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O’Tailor Coffee & Bar

The old-fashioned storefront showcase and name of this establishment can easily fool passers-by into thinking this is a vintage tailor shop. Step inside, though, and you’ll encounter a classic-looking, private-feeling bar, complete with a vested bartender in front of bottle-lined wooden shelves, warm lighting and cushy chairs. Owner Candy Lin’s inspiration was her family’s background in the textile and cloth business and she is assisted by her husband—a fireman stationed directly across the street—on his off days. The focus here is 40 whiskies (NT$250-350/glass, NT$1,500-4,900/bottle), including Scotch, Irish whiskey, bourbon and even a fine Indian whisky (Amrut Fusion Single Malt), plus 52 bottled beers from England, Germany, Spain, France and elsewhere, including a 24-type line-up of Taiwan Head Brewers craft beers. There are also alcohol-free beers, coffees, teas, and western/Asian light meals and snacks. The nostalgic decor includes wooden barrels, red-brick wallpaper, and tables made from antique foot-pedal sewing machines. Sports matches can also be viewed on TVs by request.

333, Taiwan Blvd, Sec 3, West Dist
週二至五/Tue-Fri 7 pm-2 am,
週六/Sat 7 pm-3 am
(週一休/closed Mon)

Don’t drink and drive 酒後不開車.安全有保障

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Written by 石東文 Courtney Donovan Smith

Courtney Donovan Smith is co-publisher of Compass Magazine and editor-in-chief of


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