Located near Ciqikou, No.1 Jazz Café is one of those bar that offers both coffee and dringks in Beijing.
Founded in 2009 in Nanluoguxiang, the tiny cafe&bar provides live music and delicious coffee.
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.
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.
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.
This cafe provides an opportunity for guests to gaze out of their large bay windows whilst enjoying a nice cup of coffee.
This comfortable, laptop-friendly Wuadaokou cafe serves up waffles in a variety of flavors (ranging from cinnamon and chocolate frappe to banana toast and green tea.
This easy-to-overlook caf lives up to its name with a divine range of tempting cheese cakes.
Xiao Xin, former mainstay of Nali and cake-maker extraordinaire, now holds court in his own places on Nanluoguxiang.