Frank’s Records, another genre-busting joint from Red Sauce Hospitality marries the record store experience with a seafood and cocktail bar.
The space has 360 degree views overlooking the Tai Kwun neighborhood located on the 7th floor at 79 Wyndham Street above Frank’s Italian American Social Club. It’s prime location and space is perfect for album launches and private events. Frank’s Records continues the trend-setting legacy of vinyl-only music programming established at Frank’s Social Club in 2018 with the leading collection of hiphop vinyl in Hong Kong, carefully selected by Red Sauce’s partner and Entertainment Director, Mike Darling. Frank’s AAA members will have special all areas access to unique spaces throughout the multi-level Frank’s experience launching in December.
The space is composed of a 12 seat cocktail bar and seafood counter, listening lounge area with custom-built listening tables, and a record retail section that aside from having the most extensive collection of hiphop vinyl in Hong Kong will also sell an array of rock, jazz, soul, reggae, and electronica.
Franks, the clubhouse for the Tai Kwun neighborhood, is a new approach tothe traditional Italian American social clubs of New Jersey and New York.Opened in 2018 Franks is named after Todd’s mentor Frank Amen, thelegendary New Jersey restaurateur. Owners and brothers Todd and MikeDarling, who grew up in New Jersey thought; whoever wrote the rule thatsocial clubs had to be low-key, exclusive joints? Why can’t we build abustling social club, with “welcome home” hospitality that’s open to anyonewho’s passionate about music, food, and cocktails?