Equally loved and despised by much of Shanghai's partisan nightlife public, Windows has stood by its formula of cheap drinks and blaring commercial hip-hop with years of continued success. Nearly always jam packed with a mix of young locals and expats and open very... Read more
A micro-brewery, restaurant, pub and sports bar that brews its own beers with names like People's Pilsner, West River Weizen, North Star IPA and Black Eyed Bear Stout, as well as a special peach beer and seasonal beers such as the Brewmeister's. Also on offer, The... Read more
Just around the corner from the madness of Hengshan Lu, Eager Beaver is a recommended respite for anyone looking for the more relaxed atmosphere of a neighborhood local. Beaver's bottled beer list is one of the better ones in town and the pub food menu is quite... 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
A quaint street-side bar with indoor and outdoor seating whose main appeal is that every beer available is brewed on the Asian continent. The likes of Goose IPA and friends have failed to make their mark at this particular venue, which is nestled between some of the... Read more
Duo is what a movie producer from the '80s thought "game bars" will look like in 2020. It's future Van Wilder bar. Tron, except with beer pong instead of disk wars. Neon strip lighting and illuminated panels everywhere. A couple of signature cocktails, like the Cigar... 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
The Camel's Pudong spot. Australian owned and Australian run. Compared to The Camel in Puxi, this one has less screens, and a slightly older crowd. You won't see too many students or interns here. They have a big selection of taps and bar food. Read more
Batting cages. And a bar. You can go here and practice your baseball swing with an indoor pitching machine. They also show major sporting events on their big screen TVs. Best to call ahead to see if your match is on though. They have a full menu of bar foods like... Read more
This Fatburger is much larger compared to its Puxi version. Finding it is a little tricky die to the lack of directions in this building, its just on the outdoor part of the B2. This venue is not just a fast food joint, but also a Sportsbar with live bands playing in... Read more
While the Windows affiliation may drive some potential customers away, Scoreboard is actually one of Shanghai's best venues for a fun, affordable, and pretension-free night out on the town. Drinks are dirt cheap (10-20rmb), the extensive pub food menu is surprisingly... Read more
The Jing'an sports temple will be opening a 1,500 square meter venue with a mini-golf course in Huaihai International Plaza in May 2020, under a different name. Read more
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