TAIWAN > TAIPEI > NIGHTLIFE
By Ken Lin
Translated by Melanie Hou
FUN MAGAZINE, JUNE 2002. VOL.2 ISSUE 6
FuXing(FuHsing) South Rd., section 2, B1 (Kochi Building
Walking into Vacuum Space is like walking into a trendy New
York pub. The platform where the DJ stands looks like a broken
egg shell and oval-shaped lamps line the walls. The warmth
of the light from candles on the tables and comfortable sofas
help to ease away the stresses of the day.
Unwind with a whiskey or cocktail. Make sure to check out
the skills of the bartenders as they mix drinks. It is quite
a show. They are also good at carrying on conversations with
customers sitting at the bar. The wait staff are trained to
provide professional service and to recommend menu items.
The cocktails at Vacuum Space are a unique blend of Western
and Japanese styles. The lengthy drink menu and the frequently-changing
house specials make coming to Vacuum Space an exciting and
There are a number of cocktails to suit your mood. For example,
if you're in a bad mood, the Tokyo Ice Tea (NT$330) will cheer
you up. If you're feeling good, try the colorful Lady Killer
(NT$280) or Kiss In The Dark (NT$240). If you're having trouble
at work, Wowho (NT$250) will rid you of your frustrations.
Men, try buying a beautiful woman a Foxy Lady and, ladies,
buy that shy guy a Zombie. The B-69 is a good choice no matter
your mood. If you don't feel like drinking, the nonalcoholic
blue and orange Blue Fantasy (NT$200) is available.