Beer! Zeta bar is offering a special promotion this summer; 8 beers for 88 RMB.
Nearly every establishment lining Houhai’s shores serves alcohol, but none of them hits the mark.
Literally a hole in the wall, Crepanini became an overnight sensation when it opened its shutters in Sanlitun
Stacked with knick-knacks, old books, odd lamps and red couches, this cafe is as quaint as it is cluttered
With a history of more than 800 years, Nanluoguxiang hutong is one of the oldest hutongs in Beijing and has been a commercial street during the Yuan Dynasty.
This Tibetan owned cafe is decked out in Tibetan decorations and boasts an open rooftop seating area on the second floor They serve light snacks, as well as Illy coffee, Tibetan tea, Qingdaos and Tibetan beer
The Bookworm is undoubtedly one of Beijing’s most unique coffee shops, and indeed it’s one of the city’s most unique venues.
This cafe gives us a little piece of Hong Kong in Beijing.
Located in a beautiful courtyard, this Irresistible Café is best enjoyed during the warm weather. But a creative and well executed menu, cozy atmosphere and Beijing’s only Czech cuisine should draw diners all year round.
In a clean, modern setting with hoards of hungry customers, the Heavenly cafe is a place where people can feast on quick and hearty portions.
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