
When: Saturday, 6:00pm–10:00pm (dinner), 10:00pm–2:00am (after party), February 27, 2021
Where: Artyzen Grand Lapa Macau, 956-1110 Avenida da Amizade, Macau
How much: Dinner – MOP $360 per person
After party – MOP $120 per person
For more information and bookings, call +853 8793 3888 or check here
The Rebirth in the Spring Breeze: Art Exhibition of He Duoling showcases nearly 50 pieces and sets of sketches and oil paintings which cover various periods of He’s artistic pursuit, including his new works from 2019. From these exhibits, visitors will catch a glimpse of his artistic development and feel his vigorous and endless creativity.
This exhibition also showcases House with No Roof and Wild Garden, Woman and Wall, the large-scale paintings completed by He last year. He has a fondness for architecture; he contemplated and constructed the relation between the figures and the architectural environment in his Labyrinth Tower series, and he designed the He Duoling Museum by himself. He thinks highly of architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s ‘less-is-more’ approach and has integrated the architectural philosophy into his artistic language: using subtractive techniques, he conveys the subtlety and fullness in the refined yet simple composition of his paintings.
When: November 6, 2020–March 21, 2021
Where: Macao Museum of Art, Avenida Xian Xing Hai, NAPE, Macau
How much: Free admission
For more information, check the event’s official website
The creation of Executive Sous Chef at The Manor, Michele Dell’Aquila, Let’s Do a Luxe Lunch represents an enhanced interpretation of the popular seasonal “Let’s do Lunch” menu, and offers diners an alternative to the traditional “hotel brunch” while showcasing some of the finest ingredients from the land and the sea for an unmistakably luxurious lunch experience.
Available in four or five-course menus, highlights of Let’s Do a Luxe Lunch include Boston lobster served with mushroom consommé, foie gras, and parmesan chips, and homemade ravioli served with Reblochon de Savoie, porcini mushroom, and kabocha pumpkin. Meat lovers can indulge their cravings with a tender venison fillet wrapped in flaky pastry, Wellington style, and then dressed with sour cherry sauce, followed by our much-loved organic mountain egg, soft cooked and served on a bed of green asparagus, soft polenta, maple roasted Japanese potato and a garnish of black truffle.
Seafood connoisseurs will love the seasonal turbot with baked celeriac, red mullet bottarga, fennel, and cilantro, while sweet tooths will find warmth in the dessert of an intensely rich rice pudding served with caramel mousse, port wine pear, pistachio, and rice pudding ice cream.
When: 12:00pm–3:00pm, ongoing
How much: Four-course – MOP $588+ per person
Five-course – MOP $698+ per person
*Free flow Billecart-Salmon Brut Champagne package for an additional MOP $298 per person
Seasonal “Let’s Do Lunch in Fall” three-course set – MOP $248 per person
For reservations or more information, email [email protected] or call +853 2882 8898
Recipient of prizes at the 2019 Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow and at the 2018 Long-Thibaud Crespin competition in Paris, Japanese-American violinist Mayumi Kanagawa is known for her rich, sound and profound musicality. For this concert, she will interpret an enchanting, romantic violin concerto by Erich Wolfgang Korngold, a great composer of film music of the 20th century; and, Christoph Poppen, principal conductor of the Cologne Chamber Orchestra and principal guest conductor of Hong Kong Sinfonietta, will once again conduct Macao Orchestra for an interpretation of Schumann’s vibrant “Symphony No. 1 – Spring”, bringing to you a perfect sweet love-filled Valentine’s night!
When: Friday, 8:00pm, February 26, 2021
Where: Grand auditorium, Macao Cultural Centre, Avenida Xian Xing Hai s/n, NAPE, Macau
How much: MOP $150–250 per person
For more information, check the official website
In the warm spring, when all the flowers bloom, we welcome the Year of the Ox. The Macao Fashion Gallery (MFG) presents a brand new exhibition on this occasion, 2021 Brand Story—Macao Original Fashion Exhibition, bringing a broad portfolio of works and wonderful events all year round. Local fashion brands are taking charge of the overall arrangement of the exhibition. Fashion design and spatial art together tell different stories at the MFG, hoping to impress fashion enthusiasts with passion and sincerity.
The exhibition is staged in eight phases. The youthful and sweet female clothing brand Nega C. is the first to be displayed. The designer brings the latest series which incorporates Chinese style elements and combines traditional cheongsam design with modern styles, portraying the image of gentle and graceful modern Chinese women. Through these works, the public can savor the stories behind them. In addition, a sales space, the 2021 Exclusive Fashion Collections—Showroom, is available, bringing together clothing and accessories from over 30 local original brands. The public is welcome to participate and purchase their favorite products.
When: January 13–March 14, 2021
Where: Macao Fashion Gallery, 47 Rua de S. Roque, Macau
How much: Free admission
For more information, call +853 2835 3341 or check their website
People celebrate love mainly because of its beauty. The Macao Chinese Orchestra shares the taste of love with music aficionados on the Lantern Festival–15th day of the first Chinese lunar month–with a beautiful love story and melody. Quoting a Chinese poem: “After experiencing the magnificence of the ocean, all other sources of water seem inferior. After witnessing the incomparable clouds of the magic mountain of the fairies; all other clouds are of no significance.”
