Sip and Soak in the Artistic Vibes: Exploring Saigon's Neo Coffee Haven
The rooftop serve beers and food from sunset, the coffee are high quality, good beans. The internet is superfast, perfect place to work on your project at deadlines. As you scrolling down on my posts, this kind of asthetics has been poping up here and there quite often, from Ươm Hub, Lon Xon, to a pub in Sadec and so on.
Neo embodies the essence of contemporary Saigon aesthetics, reflecting the creative pulse of the city's younger generation. From pop-up art and standees to event decorations, posters, architecture, and paintings, this vibrant color palette has become synonymous with Saigon's character, presenting a dynamic canvas for both residents and tourists.
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The initial champion of this aesthetic movement was Cong Coffee, embracing the nostalgic vibe of 1980s Saigon with its old furniture, propaganda signs, and scattered mottos. Over time, this aesthetic has evolved and matured within the local creative community, replacing Cong's subdued color palette with something more vivid, saturated, and daring. As you scroll through my posts, you'll notice this aesthetic popping up frequently, from Ươm Hub and Lon Xon to a pub in Sadec, and beyond.
Returning to Neo, originally a coffee shop owned by a designer, it stands out remarkably, maintaining a fresh vibe with events, exhibitions, and as a central meeting hub for young creatives. The rooftop, open for beers and food from sunset, complements the high-quality coffee brewed from excellent beans. With superfast internet, it's the perfect spot to buckle down and work on your projects, especially when deadlines are looming.