Janes and Hooch executes its Chicago-style speakeasy theme with aplomb; walk through the unmarked entrance to be taken back in time.
If you add a bar to a restaurant, is it still just a bar? This isn’t existential angst, you understand, it’s basic drinking mechanics.
Do you want to roam around Beijing’s hutongs happily? Are you still in doubt of which hutong is the best one for shopping?
Nanluoguxiang is an area which combines the traditional with the modern. The No. 60 bar opened on this street after the old times have gone.
If you’re familiar with the Beijing music scene, the elder statesman of rock bars will need no introduction.
Real Vino Bar is one of the few bars which offer a big variety of Spanish red wines in Beijing.
This bar is very famous in Beijing. Featuring excellent Italian wine poured in a quaint setting, Sapori consistently draws in Italian expats and wine buffs alike.
Bling is a sexy, new trendy hip-hop club that brings a new level of class and style to Beijing’s hip hop club scene.
As the daft name suggests, there’s plenty of frivolity at Giggle bar: outré décor, a bizarre cocktail menu and plans to have regular open-mic nights all point to a place that doesn’t take itself too seriously.
We've heard people raving about Fangjia Hutong's latest dive Cellar Door. After a visit there, we’re left wondering why.