Dr. Beer is a large, industrially damaged upscale microbrewery that opened in 2011, serving up their own beers and approachable Western food. It's got a couple tables with private beer taps, which you can reserve and have equipped with the beer of your choice. Read more
The popular Sushi restaurant and delivery service has opened its second store. Specializes in California-style rolls, with a few pages of sushi and sashimi, plus some tonkatsu and rice dishes, all at very reasonable prices. Huge bottles of saki go from about 300rmb. Read more
Mardi Gras's casual French food in a stuffy lanehouse is nothing special, but the place has developed a bit of a reputation for excellent cocktails and stoic attitude, courtesy of the upstairs bar and its resident Japanese bartender. Read more
The pleasant restaurant and bar has moved down the street and doubled it's size with a new spot, still quieter compared to the adjacent to Yongkang Lu. The food is a mix of Canadian and South East Asian comfort foods like poutine, shepard's pie, and laksa. Read more
The Spot is a popular sports bar / restaurant catering to a diverse group of expats looking for food, drinks, bar games, and international sports on the TV. In terms of decor, it's slightly nicer and more spacious than other options for sports bars in Shanghai, and... Read more
Cafe, restaurant, and bar with vegetarian offerings with organic vegetables and fair-trade coffee. They have a small selection of beers on tap, plus some bottles, and cocktails and wine. Friendly, foreign staff and a nice place to do some work or grab happy hour. Read more
Mexican and Tex-Mex restaurant with several branches around town, owned by True Legend Hospitality Group (Big Bamboo and The Blind Pig). The menu is surprisingly extensive, featuring everything from empanadas and fajitas to tacos and churros, and they do a mean... Read more
This Danish-owned kebab shop sits well within stumbling distance from the bars of Donghu and Fumin Lu. On offer is a small selection of kebabs (shawarma chicken or beef) served in laffa or pita bread or atop basmati rice. Prices for side dishes range from around... Read more
F.C.C. -- the "Foreign Correspondents Club" -- is also known as Club Vietnam, which hints a bit more at its direction. It's a lovely and sprawling old villa that made a splash with its upscale, modern interpretations of Vietnamese dishes when it opened a few years... Read more
Described as an 'American Cafe', Malone's is home to the most extensive burger menu in the city. Smack in the middle of Tongren Lu just around the corner from the Shanghai Center, Malone's is usually packed with expats and the out of town business crowd. Upstairs... Read more
Boutique wine shop located on Ferguson Lane. Tasting bar offers rotating selections and small plates of food. Read more
Big neighborhood bar specializing in Chinese craft beer from cities like Chengdu, Nanjing, and Beijing. Incredible rooftop here. They've got a ton of taps, mostly featuring Chinese draft beer you won't find anywhere else in the city. Place is laid-back and clean,... Read more
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