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Café Dalida | Taipei’s Best Cafe & Bar in The Red House
Cafe’ Dalida is located in the gay village in Red House Square, this fun little bar has a nice terrace for people watching. The bar specializes in cocktails and is well known for its Mojitos. With the DJ playing the latest beats from around the world, popular with both locals and Westerners and this is a good bar to start your night out. Open daily from 7 pm to 3 am (open at 6 pm on Fri & Sat). This gay-friendly bar & cafe is in the middle of Red Square, it’s a cute little place perfect for pre-drinking or a nightcap.
Café Dalida – Gay-Friendly, Lively & Good Vibe Bar
Who doesn’t love people watching? Cafe Dalida is located in the middle of Red Square, this gay-friendly bar & cafe is a cute little space. Perfect place to hang out, to meet other like-minded travelers and also to get your night started. Plus a good reasonable price drinks and shots.
Music: Just like all the Red House, Cafe’ Dalida plays a mix of international chart music to Korean pop.
Crowd: Cafe’ Dalida is popular with both locals and it’s a great place for visitors to meet local new friends.
Dress: The gay scene in Taipei is quite relaxed when it comes to clothing. Trendy not formal is important.
How to get there
Café Dalida is located on one side of the Red House in Taipei. If you get off the Blue line at Ximen Station (Exit 6) you will find it.
Taxi: Ask the taxi drivers for Cafe’ Dalida (near Red House), 51, Lane 10, Chengdu Rd, Ximending, Taipei, Taiwan
Metro: The nearest station is Ximen Station (Exit 6), Cafe’ Dalida is around 5 minutes walk from the station exit.
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