St. Cavish journeys into the heart of carbness.
Real life is overrated. Go kill zombies and robots in the Dupliverse instead.
Established and newer studios that do good, original work.
Everything — everything! — there is to do in Shanghai, both indoors and out.
May 24, 2018
By Andrew Cruz
Jul 26, 2016
A classic US steakhouse lands in Hongkou and a Japanese cakery gets extra-cute in Xintiandi.
The Lakeside Veggie, a vegetarian restaurant in new and pretty nice shopping development Shi Guang Li mall not far from the West Bund area, feels pretty fancy. It’s decked out like the banquet hall of a stately country home, with high ceilings, chandeliers, and big private rooms. It&rsqu... Read more
Before reading onward, it’s worth nothing that this location doesn’t accept Wechat or Alipay. Bring cash or a Unionpay card!
The first think you’ll notice about this place is that it looks like restaurant out of a movie set in Italy. The décor was pleasing to m... Read more
Maya is probably one of the classic Western brunch spots. It’ll get busier as the outdoor swimming pool downstairs opens up and the weather warms, but I like it just the way it is. It’s comfortable and not at all uppity. I wouldn’t recommend trying to actually do anything aft... Read more
Jazz at Lincoln Center's hosting a night dedicated to the Shanghai Jazz Age, set to live jazz the exceptional Walter Blanding and the East Meets West Quintet. Themed after the 1920's and 30's, when jazz took the city by storm, Shanghai Memories includes an ... More...
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