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FYI SOUTH Magazine, June 2007.

Bridge

BY Monica Lin Translated by Ann Lee Photos by Jimmy

(07) 224-3509
1, Lane 10, LinNan St, Kaohsiung City
Hours: Tue-Sun
9 pm-3 am
Credit cards not accepted.
No service charge. Smoking section.
Chinese & English menu.

Ever want to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and explore somewhere that is a bit closer to a space of your own? Bridge is a suitable place for you to chill in a relaxed environment, where you can enjoy an entire evening of serenity.
Located near the back of the park on WuFu Road, Bridge has a simple black/grey exterior and a catchy sign that looks like a mirror. Literature, philosophy and travel fans alike are Bridge regulars, often gathering here to chat about their passions. The music is mostly jazz and the comfortable sofas are custom-made by owner Elisa. The menu features photographs of international bridges. A uniquely-designed "time tunnel" made of lights is set on top of the bar, also designed by Elisa.
The beverage selection at Bridge ranges from single malt whiskey, teas and soft drinks to sparkling wine, champagne and beer. If you would like to try something special, then order a glass of Dolphin Hotel (NT$220). This glowing-blue drink is both sweet & sour, making it great choice for summer. Perfume (NT$220), another popular drink, has a fragrant smell and is made with rose-flavored liqueur. Although Bridge does not serve any warm food, you may ask the staff to order take-out for you, or bring your own snacks, so you won't get hungry after a night of drinking!
A former bartender herself, owner Elisa says that the sole reason for opening a bar like Bridge is that she wanted to fulfill her dream of creating a low-key place with extreme personal touches and comfort. She definitely wants to make every guest feel at home.

Alcoholic drinks are strictly prohibited for those under 18.

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