Biggie Union appears to have once been two separate locations, once called Biggie Cafe & Bar and Beer Union. At some point in the indeterminate past, they probably knocked down a wall and turned it into a one-stop-beervana-shop. The interior’s kind of a tatty-looking beer shop that gets progressively cozier as you get further back inside. There’s a terrace with four to five tables that’d probably be pretty nice in summer. The front half of the store is dominated by unlit beer fridges and shelving full of booze. They say they have a 1,000 beers available, running from 30rmb Tsingtao-equivalents, up to hundreds of 60-80rmb import beers, and higher to really esoteric stuff like highly fortified beer going for 800rmb.
Hey, drinkers and diners. It’s that time again. A bunch of fancy new places open, old places close, also there’s now a food delivery service available for your dog. God bless you, Shanghai.
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