Cheap and cheerful legacy bar chain providing the basic grease for the veteran expat's engine. In terms of decor, The Spot is slightly nicer and more spacious than other options for sports bars in Shanghai, and caters well to larger groups. With an emphasis on gastro... Read more
This is the second place for the friendly neighborhood pub The Shed. It's Aussie owned and specialises in keeping drink prices low all day, every day. Good place for cheap beer and sports, and they have a nice menu of pub grub, too. Friendly staff and a welcoming vibe. Read more
If you've never been to a sports bar but you have an idea of what one is in your head, you're probably thinking of The Camel. Lager on tap, TVs everywhere showing literally every sport, and every so often a bunch of people will shout a lot, depending on how the gods... Read more
The tried and true Windows formula of rock-music-sports-pub, splashed out in a big beer hall on the 11th floor of an office building. The huge room is split into smoking and non smoking sections, with all the bar games you're looking for (pool, darts, beer pong,... Read more
The long-time favorite Irish pub is now on Yongkang Lu. Compared to the other little hole-in-the-wall bars on the street, this one's pretty large. Inside, it's like every other Irish bar -- Irish stuff on the walls, lots of wood and tiles, historic Guinness ads and... Read more
It's the new Shed out on Laowai Jie and exactly that. The end. It's the same food and drinks menu (Aussie steaks, burgers, pies, mains from 55rmb-150rmb; bottles and pints 40rmb-60rmb), same TVs everywhere locked on Aussie Rules Football, same rotating daily... Read more
This Big Bamboo is located on Laowai Jie, the one with all the foreign food joints. Lots of outdoor seating and a large screen playing sports on the terrace. Mostly business people and expats coming through, with a few people always on the pool table. Prices are a... Read more
Windows Underground has come up from the depths and become Windows Garage. The formula is the same: a large, cheap bar with bargain basement food and some of the cheapest drinks in town. Sports on the big screens and pounding hip-hop on the system. Of all the... Read more
This reincarnation from Kangding Lu has been updated with a stylish decor and upgraded with a better menu. Food offerings include thin-crust pizzas, grilled steaks and antipasti like prosciutto and melon. To drink, there is a solid selection of imported beers, wines... Read more
There are certain places that are perfect for watching sports. Oscar's is one of them. A selection of TV screens are scattered over the pubs two floors along with the obligatory pool table and dartbords; however the pub is small enough to retain a original feel to it. Read more
Originally called Shanghai Brewery, Shanghai Brew House opened in September 2019 as a sort of pub and sports bar that brews its own beers. Also on offer, a menu featuring international gastro menu, and live sports screenings. Classic wooden design and a comfortable... Read more
A "sports bar" in Found 158 dressed up to look like a hip-hop club, BALLERS doesn't have much to recommend it except the clean, high-tech beer pong tables, which are decidedly rad. They have two, made by Hong Kong company PongConnect, and they light up and play music... Read more
The third incarnation of the popular sports bar/restaurant catering to a diverse group of expats looking for food, drinks, bar games, and international sports on the TV. They moved just up the street from their previous location in 2019, setting up shop just above... Read more
Run-of-the-mill sports bar on Dagu Lu offering your run-of-the-mill sports bar experience. Projector screens showing the games, cheap Asahi, basic bar food, tall wooden chairs, a pool table, friendly waitresses and a boisterous atmosphere courtesy of older drunk... Read more
A restaurant and sports bar. Occupying two floors, it has a pool table and big screens inside and a patio on the second floor. Outdoor seatings are available. Read more
Comfortable neighborhood sports bar with a pool table and international sports on the telly, located on a stretch of mostly foreigner-friendly F&B spots. Run by the same guys that used to run One Way... Read more
Perhaps the only dedicated cricket bar/Indian restaurant in town (that we know of anyway), Hit Wicket streams all the big cricket games and other global sporting events on four LED TVs and one huge projector screen. They say they've got seating for 60 people and... Read more
Mainly an event space, Emerald Pavilion is one part sports-bar, one-part mini-golf center, and one-part restaurant doing Nordic cuisine. It's on the 5th floor of Longyang Plaza, right next to the DFC cinema, and opposite to the Maglev station. Read more
Casual cafe and bar designed like an NYC loft with exposed brick and dark wood paneling. They've got covered patio seating and Carlsberg, Stella Artois, an Hoegaarden on tap. Read more
A sports bar located just under popular expat residential block Top of City on the Dagu Lu bar street. Read more
Several bar sports can be played at one of the scruffier bars in Jing'an, such as darts, pool and table football. They occasionally show some sport on TV if it's a big deal. The menu is Italian and food is pretty average, drinks aren't the cheapest either considering... Read more
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