Founded in 2009 in Nanluoguxiang, the tiny cafe&bar provides live music and delicious coffee.
S Bar – or Satan Bar – does more than pay lip service to its theme. Decked out with blood-red walls, skulls, pentagrams and meat hooks hanging from the ceiling, this bar crams a lot of the satanic into its small space.
The Gulou area Raj is situated in a charming courtyard just west of the Drum Tower and boasts a large terrace with a fantastic view of the surrounding hutongs.
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.
Located behind a small park on the south shore of Houhai, Tao Yao Bar is a tranquil, Tibetan-themed escape from the neon noise of the nearby beer bars.
Tasteful live music complements the soft lighting, warm brass rails and soft leather chairs that together imbue a hush-hush ambiance. Half-price drinks with complimentary canapes during daily happy hour, 5.30-7pm. Nixon drank here, you know.
The café/sports bar/restaurant mix has been done before and, as though there wasn’t enough choice, another has been added to list. Pasha is located in the heart of the CBD, making it a decent pit-stop after work or on the way on a night out.
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