Dihua 217 Manor - Taipei
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Beer lovers will find that Dadaocheng has enough boutique bars and bar-wielding bistros to keep a beer belly at rest. For those who are into their rare or imported brews, be sure to check out #217 Dihua Street. This little store is both a grocer (though with a very limited selection of items), bar and cafe. Dihua 217 serves a selection of imported beers from all over the globe.
Here, customers can enjoy bottled beers imported from Belgium, Denmark, Austria, Britain, The U.S.A. and Scotland. Although this is one of Taipei's more historic areas, it is an artistic neighborhood and well worth a visit. The best parts are hidden away in lanes and alleys, so take your time traipsing through the district.
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