1. Binh Loi Bridge
BaBa Oi: The usual: Where memories are made, romance flourishes, despairs sigh, and selfies are born.
2. An Vat Quan
BaBa Oi: Banh Xeo, Banh Khot $
3. Thanh Đa River Park
BaBa Oi: New riverfront park runs the length of Tam Vu between the bridges-Binh Trieu & Binh Quoi. Pleasant in the evenings. #streeteats
4. Le Bordeaux
BaBa Oi: Lovely, glorius, albeit pretentious. Wonderful staff. Formal dining. Trouble is , i don‘t care for duck. If you do, might be your heaven. Not a place to bring your trollop.
5. Cánh Buồm
BaBa Oi: Sad to say it‘s closed.
6. Pizza Hut Thủ Đức
BaBa Oi: This place is so busy you can‘t even check-in on Foursquare.
7. Hai Con Bo
BaBa Oi: Taking Bo Ne to a whole new level. Nice place, a bit odd
BaBa Oi: Wifi ragazzi007
9. Charlie's World
BaBa Oi: Re-opening Saturday!
10. Hao Ky
BaBa Oi: Rumors are true. The king of fried rice is back. I‘m ecstatic.
11. Enclave Software Engineering Center
BaBa Oi: The center on Hoang Dieu street is public.
12. Pha Kê Cafe
BaBa Oi: Sprawling, serene, lovely. The Olympus cafe reincarnate. Outdoor, indoor, rooftop, dancehall bunker, sweet staff. Love it.
13. Kaffa Coffee
BaBa Oi: I rank Kaffa number one for best coffee in the to-go category. (Counter-culture-coffee).
14. Pizza Hut Thủ Đức
BaBa Oi: Swarmed since the grand opening. The Pizzapocalypse
BaBa Oi: Booming. Compress Vuvuzela to a third its size, add a DJ, crank it up. Voila, iBeer.
16. Ban Than
BaBa Oi: Tabletop BBQ. Xien Que's taken root on this little street. Ban Than isn't the biggest, but it's the liveliest of all. Packs 'em in night after night. Join the party.
17. Nguyen Ba Luat
BaBa Oi: The bustling neighborhood market. Comes alive after dark.
18. Tao Dan Tennis Court
BaBa Oi: 9 uncovered courts. Foreigners/tourists should book & pay for courts in the tiny office under the dance hall. Rates are posted. Ballboys will happily collect the fees, but often 2-3X more.
BaBa Oi: Bach tuoc, lively place open 5~12.
20. Chim Rừng
BaBa Oi: Prices shot up, and the crowd thinned. I am not deterred. Hooters, VN style.
21. Haivan Lounge
BaBa Oi: Compliments to Maia, the lovely singer & the musicians. They truly make this place what it is-one of the most romantic and lovely spots in Vietnam today.
22. Trầm Coffee
BaBa Oi: Quiet, dark, intimate. Love the art, soft jazz, whispering.
23. Long Monaco
BaBa Oi: A lot of love going into this pizza
24. Binh Tho
BaBa Oi: Love this place. Can‘t think of a nicer neighborhood in HCMC.
25. Cơm F2
BaBa Oi: ‘Quan F2 Party‘ began as a sinh vien grub spot, now tripled in size. Often busy, same good cheap eats with a free Coke or beer.
26. Tao Dan Tennis Court
BaBa Oi: Historic & great spot. Good afternoon availability. It's all downhill from there. Poorly maintained, poorly managed. Ballboys own this place. Pity really, it could be a truly great place to play.
BaBa Oi: Great little place. Growing their own organic veggies too.
28. Chim Rừng
BaBa Oi: Food's good, beers cold. But the girls-they make this place what it is. Memorable and recommended.
29. Cánh Buồm
BaBa Oi: Great place, great food. Polite and upscale in a gorgeous villa
30. Văn Thánh Tennis Court
BaBa Oi: Good news: 4 beautiful courts, in a gorgeous setting. Bad news: Booking a court is frustrating. Playing is worse. Foreigners pay 2-3 times more via ball boys. Ironically it's SaigonTourist.
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