Charlie’s, in collaboration with Beijing’s Great Leap Brewing has opened Charlie’s Beer Garden. Pizza, Cantonese food, burgers, beer, and rooftop seating.
Praise be, spring is here. Here are 11 restaurants and bars in Shanghai with excellent terraces & outdoor seating. Plus, info on their drink deals.
Café and wine bar Crave adds a comforting bistro fare for dinner, featuring small plates of duck puff pastries and fantastic bavette steak.
Black Rock Shanghai is no ordinary whiskey-specialized cocktail bar, but rather a citadel of whisky for novices and connoisseurs alike.
The Showroom is an Italian speakeasy bar located above a designer furniture store on Jiaozhou Lu, Shanghai. It’s uber chic, and not your typical speakeasy.
Australia’s plant-based brand v2 launches in China, along with ready-to-eat products. A product review of the latest collaboration with Nicola Coppi.
Xibo is a smart casual Xinjiang restaurant in Shanghai. It is a long-standing favorite that serves a fantastically colorful range of ethnic Xinjiang dishes.
Crush is an unpretentious New York-style wine bistro serving modern American food in Jing’an, Shanghai. Plus, they have a great brunch free-flow deal.
Sangou is a creative high-end Japanese restaurant in Gubei, Shanghai. It’s a three-pronged concept, serving omakase, yakitori, and tempura.
From the team behind UP Shanghai comes TAIGA, a new Slavic restaurant and bar due to open this year. As a pre-heat, they’re popping up at UP on Wednesdays.