Where to eat in Bao Loc
Bao Loc has lots of restaurants for Vietnamese food, but very little foreign food on offer. The area around the lake has lots of street vendors set up at night.
Coffee culture is strong in Bao Loc, unsurprisingly when you consider the coffee plantations that surround the city. I tried a few cool coffee shops when I was there, like Cafe Cõi Riêng. The lake is surrounded by many nice cafes to enjoy a brew and a view.
Coffee Doi Gio was by far the cutest place I’ve visited in Bao Loc and a great place to watch the sunset. The coffee shop has a rustic aesthetic and serves up great hot chocolate. The coffee shop is on top of a small hill and is accessed via a dirt track road, so you will need to use the Google Maps location to find it (linked below).
📍 Coffee đồi gió
Go for a drink at DC $treet Cocktail bar. Shop by day, bar by night. This was a really cool spot to hang out in Bao Loc and seems to be the place all the local “street-style” kids hang out. They sell eclectic, edgy clothing, host Dj nights and have an old school PlayStation set-up.
DC $treet Cocktail📍 9 Trần Quốc Toản, Bao Loc