Wine Talk is really one of the hidden gems of Beijing. From its quiet and responsive service and well-executed food to its lush welcoming environment, a meal at Wine Talk is truly a treat!
Utrans Wines Cultural Center, a venture from Xiamen-based wine importers Utrans Wines, is the first branch in Beijing. Last year, it announced plans to build China's first 'wine museum'.
Wine bar Enoterra is tucked into a corner next to Agua on the fourth floor of Nali Patio. Come here for the wine, but don’t rule out the food: a simple menu of dishes made to share and designed to pair with the wines.
Central Perk, the fictional coffee shop where the characters of Friends spent almost all their time.
Busy every day of the week, this spacious lounge bar serves incredible cocktails and the house jazz band gives the place some character and helps dispel some of the hotel ambience.
The city’s exploding with wine bars – venues that range from "we serve a full menu of food but we really care about wine" to "nobody here but us bottles."
Out in the desolate wasteland of Shunyi, there is little in the way of nightlife variety. A smattering of pubs caters to families, sports fans and laowais homesick for their local.
"Is that picture of a little boy peeing?’ squeaked some West Coast girl as I entered Brussels Bar.
What is Heaven? For some, Heaven is a half-pipe; to others, a legendary gay nightclub. In Beijing, Heaven is, well, a haven for lovers of cheap, imported beer. The cut-price booze emporium recently moved around the corner from its original location to...
You can overlook the Beijing's busiest China World Tower in the Atmosphere Bar.