Cantina Agave serves up basic mexican dishes such as tacos, what is impressive is the long list of Tequila and Frozen margaritas. It's small and gets busy late at night and on weekends when the weather is good. Read more
Once-secret bar sort of hidden down a Donghu Lane. Used to be called Monkey Lounge, now it's Monkey Champagne. Basically, speakeasy-meets-Volar, with a top 40 hip-hop soundtrack, Philip Starck-ish design, and a predominantly ABC crowd. Expensive drinks, many kinds of... Read more
Sushi Oyama is an exquisite Japanese sushi restaurant that offers a multi-course "omakase," or chef's choice, menu that changes nightly for reservation-only guests. All their seafood is imported directly from Tokyo and Nagasaki. Read more
Chain of restaurants and one of the longest running with quality ingredients and good service. One of the mainstays in Shanghai. And why not, it's a little bit pricy but you get good, healthy food with decent ingredients in a clean, bright, well designed setting.... Read more
Xin Hua Cheng, or New Flower City, is a fancy Cantonese hot pot place, where the entitled dip abalone, garoupa, lobster, and other expensive kinds of seafood into mild broths. Lots of businessmen here. Read more
This casual French cafe serves sweet and savory crepes and cafe basics like pasta, sandwiches, and croque monsieurs. Their patio seating is especially popular for lunch and breakfast. Read more
The Montessori Schools are world reknown, based on Maria Montessori's philosophy which encourages, respect, curiosity and self-development. Read more
Wagas is a burgeoning chain of smoke-free chain that specializes in healthy foods including smoothies, big salads and wraps. The casual, order-at-the-counter atmosphere is complemented by simple but comfortable dÃ©cor (table/chairs and some lounge seating). 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
Charmingly decorated to give you a Franco-Chinese feel, the Donghu Hotel finds its appeal in being decorated like an old villa, to complement its location. Excellently located for nearby restaurants and bars. Read more
Karma Lounge is the brainchild of live music guy John Shanghai, whom you may know from his various live jams around town. He also used to be the marketing manager of Anar. Karma brings his friendly, creative vibe to the neighborhood. Expect frequent appearances from... Read more
Gemma is a spiffy Italian pizzeria that serves a menu of Italian favorites, with a selection of Neapolitan-style pizzas, homemade pastas (they have their own pasta room), salads, antipasti, homemade gelato and a list of French and Italian wines. Read more
Popular outpost of a Parisian club that also has venues in New York, Tokyo, and London. Crowd is mixed Chinese and foreign, and tends to be fashion, music, or other industry peeps. Music is generally decent; they play mostly old school disco, classics, and hip hop,... Read more
The third edition of the popular micro-brewery, restaurant, and pub that brews its own beers, like their Strawberry Lime Cider, a White IPA, and several other selections. Beer is passable, and a better value than some of the food. The burger or BBQ chicken pizza is... Read more
Good news for fans of Austin Hu's Madison Kitchen. Quick turnaround for the sandwich shop. They've found temporary residence in the front room of Bonobo on Donghu Lu. It's a step down in terms of decor for the popular "artisinal, boutique" sandwich shop -- just a... Read more
Described as a sex-positive adult toy store, it's also a wine bar, a dance studio and an art gallery. Read more
Opened in late 2017 (right when American beef imports were re-legalized), Stone Sal is a high-end steak restaurant for lovers of deep leathers and woods, and possessors of expense accounts to splash out on USA Prime meat. It's masculine, dark, it's got a neon bull... Read more
Originally opened as a premium ice cream shop called Gracie's, this little spot on the corner of Xinle and Fumin re-branded itself as Al's Diner in Fall 2015. They're serving American diner classics like biscuits and gravy, patty melts, monte cristos, egg x sausage... Read more
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