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1-2, sec 1, Roosevelt Road, Zong Zheng district, Zhongzheng District, Taipei 100 Taiwan
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Chiang Kai-shek Memorial HallTaipei Metro3 min
Chiang Kai-shek Memorial HallTaipei Metro3 min
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Taipei Private Car Charter Tour

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Explore Taipei at your own pace, and get around town seamlessly, with a private, half-day chartered car service. Meet your driver at a time and place of your choosing—including the airport or the Port of Keelung, if selected—and embark in your comfortable vehicle. Make the most of a brief layover, transfer to your hotel, indulge in a bit of sightseeing, and more: the vehicle is fully at your disposal, and your destination is up to you.
$82.00 per adult
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Jeff K wrote a review Sep 2019
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Usually i like to go Revolver but i noticed im being overcharged for some simple drinks that i usually buy even after happy hour by a great margin. I'm a regular and after that experience i dont trust Revolver as much as i used to, so if you're drunk or drinking be extra careful and look at the menu and contest it. Its a shame really because it had good vibes till i felt ripped off.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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DBOS55 wrote a review May 2019
Boston, Massachusetts116 contributions65 helpful votes
Great beer selection, but service was lacking. The person who brought my beer was overly aggressive in asking for payment (please give me a second to reach into my pocket for my wallet...) and all the bartenders were eating food behind the bar last night, which is unprofessional.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Andrea P wrote a review Oct 2018
Portland, Oregon70 contributions14 helpful votes
Small bar with tables outside, some on first floor and some on second floor. Had two great local draft beers. You can buy beer to go which is fantastic if you are looking for imports- they have beers from several American microbreweries including Modern Times. I’d describe the spot as more dive than upscale- would go back for sure for a concert as it was pretty quiet when we went (live music calendar us available on their site). Probably saw more expats there than in any other place I went to in Taipei!
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Steve K wrote a review Sep 2018
New Taipei, Taiwan745 contributions340 helpful votes
Admittedly we had high hopes for Revolver and all the elements are there: close to an MRT, good selection of beers and live music. Lots of live music. There are two reasons for my 2-star rating. Firstly the staff are unfriendly. Secondly the staff don’t seem to get along with each other, which led to us witnessing at least two unpleasant moments. Just needs a skilled manager to sort it out. And thirdly, they allow smoking inside. Not only is this against the law in Taiwan, it is downright disgusting and meant that we had a most unpleasant experience. Please post here when you enforce the no-smoking inside law, and we will return. But not before.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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kdm852 wrote a review Jan 2018
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This is a great bar sitting just across the road from the Chiang Kai Shek memorial. The lower floor is a small pub with outdoor seating. Upstairs is a larger performance space and often has live music, so it's worth seeing who's playing while you're in town if you'd like to check out some music. The atmosphere in the bar is very friendly, and they have Taiwan Beer on tap, so it's worth stopping by if you're in the area.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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