With elegant yet relaxing atmosphere, delicious drinks and superb service, some bars, pubs and lounges in Hanoi have become the favorite venue of office women in the age of 30.
After 8-hour working day, young office women often go to some elegant yet relaxing places to enjoy fancy cocktails while listening to the music or chatting together. Here are some must-to-go bars in Hanoi.
+84, 23 Ngo Van So street
I knew this place through a friend of mine. On the day I met her, there was live music playing some of my favorite songs. Since then, it has become my regular address to relax after-work. The bar is close to the nature as nearly half of this space is open to the air.
+84 is highly appreciated by young office women. The cozy atmosphere invites people to open their heart while savoring a delicious cocktail or a cup of wine. The bar also serves Western style menu, featuring cold cuts, cheese, salami and pickles.
The Leprechaun, 146 Tu Hoa street
Nestled in a quiet street alongside the Westlake, The Leprechaun has attracted travelers and expatriates since it was opened.
Nice location, fancy drinks, superb service, open atmosphere… are some first impressions of any visitors to this place.
The owner explains he wants to bring to Hanoi a British pub in truly vintage style. Especially, Leprechaun offers a series of imported beer that suit women’s taste.
La Plume Bar & Lounge, Press Club, 59A Ly Thai To
If you are looking for somewhere chic, cozy, elegant place, this is a good choice. Located on one of the most expensive streets in Hanoi, on the 3rd floor of Press Club building, La Plume features a modern and sophisticated interior design.
Targeted at stylish and wealthy guests, La Plume can’t be characterless. You can rely on the quality of food and drink, of music and of service here.
This is also the place to enjoy the art of cocktail with Oriental touches, for example Phở cocktail. You can’t find them anywhere else because they are the own creations of bartenders at La Plume.
88 Lounge, 88 Xuan Dieu street
Located in the Western part of Hanoi, 88 Lounge offers a fantastic view over the Westlake. Guests often come here for a cozy meeting with friends, or an intimate reception within family or company as the place is elegant and spacious. You can also enjoy a BBQ party in the open air.
Tadioto, 24 Tong Dan street
Opened in Hanoi in 2008, Tadioto has become familiar to “all people” in the city, from artists to businessmen. Tadioto isn’t simply a bar, it offers a cultural space where lovers of art and beauty can themselves at the fullest.