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COMPASS MAGAZINE > May 2017

 

PJ's Cafe

(04) 2325-2457
25, DaYe Rd, West Dist
Hours: weekdays 5 pm-12 midnight, weekends 11:30 am-11:30 pm

This classic neighborhood bar--run by American PJ McKenna--has moved after 16 years in the same spot to an improved location just a few meters away. The nicer layout includes bar seating and high tables, plus outside tables along the breezy pedestrian-only Soho Street. In a cozy upstairs mezzanine level, patrons can hang out, peruse hundreds of paperbacks in the library and take one home, provided they leave one in its place. Coming around June is a second-floor level with seating booths, TV and DVD players to watch movies, dartboard and board games. Entertained by the usual classic rock background music or live sports, customers can enjoy long-time favorites like McKenna's Boneless Chicken (NT$195) or Bangers 'n' Mash (NT$195), both served with baked potato and Caesar salad, plus burgers, Tex-Mex items like burritos and fajitas, a Philly Cheese Steak (NT$150) and nine-ounce filet or ribeye steaks (NT$499/599). Beers start from NT$150 Qingdao and Taiwan large bottles. --By Douglas Habecker, translated by Anna Yang

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