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FYI SOUTH Magazine, June 2006.

Bed Lounge

7, ShihJhong 1st Road, Kaohsiung City (near the corner of ShihJhong and WuFu 3rd Road)
(07) 281-7778
Hours:Everyday 8 pm-3 am
10% service charge.


---By John Matthews Translated by Annie Liu

Ask the owner of recently opened Bed Lounge where to go and he'll tell you with a comic grin: "Go to bed, the Bed Lounge". You won't be disappointed if you're looking for something new and funky. This spot, located almost directly across the street from the Catholic Church on WuFu 3rd Road, is Kaohsiung's newest and possibly next big nightspot.

The menu is filled with numerous cocktails, first class wines and whiskies and even Cuban cigars. It may read like a book, but the menu features some of the finest things in life. Consumption connoisseurs will appreciate the length of detail in cocktails like 'Somewhere in Time', 'Room number' or the classic 'Sex on the Beach'. However, at NT$200 to NT$250 each (two for the price of one for foreigners on Friday nights) the prices are hardly a stretch on your wallet. And, what better way to enjoy a delicious cocktail than to stretch your legs out on one of five elaborately decorated beds. Don't forget to slip off your shoes and slip into a pair of lounge slippers on these very comfortable and stylish units with you and a few of your closest friends.
There is food on the menu as well. Simple and appetizing options like fried squid, squid rings, a cheese plate (with seven assorted cheeses), chicken wings and even fish and chips. All priced the same at NT$250 per plate. With bright stars illuminating the ceiling inside, this place has a unique laidback feel of its own. Look out for specials every Friday night and a bartender who can juggle more than a few drinks while mixing cocktails. The owner Brian, will be more than happy to play your own CD's, as long as it reflects the atmosphere.

Alcoholic drinks are strictly prohibited for those under 18.

 

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