Formal, savvy, a gentleman’s bar one might say, an establishment that maintains serenity and prohibits anything other than muted conversation. Bar Dion, conveniently located and in walking distance from the Temmabashi subway station was stylishly established in 2002. Slightly modern compared to your traditional whisky establishment, but never the less it retains all the characteristics and atmosphere, with a very reasonable menu. Although Bar Dion provides a variety of tasty Japanese malts that consists of a semi decent selection, patrons who prefer Scotch would most likely be better satisfied and benefited, as the selection is greater. The warm lighting of the establishment’s tabled area is appreciative, not overly dim, with just the right amount of lighting to be able to see the faces of people in front of you. Besides the array of bottles, sufficient lighting, and lavish wooden bar, perhaps one of the most noticeable attributes on entering is the roominess of the place. The right amount of space enabling patrons the opportunity to relaxingly enjoy their malt without any pressure. Visiting Bar Dion is well worth the experience, though as with any bar of great comfort and extravagance, drams are priced accordingly, so make preparations. For those who make the pilgrimage and want to make the most of their visit to Temmabashi, Bar Cadboll is a stones throw away.
1F, 2-28, Higashikouraibashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi
Mon~Fri - 7:00PM~1:00AM
Saturday - 6:00PM~Midnight
Introduction by Clint A