Heritage Eats is a food festival in Shanghai that explores cultural heritage through delicious food. More than 20 Shanghai chefs show their stuff this weekend!
Oenophiles take note, CRUSH Wine Festival is back for a three-day outdoor event at JingAn Kerry Centre The Piazza from Friday to Sunday, September 25-27.
The W Shanghai just launched a new dim sum brunch at YEN. It’s all-you-can-eat for ¥268 and it’s pretty damn good. And of course, there’s free-flow.
Mooncake-inspired cookies from Shanghai’s own Strictly Cookies. Gift boxes of six cookies on sale now. Here are this year’s flavors.
Dosage is a bakery and wine bar in Shanghai with a curated wine list of 40+ labels. Madeleines are their signature, but don’t miss the cinnamon buns.
That’s right! ALDI is taking over Shanghai. The international retailer is opening its eighth store in Shanghai’s Hongkou District this weekend, September 12.
Five hours of free-flow champagne for ¥458 at Terrace 8, The Portman Ritz-Carlton, Shanghai. Spectacular views of Jing’an with bubbly and food.
Oha Eatery is a restaurant in Shanghai that specializes in experimental Guizhou food. Tree bark, “sours” and more on the new menu.
Casual Italian restaurant and lounge bar Italo brings contemporary Italian fare and cocktails to Jing’an. Get 20% off and more!
Heritage by Madison is a modern American restaurant in Shanghai. It’s one of my favorite restaurants. They have a new brunch—¥188 for three dishes, and free-flow starting at ¥98.