When: Friday, 8:00pm, February 26, 2021
Where: D. Pedro V Theatre, Largo de Santo Agostinho, Macau
How much: MOP $100–120
For more information, check this website
The St. Regis Bar is crafting a London-themed luxurious treat that’ll leave everyone craving for more. The St. Regis x Royal Albert 100 years Afternoon Tea Set–now available every day–includes sumptuous and delightful bites such as smoked salmon roe with créme fraiche, blinis, and chives, but also quiche. As for choices of sandwiches, there’s Boston lobster with lemon vinaigrette, truffled egg mayonnaise and micro watercress, English cucumber with minted cream cheese, and more. On the sweet side, guests will be able to enjoy an array of freshly baked scones, Big Ben (orange crémeux, crispy and Earl Grey mousse), The London Eye (chocolate mousse, caramel cream with chocolate cake), and many other delicacies, paired with high-quality teas or coffee.
And because cocktails are always a great choice, The St. Regis Macao has also included a choice (per additional charge) of a cocktail or mocktail: matcha sour, peach bramble, and Earl Grey gimlet–their original mixes. For those looking to add a touch of classiness to their afternoon meal, Billecart-Salmon champagne is available, as well as caviar. This is just the perfect delight for a friends’ gathering or a romantic date with your partner. Try their afternoon tea, available every day, by booking now!
When: Daily, 2:00pm–5:30pm
How much: MOP $398++ (for two persons), MOP $588++ (for two persons, inclusive of Billecart-Salmon champagne tea set), MOP $888++ (for two persons, inclusive of Baikal Oscietra caviar tea set)
For more information and bookings, call +853 2882 8898 or send an email to [email protected]
++ All prices are subject to 10% service charge and 5% government tax
Taipa Village Cultural Association is delighted to present the first show of the year, entitled “Walking Culture – Outdoor and Indoor Collective Exhibition”, in collaboration with thirteen Macau and international artists who hosted exhibitions at Taipa Village Art Space between 2016 and 2020. A diverse collection of artworks handpicked by the artists, the exhibition features paintings, illustrations, photography, movie posters, zines and more.
As a distinctive art showcase for Taipa Village Cultural Association’s past few years, this breakout exhibition brings together a unique combination of outdoor art installations and interior displays of selected works by thirteen individual and collaborative talents from Macau and across the world, creating a visual spectacle richly endowed with cultural heritage, interactivity and art appreciation. Going beyond a conventional indoor display, the experience takes art-lovers outdoors, enticing them to stroll among the heritage spots and historic lanes of Taipa Village as they explore the culture, the charm and the distinctive atmosphere of the district.
When: February 3–March 31, 2021
Where: Taipa Village Art Space, 10 Rua Dos Clérigos, Taipa
How much: Free admission
For more information, call +853 2857 6116 or check their Facebook page
Local artists Lam Un Mei and Ye Jiehao are winners of the Grand Prize of the Jury Award in the Collective Exhibition of Macao Visual Arts 2018 and the Collective Exhibition of Macao Artists 2019, respectively. The Cultural Affairs Bureau organizes the “Exhibition of Works by Lam Un Mei and Ye Jiehao – Grand Prize Winners Artists of Jury Award in Collective Exhibition of Macao Artist” to showcase the creative achievements of the two artists, thereby encouraging local artists to move forward and pursue artistic creation.
This exhibition features a total of 38 pieces (sets) of prints and seal carvings by the two artists. Lam Un Mei is known for displaying a strong personality in her prints. Her work The Fourth of the Wall Series won the Grand Prize of the Jury Award, the Young Artist Award and the Excellent Artwork Award in the Collective Exhibition of Macao Visual Arts 2018. This exhibition presents 15 prints by Lam Un Mei, including her award-winning work in 2018 and new works created over the past two years; in particular, the work “Small Home in Big City” Series, inspired by the artist’s “reclusive” state during the novel coronavirus pneumonia, conveys her sentiments and reflections on life.
When: December 4, 2020–March 14, 2021
Where: Exhibitions Gallery and the Nostalgic House of Taipa Houses-Museum, Avenida da Praia, Carmo, Taipa
How much: Free admission
For more information, check here
Macau Lifestyle is partnering with The St. Regis Macao for a fabulous giveaway rewarding two lucky winners allowing them to treat their special someone to an extravagant afternoon tea. Embark on an extraordinary dining experience steeped in remarkable history and prestige at The St. Regis Bar.
The reopening of The St. Regis Bar Macao was one of the most exciting things that happened in Macau last year. When you walk from the elevator lobby towards the bar’s entrance, you’ll instantly be impressed by the interiors even from afar. The bar’s concept is inspired by the House of Astor, the first-ever luxury hotel in New York City, also owned by the Astor family. The designers managed to pay homage to Macau’s heritage, the rich history of The St. Regis, and the House of Astor through intricate details, decor, and art.
The St. Regis Bar proudly presents the St. Regis x Royal Albert 100 years Afternoon Tea Set. It is available every day and includes sumptuous and delightful bites such as smoked salmon roe with créme fraiche, blinis, and chives. As for choices of sandwiches, there’s Boston lobster with lemon vinaigrette, truffled egg mayonnaise and micro watercress, English cucumber with minted cream cheese, and more. You’ll find delectable delicacies, paired with high-quality teas or coffee. The St. Regis Macao has also included a choice (per additional charge) of a cocktail or mocktail: matcha sour, peach bramble, and Earl Grey gimlet–their original mixes. If you want to indulge a little bit more, the Billecart-Salmon champagne is also available, as well as caviar. It’s a stylish location to catch-up with friends or colleagues. The setting is also ideal for a romantic date with your loved ones. It’s available daily from 2:00pm–5:30pm.
This particular prize we’re gifting our readers is valued at MOP $588 for two persons inclusive of Billecart-Salmon champagne tea set. Redeemable only on Monday–Thursday, We’ll be selecting two winners. This giveaway ends on March 1, 2021, and the winners will be notified directly via email. Good luck!