Fenwick The Dock The fine art of seduction not your forte? Desperate for any sign of a come-hither glance? Head down to Fenwick’s, where the subdued blue lighting will mask your questionable looks. When the low-ceilinged rooms fill with drunken revellers you’ll be sure to brush up against some combination of naughty bits. Alternatively, find yourself a lonely ingénue sitting at the island bar, and schmooze away. Offer to buy her a Screwdriver or a Sex on the Beach, and she’ll be bowled over by your charm. Of course, she may not be quite the naïve young waif you thought, but there you are. It’s either that or an American sailor on shore leave. 41 Lockhart Rd., Wan Chai, 2861-1669 Agave So you’ve been told to show the hot visiting staffer how urbanites here party? Of course you know better than to keep it strictly professional. Every visitor to Hong Kong wants to check out Lan Kwai Fong, so show him your wild side at Agave. Usher in rounds of Agave’s Reposados tequilas, perch those perky numbers against the bar, lick the rim of your margarita glass and ask him if it’s true what they say about a man who wears a large sombrero. Then head up to the mezzanine where the low-key lighting will push even the most straight-laced towards some seriously career-jeopardising action. And if things can’t wait, there’s always the unisex toilet. 33 D’Aguilar St., Central, 2521-6669. Cococabana “Strong, attractive youth WLTM young woman with GSOH. Likes long walks on moonlit beaches.” Of course, you hate going for walks, much less in the dark - but that doesn’t really matter. It doesn’t really matter that you’re fifty with a beer belly, either, because everyone lies in personals. Plus it’s summertime; no one you know is around to see the cow you’ve shacked up with. Of course, on the off chance that an attractive girl replies to the personal, you may have to grin, bear it and go for a moonlit walk or two. Afterwards, nurse your stubbed toes at Cococabana as she tells you that it’s not going to work out. All that nocturnal beachcombing for nothing. 2/F, Beach Building, Deep Water Bay, 2812-2226 Blue Bar Seven-year itch kicking in? Or just like preying on the meek and helpless? Well, if you’ve met a wealthy young sugar daddy (his wife and kids holidaying in Nice for the summer), there’s nothing so effective at loosening his guard than spending a night canoodling up to the poor, weak little fool on one of Blue Bar’s soft leather couches. The blue glass decor and beautiful harbour views cast any femme fatale (that’s you) in sultry light, and from there it’s Mrs. Robinson all the way home. Or at least upstairs to one of Hong Kong’s most expensive hotel rooms. Lobby Level, Four Seasons Hotel, 8 Finance St., Central, 3196-8830.