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COMPASS MAGAZINE > October 2009

Level Bar

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Level Bar

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Level Bar

363, YongChun E Rd (next to Oh-Ya Motel)
Hours: 8 pm-3 am
Credit cards accepted. 10% service charge.
NT$200/person minimum charge.

Opened by three friends from different walks of life--a hair stylist, a visual designer and a chef--Level Bar's small but chic ambiance attracts friends and patrons from all over. Most of the customers here are heavy spenders, including lawyers, professors and doctors. The winning characteristic of Level is its relaxing, cozy and natural atmosphere, making it a fun, lively place perfect for hanging out with friends, or making new ones. Rather than the raucous noise of a KTV, you can instead enjoy a relaxing evening over some alcohol and food in a tranquil elegance. Red wines and whiskeys like Glenfiddich, Macallan and Hennessy are mainly served here, in addition to cocktails and beers. Occasionally, there are also alcohol sampling events. For gatherings and birthday parties, call ahead and make a reservation. --By Ann Li, translated by Naomi Lai

A. This chilled-out sofa bar features a comfortable yet trendy Baroque-inspired decor.

B. The Singapore Sling (NT$200) is a well-known concoction that exudes the gentle perfume of cherry and sweetness that matches its layers of color.

Level BarC. Thai Style Seafood Salad (NT$250), spicy Gong Bao Flavored Thousand-Year-Old Eggs (NT$120) and Chips (NT$120) are all great with drinks.

Compass Magazine is required by law to remind you not to drink and drive.

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