Underground (literally and figuratively) nightclub near Xintiandi with at least two rooms playing different kinds of music. The cassette-themed club is by the same team as popular Jing'an small club, URVC, but without the noise problems and irritable neighbors. In... Read more
Popular Bund lounge. They get busy at night, with live latin music parties, salsa nights, ladies nights, and weekday events like their Tuesday salsa party. It's a good, casual-but-impressive destination for friends and guests. The quiet window seats in the back are... Read more
One of the most well-known and popular mid-to-high end clubs in Shanghai, M2 caters to the moneyed and hip segment of the local population, along with a healthy group of expats who embrace "Chinese-style" tables and bottles clubbing. Music rotates between hip hop /... Read more
Diva is Sino Group's crowded new club where the infamous Bar 88 used to be. You'll find tables, sofas, lazers, dice, oysters, and DJs playing deep/tech house early followed by standard commercial bangers during peak hours. Standard drinks/beers are 50rmb, with liquor... Read more
The Mansion opened in 2012 as a venue/hub for musicians, artists and other young "creatives." Most people know it for their weekend nights, when the basement and ground floor transform into a nightclub hosting local DJs playing everything from techno and deep house... Read more
The guys who run this massive club are circuit clubbers who got their start at Homebar (which, together with Eddy’s, started the entire scene). For a long time, they rented out straight clubs like Obama, Dubai, and what's now Arkham to host gay parties called Angel.... Read more
Once the front room of The Grumpy Pig, this place is now The Hoy Hoy, probably Shanghai's (China's?) only rockabilly bar. They sling cocktails, they've got an event space in the back, there's an... Read more
Intimate nightclub in the busy Donghu Lu neighborhood, with good sound and lights, and house, disco, and techno by local and international DJs. Notably, they've also got ping pong tables and other daytime activities, plus a micro-restaurant. Drinks are mid-range and... Read more
One of Shanghai's best-known megaclubs. The latest iteration of the "Moving You Stunning Trip", a.k.a. MYST brand, moved into the space once occupied by Muse2/M2 right around the start of 2018.... Read more
This place is only open for events now. Contact if you're interested, but don't just turn up on a random night. Read more
Hip-hop club with a big ol' stage screen and a liftable dance floor. Dedicated to hip-hop and "those tired of EDM." You can reserve your tables by WeChat. Future! 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
LAN, situated on the corner of Guangdong Lu and Sichuan Lu, is a massive structure that takes over 4 floors, with modern-Chinese decor. The bar is a nice place to appreciate the design, with astronomical ceilings, a lit up champagne wall, and friendly service. Also... Read more
The ultimate in late night sleaze partying, one could actually go to Dragon for a couple hours, have a good night's rest and then return early the next morning to continue... no one actually does this. Cocktails are pricey butthe two-floor sound proof venue has... Read more
Located in the now famous Bund 18, this lounge bar caters to those who like to be seen as well as those who are not looking at sweating away their mascara. This place brings in some of the best lounge DJs from some of the best labels. Music, drinks, location and eye... Read more
One of Shanghai's hip hop landmarks, Guandi closed for a while but seems to be open again. It's a Chinese bar / lounge / club that was once a go-to place for high-spenders and pretty people. Now, it's largely been supplanted by its imitators. Expect a younger crowd,... Read more
CD's two floors of tables and couches are usually full even on weekdays, but the awkward setup makes navigating your way to the dance floor hard. The music is okay (again, the place isn't prime for a night of heavy dancing) and the dÃ©cor is typical of most clubs.... Read more
Conceived in the Studio 54 tradition (think dramatic lighting and wacky interior), Electric Circus is Shanghai EDITION's arena for big-name DJs and performers. It's only open for special events. Read more
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