Highlands, Lowlands, Speyside, Campbeltown, the Isle of Islay. If those regions mean more to you than just bagpipes and haggis, then get yourself down to The 371 Bar.
Located on the Quang Ba strip close to the park, Puzzle is the latest incarnation of owner Phuong’s list of bars under the same name.
Situated behind the flower market off of Au Co, Apini is Tay Ho’s new favourite late night spot.
One of the brains behind Skylight in Nha Trang, TK Nguyen talks F&B and his adopted hometown.
After an extensive and successful run at their present space, underground night club venue The Observatory is upping sticks to a new, yet-to-be-confirmed venue.
When driving past La Bodega on an afternoon or evening you will often see people sat outside on the high chairs enjoying a glass of wine, coffee or a cocktail — it’s the spirit of European café culture in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 2.
A unique new South American themed bar in Tay Ho, Chavez, is a casual venue, with acoustic music, arcade games, weekend DJs and a beer garden.
Another first for Hanoi, Mad Botanist is a speakeasy-style gin bar, featuring a gin menu with over 100 choices, many of which can’t be found anywhere else in Hanoi.
Local West Lake favourite spot, Red River Tea Room, has moved around the corner. Now located down a wee alley just past the Kim Lien pagoda, it has relocated on the occasion of its five-year anniversary.