Coffee, tea, Italian sodas, smoothies, brownies and as much style as you are going to find in Nakhon Phanom. Old photos, big chairs and a piano make this a lovely and relaxing spot.
Loei is the unexpected home of one of Thailand's most serious brewmasters. Stop by this little spot for some of his own craft brews (perhaps a durian IPA) and some from elsewhere.
Pronounced Raw Saw 235, this is a pleasant little juice bar with fresh drinks (juice 35B to 50B) and a gallery for the owner's paintings. There's tea and coffee too.
The exuberant anchor of Khon Kaen's nightlife, this is a multifaceted place with live music, DJs, karaoke, a wine bar and 'coyote' dancers. It gets going about 9pm.
U-Bar has long remained at the top of the heap for the college crowd, partly because the best bands from Bangkok usually play here when they visit Ubon.
U-Bar packs them in with live music, often big-name bands from Bangkok. It's mostly a younger crowd than Rads.
Half bar, half coffee shop, this attractive, trying-to-be-trendy place serves avocado smoothies, cocktails and a global roster of beers.
For more than a decade this has been the most popular dance floor for students. It gets hopping around 10pm.