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Opera Club

3 lokale anbefaler · Anslået pris 2 ud af 4 ·

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Ivy & TA
Ivy & TA
August 31, 2018
Opera opened in 2017 - it’s the latest arrival on Hanoi’s nightclub circuit and the most flamboyant and risqué we’ve spotted for a long time. Scantily clad European dancers, perched on platforms either side of the DJ, keep the mainly local crowd entertained. The DJ belts out a playlist of solid EDM…
Jum
Jum
July 05, 2018
one of the most luxury bar in old quarter
Holly
Holly
February 27, 2018
A place for EDM fan.

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Placering
8 Lương Ngọc Quyến
Hanoi, Hà Nội
Status for åbningstiderClosed · Opens Tuesday 8:00 PM
Reservationer
Ja
Kreditkort
Ja
Udendørs siddepladser
Nej
Wi-fi
Ja
Menuer
Brunch
Drikkevarer
Full Bar, Cocktails
Spisesteder
Delivery
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