A lot of people love Q-bar and tend to drop in whenever they are in Hoi An. It’s a really trendy cocktail bar, the manager is very pleasant, a professional cocktail bar, with great service – and they loved the kids.
2. Tam Tam
Tam Tam restaurant Hoi AnArrive early to grab a balcony seat and wait for the fun to unfold. Tam Tam is an upmarket venue with a friendly atmosphere in what is one of Hoi An’s most popular night spots. Housed in a picturesque old building and despite having been around forever it’s still one place not to be missed. It’s not as loud as it used to be and is a lovely place to have a drink while you catch up with friends.
3. Before and Now
Before n Now on Le Loi Street is a boozy hangout offering two-for-one deals and a four-hour happy hour! Came here a couple of times as the coffee was good. Tomato soup was lovely and the art was very unique. The tables are quite cramped, other wise no complaints!
4. Mango Mango
Wonderfully located next to Hoi An’s famous Japanese Covered Bridge, funky Mango Mango is a stylish place to share a bottle of wine. Relaxing and chic, the red lacquer bar is smartly accompanied by cocktail tables and an extensive choice of drinks. Latin-inspired music adds to the ambience and there is also a selection of succulent food on offer.
nightlife in hoi an mango mango restaurant
5. Hai Scout café
Hai scout restaurantMany people ate here due to the BBQ and the kids loved the skewered meat. Good value and eating in the courtyard is a great setting. Good food quality Provided menu was offering such a long list of options: local and international cuisine. We recommend their spring vegetable rolls with three sauces. Wines also offered at reasonable prices. Service speaks quite good English. For you one of the best in Hoi An.
6. Café 96
It may not look posh like Mango Rooms, Cargo or Morning Glory but it is the atmosphere of this quaint little place where the family will cook some true Vietnamese food and make you feel like one of the family. You can chat to the people around you and exchange places to go and places to eat. There are the famous marks on the walls with the dates that the owner will tell you about. This is when the river level (usually in Nov) rises halfway up the cafe!!
7. White Marble
Fabulous wines and plenty of beers, spirits and cocktails all reasonably priced, this is one of Hoi An’s most tasteful night spots. White Marble is Hoi An’s first wine bar, located in a classily renovated heritage building. All the colour of the old town is on offer as you enjoy a fine wine and a light snack with views across Thu Bon River. Make sure you include White Marble on your tour of the old town.
Bars are so familiar with you. If you want something new and interesting, why don’t you join us in an evening walking food tour? An evening walking food tour is perfect introduction about Hoi An’s food, culture and history. It is not just a food tour. Joining the tour, you can eat the best food in town, hang around to discover Hoi An’s night life, play some Hoi An’s traditional games and have fun on a boat releasing small paper lanterns on the river,…For more details, please have a look at Evening walking food tour.