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“Highland Coffees provides a casual yet refined coffee shop experience for customers seeking a quiet place to read, visit with friends, or work at a laptop. The shop offerings include distinctive coffees roasted right in the shop, fine loose teas, exquisite pastries, tasty specialty drinks, and attractive retail items.”
“Located on the Han River, enjoying coffee here while looking Han river flow and the city lights is such a great experience. Live music is available on weekend.”
“This swanky three-storey nightlife spot is set within the upper levels of Novotel Danang Premier Han River, featuring neon-lit fixtures, state-of-the-art audio visual systems, outdoor bar, elegant sofa beds, and private VIP lounges. The rooftop terrace section is hailed one of the best places in Da Nang to enjoy panoramic views of the city, Han River, Dragon River Bridge, as well as the Monkey and Marble mountain ranges in the distance.”
“Seventeen Saloon originated in Saigon but this location in Da Nang is just as good. The bar/live band music saloon is located on the Han River on the beach side next to Seventeen Hotel. The staff are very friendly and very fun to talk with. They have live music every night They can pretty much sing any oldies song from the 80s to 90s.”
“Good food courts on the second floor and highland coffee downstairs. Lots of shops inside but they are pricey. 5 minute drive from my dept. ”
“Well-known in Danang for over 30 years, only opens daily from 4 p.m to 9 p.m. The rest time in the morning is for purchasing and processing freshest ingredients, especially beef and pork. Always full and decent: the first is a thick layer of paste, the next is a thin layer of mayonnaise made with egg, then is a layer of cold meat, chả, basil, cilantro, green peppers and the last is a piece of green onion and a little of pepper and salt. Price: 7k-17k/loaf (bread with chicken floss, breadstick with pate ...) ”