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Famous Bars

Famous Bars
Park97

Address:2 Gaolan Lu, inside west gate of Fuxing Park
Telephone: 021-63180785

As one of Shanghai’s trendiest restaurant complex since 1997, Park97 comprises four outlets. The decor throughout is a blend of Art Deco elegance in the restaurants with large windows affording views of the surrounding park, and chintzy bright-red velour in the bar and lounges. Baci is an Italian restaurant which is justifiably known for its fresh pasta dishes and very thin-crusted pizzas, but its most popular offering is its weekend brunch, including cocktail, pastries, and limitless tea/coffee. A children’s menu is also available for brunch. Tokio Joe has sushi creations and delicious rolls, with three-course set meals. California Club is a very hip and loud disco while Upstairs at 97 is a lounge bar with a slightly mellower live band (usually jazz or Latin)

JoyPub

Address: 194 Chifeng Lu
Telephone: 021-65988104

It is very popular with foreign students where they can enjoy the jazz and country music by famous band live performance from Wednesday to Saturday. A small disco hall is also available here with 20 tables altogether.

Paulaner

Address: 150 Fengyang Lu
Telephone: 021-64745700

Highly popular with local businessman and their families, Shanghai’s biggest beer house is a massive 1903s three-story structure. It is isolated from the road by a large green courtyard that serves as summer beer garden. The in-house German-style brewery makes its own Munchner ale and larger, which goes down well with heaps of sauerkraut, sausages, cabbage and bratwurst. A second branch has opened in trendy Xintiandi.

Single Bar

Address: 978 Xiangyin Lu
Telephone: 021-65486676

The name of the bar may tell you who are most welcome. Single man and woman can chat and make friends in the relaxed environment decorated with logs.

1931

Address: 112 Maoming Nam Lu, south of Huaihai Zhonglu, Luwan District (French Concession)
Telephone: 021-64725264

Quite famous for its romantic colonial Shanghai setting, this small restaurant has recently undergone a renovation in favor of a more traditional Western look (flower wallpaper, thick drapes, and upholstered chairs). Fortunately, traces of old Shanghai remain – wall posters of the 1930s, tiny intimate tables, and traditional qipao dresses of the waitresses (high collar, side slits) – making this a still-pleasant spot to drop in for a Shanghai lunch, a light dinner, or late-night drinks. Popular menu items include lamb or duck scallion pancakes, Shanghai fried noodles, and Yuyuan Garden fried dumplings, though the dishes are mostly just average. For tipplers, there’s a full bar with a range of reasonably priced liquors, as well as coffees, teas, and fresh juices.

Hai Jin Ke

Address: 59 Maoming Nanlu, Jinjiang Hotel
Telephone: 021-64157979

As the largest sports bar in Shanghai and the international football fans saloon as well, Hai Jin Ke offers both the delicious food and pleasure of sports.

Red Tomato Music Restaurant

Address: 10 Hengshan Lu
Telephone: 021-64746828

Impressed by it’s original and natural decoration, guests can drink beer and eat chaffy dish at the 1st floor. Live band available everyday and admit 300 peoples.

Apocalypseow

Address: 3rd Floor, Yaxin Shenghuo Plaza, Changshou Lu
Telephone: 021- 62766855

Special environment of high ceiling and dingy steel furniture, Philippine band will give performance every night.

Cowboy Beer Bar

Address: 536, Changle Lu (basement)
Telephone: 021-54030070

Beer, drink, charcoal barbecue, Chinese and western dimsum are the features of the bar. It may admit 200 guests at the same time. Also available are separate room with different sizes and styles and Karaoke, snooker, chess, cards, disco, etc.

Samsara

Address: 125 Nanchang Lu
Telephone: 021-64664098

It’s a small but special bar with lovely Italian music. Wooden wall and floor, wooden table and chair, hand set telephone, old organ and magazines, all of which unfold a world of the old Shanghai. 20 guests admitted only.

ROXY

Address: 904 Dongfang Lu
Telephone: 021-58312234

Combined with American county music and pictures of old Shanghai, the small bar can admit 50 guests at the same time.

Dinosaur World

Address: 8 Maoming Nanlu
Telephone: 021-62583758

It is full of caves inside like a Jurassic Park. In the middle there is a dinosaurs framework, stretching al the way up to the second floor. A leopard fur-effect sofa and an xo horn chair were put on the first and second floor respectively, which may bring you back to remote antiquity. It can admit 100 guests.