Enjoy great jazz beats and high-end signature cocktails in plush comfort with breath-taking views perched high above downtown Puxi.
Sitting high above central Puxi, on Le Royal Méridien Shanghai hotel’s 65th floor, is the swanky 789 Nanjing Lu Bar. The Bar is not a loud dance club, but rather a meeting point where good conversation and high-end jazz music combine; a place where you can still enjoy a conversation, while enjoying the best breath-taking views Shanghai has to offer.
Standing on the 29th floor roof deck dressed in our finest respecting the evening’s dress code: ‘Sexy and Elegant’, the women surpassing the men in both categories, we hoisted our glasses in the air, toasting the short coming of Summer and the Marriott Luwan’s newest opening, Yu, its two story rooftop bar.
It’s sweet and simple, with a lot of home comforts!
This week I went to Danger Doyle’s. An Irish pub opposite workers stadium and next door to its brother restaurant/bar Drei Kronen 1308. The weather was pretty good today so I decided to walk from Tuanjiehu (Line 10) subway station and it only took me 10 minutes. It’s actually probably quicker to walk then to take a taxi especially during rush hour.
A fun bar that leaves you feeling like you are in a pirate ship’s hull, where the rum flows like the mighty Atlantic.
On a particularly chilly night, shiver me timbers and shiver me bones, I moored my two-wheeled ‘cutter’ to the The Rhumerie Bounty’s side and came aboard. “Something to warm a wayward soul,” I shouted. The barkeep sent a shot of Cinnamon Rum down the polished bar. With the spiced drink, all natural, no syrups, warming my insides I settled in for what the surroundings told me would be a fun evening.
The word oasis springs to mind. After wandering around the relatively deserted maze of back?row Solana shopping streets, we emerged in front of the peaceful andserene Chaoyang Park Lake. Building on the trendy upscale feel that the neighboring Bling nightclub provides, the Lantung Thai Bar + Bistro removes the
noise, adds in an eye?catching view of the lake, and creates a setting that exudes tranquility and chilled?out vibes.
This wine bar has a selection of wines beautifully paired with food from a specially designed tapas menu. Offering a cozy ambience that allows for fine dining of superb quality, this establishment is a sophisticated destination for any discerning wine lover.
Fads in food come and go. In the health food world, there is always a new superfood everyone must try; a new herb, a berry or a seed to incorporate into your detox plan. Recently eating healthily and eating naturally has becoming increasingly fashionable in restaurants worldwide, and Shanghai is no exception.
With Shanghai covered in KFCs, MacDonalds and restaurants serving MSG and “E numbers” as if they were going out of fashion, people, especially the young, are starting to look for ways to take better care of their bodies. As such, the number of Yoga and dance classes in the city has exploded over recent years, but the F&B industry has struggled to keep pace. But now things are starting to change.