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FYI SOUTH Magazine, April 2007.

Western Rider

Words and Translated by Leifson McEnroe
Photos by Leifson McEnroe

190 , SihWei 4th Rd ,
Kaohsiung City
(07) 269-6911
Hours: 6:30 pm-5 am

Waving goodbye to the old location right across the street from the Pig and Whistle, Western Rider has found a new home to settle down in and is now ready to serve its customers with more tasty dishes and wonderful drinks in the menu, better service with experienced bartenders and waitresses, and fantastic ideas on the weekend for having a great time. The new site of Western Rider is only about four minutes away from the old one, pretty easy to find. With its attractive exterior deco, you won't miss it.

When you step in, the first thing that comes to your eyes is a very long bar with countless bottles of wine and spirits on the shelf. Most of them are the owner's collection, bought in Taiwan and when traveling overseas. The wide space with big tables and long couches gives its customers enough room to indulge themselves with some drinks and also have a good time chatting with friends. Every night after 10, the live DJ there play music and requests. If you haven't eaten dinner yet or still feel hungry, try some dishes in the menu. The owner recommends Stir Fried Beef with Green Pepper, Baked Pig Knuckles with Sauerkraut, and Chips and Home-made Chunky Salsa (your choice of chicken, beef or pork).

At the end of the bar, there is a pool table for people to have some fun while enjoying their beers. If beer and the other cocktails no longer make you satisfied, take a try at "Selfless", which is definitely a punch.
With such a good location in town, a nice bar, excellent drinks, your choice of music and delicious food, Western Rider's bartenders are waiting, and dinner is about to be served. What are you waiting for?

Alcoholic drinks are strictly prohibited for those under 18.

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