Happy Days! (Now and Forever)
It’s good news for those seeking an after work safe place to unwind with good drinks, great music and nice people – CAMA ATK is now open from 6pm Wednesday to Saturday with a new food menu and happy hour.
Our food menu will be constantly evolving but kicks off with a selection of home-made pork belly yakitori or minced and spiced chicken yakitori for 50k. There’ll also be sea salted edemame, ribbons of sweet chili beef jerky and house spiced roasted cashews available all day every day at 40k a pop. Crunchy chili corn nuts will be on hand free for those who just fancy a nibble with the first customer recieving the dish of their choice absolutely free.
If that wasn’t enough, we’re also introducing our new happy hour. From 6pm to 8pm every day we’re open, Sapporo Beer (Japan), McPherson’s Sauvingnon Blanc 2011 (Australia), Trentham ‘The Cliffs’ Shiraz Cabernet 2010 (Australia) and all cocktails will be 2 for the price of 1.
CAMA intend ATK to be the highest quality, friendliest place it can be. Enjoy the best cocktails in the city, with a variety of music unmatched in Hanoi, while talking to like-minded people in a smoke free environment.
Your support helps CAMA to keep on bringing some of the best talent from around the world to Vietnam. Since opening in December 2011, ATK has hosted Maft Sai (Thailand), Spikey Tee (UK), Benji Boko (UK), Daisuke Tanabe (Japan), DJ Jase (Vietnam), Simon Wetham (UK), Francesco Tristano (Luxembourg), R3 (China), Scrambled Edge (Philippines), Superkid (SaiGon), Marquez Lux (Germany), and John McGowan (Australia) as well as many other talented DJs and performers from around Hanoi such as Tri Minh, Vu Nhat Tan, Slo-Lo, VN Tribes, DJ Cache, DJ Vaughan, Black Diamond Kicks, Hanoi Sessions, Chad Parks, GiGiMix, The Yard Dogs, DJ Debbie Claire, Pham Quang Tran Minh, DJ Cybersnack, DJ Kulture, DJ No-mix+DJ No-crusts, Tungdo, Cap 01, DJ Pants and of course, The CAMA Soundsystem.
ATK has also served as a cultural space for film screenings in collaboration with the Onion Cellar, a venue for the CAMA Festival 6 Press Conference, hosted the spoken word poetry event Noi Ha Noi and gave Hanoi it’s first taste in two years of stand up comedy with the Ha Ha Hanoi: Hong Kong Comedy Tour.
Whilst all this has been going on CAMA has also organised other shows around Hanoi. Most notable was our annual flagship event CAMA Festival 6 which brought Akil the MC (USA), Carsick Cars (China), Turbo Goth (Philippines), Zamina (Nigeria/Hanoi), Machete.Sex.Mix (Hanoi), Go Lim (Hanoi), Electric Eel Shock (Japan) and Poubelle International (Hong Kong) together for Indochina’s biggest independent music festival. Elsewhere we setup large scale shows for MEN (NYC), Metro Tokyo (Berlin) and Jeans Team (Berlin). We’ve no intention of stopping there, and with your support will continue to bring international shows to Hanoi.