In gaydom, this place is a historical landmark for China’s underground, closeted scene. Way up in Hongkou, Lai Lai is a dance hall in a shabbier part of Shanghai. It screams local in every aspect, and is dominated by middle-aged men. Your only drink option here is... Read more
An "exclusive Global Leaders’ Club where guests enjoy the best of Greek Culture, Gastronomy and Hospitality," according the blurb on the website. Run by holiday-makers Hellas Group, it's a five-floor mansion facing onto the street, a... Read more
The resurrected version of one of Shanghai's near-legendary after-hours places. It looks like friggin' Darth Maul designed it. Word is this iteration of Amber Lounge is not orientating itself as an after-hours venue. They've cleaned up, put together a cocktail list,... Read more
Extravagance is the name of the game at Modu Club on the 4th floor of Taiyang City, with some of its features including bottles on ice, steam cannons, loud EDM and relentless strobes. Busy on weekends, not very cheap. Read more
A live bar that becomes a club during late hours. Read more
Tron-inspired club and lounge in the Bund 8 building. Less Tron perhaps and more mid-90s Missy Elliott music video-meets-failed mad scientist's garage sale. Big, sweeping blue lasers over Puff Daddy white interiors, walls lined with hookahas, and mid-00s electro... Read more
Hidden behind a coffee shop on Shaanxi Nan Lu, this ambitious project by streaming music company Echo features a livehouse, a lounge, a VIP whiskey bar, a recording studio, and six VIP rooms, ranging in theme from Victorian to "techno". Read more
The late Tongren Lu late-night underground club is back as part of Club Nuke down in Found 158. The new venue has two rooms and two different spaces; the main room is the more contemporary "Nuke," and the second room, "La La Land" is for more underground tastes. Read more
Opened by Daniel An Following Arch by Taste Buds, located just above Botanist on Xiangyang Bei Lu. Read more
A nightclub located in one of the old buildings near the 1933 entertainment complex. Read more
Shanghai branch of a popular Argentinian tango school that operated in Buenos Aires from 2004 to 2013. The founder and main teacher, one Gabriel Glagovsky, moved to Europe to teach for a bit, before coming to Shanghai to continue his school. Read more
GRC is a new mall complex in South Xuhui with a focus on sport and night life, while also having work spaces and offices. Read more
Formerly known as Factory 54, E-Universe is a loft / warehouse style club on Suzhou Creek. Expect underground music spanning house, hip hop, and techno. Read more
One of the most popular clubs in Shanghai with young, well off locals, Phebe is ostentatious and over the top. It's filled with screens and bling, costumed waitstaff and, at times, models hired to play mini golf and pretend to play the piano. It's suitably ridiculous... Read more
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