Best Creative Cafes in Vietnam
Cafes are central of Vietnam's creative scene. They are a place to work, a place to collaborate and are places where poetry readings, open mic nights, art galleries, and musicians come together.
Tang Tret Cosmos Cafe, Hanoi
Hop up to the second floor to find a cozy nook to make your own.
SOMA Art Cafe, Ho Chi Minh City
In District 2, this graffiti art clad venue not only makes a mean coffee, but also features up and coming local artists.
Manzi Art Gallery, Hanoi
This art gallery and cafe in Hanoi in an old French Villa where you can enjoy your drink while seeing art from leading Vietnamese contemporary artists.
Mockingbird Cafe, Ho Chi Minh City
In what may look like a rundown apartment building from the outside, leads up 4 flights of stairs to this wonderful little cafe.
Tranquil Books & Coffee, Hanoi
Leave you shoes downstairs and sneak on up to the second floor to find a silent retreat. Swing by in the evening for their open mic, piano night, or movie screenings!
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Cafes are central of Vietnam's creative scene. They are a place to work and a place to collaborate. Head to a cafe to see a poetry reading, open mic night, art gallery, or musician.