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COMPASS MAGAZINE,October 2007

Part One

Part One

100-13, XiTun Rd, Sec 2; (04)2315-9008
Hours: 9 pm-3 am (to 4 am Fri/Sat)
No service charge or minimum charge. Credit cards not accepted.

If you're looking for a friendly, relaxing, low-key lounge bar to chill out in, Part One may be what you're seeking. Located on a quieter stretch of XiTun Road, about 150 meters from WenXin Road, this place has a simple, yet comfortable and classy, environment with about 40 seats. This includes a small bar and two sofa areas separated by wood-bead curtains. The music is more upbeat and the lighting is brighter than some of the near-pitch-black interiors encountered at other lounges. According to owner Kevin, the idea is to create a safe, friendly after-hours places, notably for the ladies, who make up over half of the customers. A decent cocktail selection averages NT$170 per drink, and there are various wines, whiskies (including single malts) and beers, from the NT$130 Taiwan Beer to NT$180 Heinekens and Coronas. Tiger draft is normally NT$130 for a 500cc glass or NT$350 for a 1,500cc pitcher. Better yet, enjoy all-you-can-drink Tiger for NT$500 on Thursdays. Various food items include popular dishes like the NT$220 Little Hotpot, or the NT$150 Hakka Stir-Fry. --By Douglas Habecker, translated by Ann Lee

Alcoholic drinks are strictly prohibited for those under 18.

 

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