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Non-smoking Pub / Kaohsiung

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Non-smoking Pub / Kaohsiung

Postby tavern65 » 13 Sep 2004, 00:56

Pubs with atmosphere, not smoke!

Tavern Sixty-Five presents the Upper Pub. A series of tell-tale signs, including the notable absence of ashtrays and the unexpected aroma of food, tell customers that this is Kaohsiung (Gaoxiong)'s first, and only, non-smoking pub.

Smokers, and even non-smokers, can relax at the Open-Air Bar, located on the ground floor, while enjoying all the services of Tavern Sixty-Five. Both pubs offer great western food, full service bars, and live Sports via satiellites.

Tavern Sixty-Five's Upper Pub and Open-Air Bar are located just off WuFu 4th Road between the Kingdom Hotel and Cave Books Store at 65 Dali Street. Closed Mondays, except for Sunday NFL, and open weekdays from 5:00 PM to 2:00 AM and on weekends from 2:00 PM - 2:00 AM The kitchen is open untill 1:30 AM as Last Call is 1:30 AM too.

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