Located in a magnificently restored landmark house, with menu designed by Michelin 2 star chef, Aroma offers traditional Italian dishes in a relaxing, sophisticated environment, accompanying an extensive selection of wine from Italy. Read more
Retailing imported Italian wines, Sparkling wines and foods. Read more
French-run Vietnamese restaurant, modeled on the restaurants of Paris's Chinatown and geared to serve the multinational expats in the neighborhood. Read more
Third installment in the Patachon party. More of the same: good French food and drinks in a smart-casual French environment, with a daily drink deal and snacks to soak it up. This one also has a nice terrace at the front, which is a chilled place for people-watching... Read more
[Nolita was taken over by neighbor La Bota in May 2015] Nolita is a small, bright and spiffy trattoria owned and operated by a duo of Italian chefs. While the specialty here is no doubt their thin crust pizzas, they also do some really creative contemporary Italian... Read more
Casual and sunny Israeli and Middle Eastern restaurant and bakery (pita, bagels, some breads). Read more
Nova is a neighborhood bistro on Dagu Lu, popular for its outdoor terrace and Sunday brunch. Read more
Duo Duo's is cheap bar inside of a Xi'an restaurant on Dagu Lu. It's a man and a place. Duo Duo used to have a small restaurant and bar called "Duo Duo Xiao Chi" on Aomen Lu for ten years, but the building was razed in 2016 to make way for a new apartment complex.... Read more
The Vint is a nondescript cocktail lounge dealing in classic drinks like the negroni, the martini and the sidecar. Supplementing all of that is a comprehensive selection of Scotches, bourbons and a few Japanese whiskeys. Drinks are adequate, but the atmosphere, with... Read more
Situated at the eastern end of Dagu Lu, Red Corner is craft cocktail lounge. The menu is a solid selection of classic drinks like the vesper, the old fashioned, the Pimm's cup and the pisco sour. Surprisingly, they do quite a few tiki drinks served in novelty vessels... Read more
The newer version of the Anfu Lu branch, this Fei Dan sells a wide variety of imported foods, as well as deli items - with particular emphasis on the Italian side of things. Read more
Spanish wine and tapas bar on Dagu Lu that takes its name from the traditional leather wine bag that Spaniards have been using. On offer are 15 Spanish wines by the glass starting at 35rmb. The menu includes traditional Spanish-style tapas, pizza (from nearby... Read more
A bar with neon signs and pop-art on the walls, offering mojitos, caipiroskas and rotisserie chicken, among other things. Solid lunch and dinner fare, drinking encouraged. Definite French feel to it; apart from the roast potatoes and ratatouille sides, they have... Read more
The third Cafe des Stagiaires repeats the formula that's made the first two a hit: nice interior with beers on tap (this one has three La Chouffe rather than just the one) plus lots of beers by the bottle, wine and cocktails. Everything is cheap during the daily... Read more
Dragonfly is the westernized spa chain sweeping Shanghai with its assortment of foot/shoulder/body massages as well as nail treatments. Massages here are far gentler than the average walk-by Shanghainese foot rub place, the rooms are always dark and quiet and the... Read more
Just Grapes is a wine store, lounge and bistro that wines from pretty much every major wine producing region imaginable. The store's trademark is a unique classification system based on flavor, mouthfeel and aroma rather than grape or nation of origin. Read more
A relaxed and casual western cafe-restaurant with New Zealand produce, oysters and wines and it wouldn't be New Zealand if the menu does not feature New Zealand Lamb. All day Breakfast, buy one get one free between 9am-11am. Read more
The full name of this venue, My Nyonya Gallery Authentic Malaysian Cuisine Restaurant and Cafe serves up a Malay fare. Nyonya is a term loosely used by the Straits Chinese, the cuisine is a blend of Malay and Chinese influences. Read more
Lost in Shanghai is an old-fashioned bar and café. It harks back to Shanghai's golden age with traditional Shanghai Shikumen motifs and red brick building elements. On offer is a wide variety of cocktails, fresh draft beer, locally roasted coffee and Shanghai-style... Read more
Originally a stall slinging mojitos in Beijing's Sanlitun, they've made the move down to Dagu Lu. They serve up, check it, mojitos, as well as burger and other snacks. Read more
The latest cog in the Sasha’s/Zapata’s group, and the brainchild of a Brisbane native/ruggers fan named Max, it's a sports bar that’s pitched up on Dagu Lu, focusing on showing rugby games. They’ll be bringing in new beers on the regular and they’ve got a long line... Read more
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