Fighting feel

Open since 1994, DMZ was the first Western-style bar in Hue for expats and tourists.

on June 08,2018 10:00 AM

Fighting feel

It started in a small single-storey venue on Le Loi Street and is now on three floors on both sides of the Le Loi and Pham Ngu Lao intersection, with room for 300 guests. DMZ means ‘Demilitarized Zone’, in Vietnam’s case a strip of land just north of Hue at the 17th parallel established under the Geneva Agreement in 1954 that created ‘North’ and ‘South’ Vietnam. The décor has a military theme, from the camouflage uniforms worn by the staff to models of aircrafts and rifles and menus in the shape of bombs. It offers local and imported beers and classic cocktails and some types of wine. Every Saturday between 5pm-9pm you can enjoy ‘Buy 2 get 1 free’ deals on vodka, rum, and gin. On Tuesdays, wine is 50% off all day long and a large pizza costs just VND120,000 between 2pm and 6pm.


60 Le Loi, Hue, Thua Thien Hue

Tel: (0234) 399 3456

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