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Introducing the inaugural Heritage Eats food festival! 18 Shanghai chefs will serve up dishes that represent their heritage alongside food festival fare.
Nightclub KOR Taipei to open in Wheelock Square with big names like Andre Chiang, Ran Duan, theLOOP, and MUSE Group. Plus: Foodie Social and Cafe Kitsune.
Supper club Table for Eight introduces a modern Chinese menu with former Odette R&D chef Johnston Teo leading the charge. Pop-up starts July 31 in Shanghai.
Botanik, one of the most unique restaurants in Shanghai, announces that they will close on September 1 for good, ending the season early.
UP Shanghai is rolling out a big ol’ barbecue grill onto the terrace for Sunday Cookout, serving up heavy-hitting barbecue every Sunday until the foreseeable future.
On the horizon: A Japanese omakase, a bean-to-bar cafe, and another Shake Shack. Now open: excellent ramen, fine dining Indian, Cantonese roast duck, and more.
Tabasco, the hot sauce that’s more than just a tableside condiment. Five bartenders create unique cocktails with the spicy sauce in a cocktail competition.
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Ice creams from Oatly now available in Shanghai, China via Tmall. More goodies from this fast-growing, vegan, plant-based milk alternative.