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FYI SOUTH Magazine, March 2007.

Old Fart DJ Bar

96-2, CiSian 3rd Rd.,
YenCheng District; (07) 532-9257
Hours: ??8 pm-4 am;
Fri & Sat 8 pm-6 am
(closed Mondays)
Credit cards accepted.
No service charge.
Smoking allowed.

Having just opened in November, Old Fart DJ Bar is the latest addition to the WuFu Road area nightlife. And if a small, hole-in-the-wall-bar atmosphere, wide-ranging music, and friendly service are 'your thing', this might very well be the place for you. The owners, Eva and Tony, who each have plenty of DJ experience, are, point-blank, into music. Eva, who is keen to converse in both English and Chinese, prides herself in being able to take a song request from a customer, and with a few keystrokes of her computer, turn decibel desires into tangible tunes. After just a few seconds of browsing her many-gig music files, she'll have your fingers tapping to old favorites from the 80's and other eras. Menu items recommended by the owner include the Thai Shrimp Cake (NT$180) and 'Jiau Yan Pai Gu', and, for libations, the Lynchburg Lemonade (NT$180) and Strawberry Daiquiri (NT$240). As you sip your drink, chat with the owners, and enjoy the quaintness of the place, remind yourself that Old Fart, as Eva explains, is about "selling memories". --By Michael Brown and Pei Ling Wu, translated by Annie Liu, photos by Michael Brown

Alcoholic drinks are strictly prohibited for those under 18.

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