With its eclectic roster of live music, literary readings and art exhibitions, coupled with some of the city’s best cocktails and a low-key, artsy-cool atmosphere, Tadioto has become a staple on the Hanoi social scene since opening in 2009. The amicable owner, Nguyen Qui Duc, worked as a journalist and writer in the U.S. before returning to Vietnam and opening the funky art space, which is housed in a six-story traditional tube house with intimate nooks for art-viewing and socializing. Weekends often see an intellectual mix of locals and expats chatting, sipping rare liquors and nibbling snacks like mini-burgers and tofu fries with peanut sauce late into the night.
113 Trieu Viet Vuong,
Telephone: +84 4 2218 7200