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Q: Any new bars/clubs in Xi'an?

I'm bored of the bars on the DeFuXiang 'bar street' and even the youth hostels around Nan Men are losing their shine.
And apart from 1+1 and Salsa, are there any other big, decent nightclubs anywhere in the city (including Xiaozhai)?

11 years 3 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Xi'an

 
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Here's a list you may find helpful. Some of the city's best bars Smile

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No way- he said bars that WEREN'T on bar street (which all suck, btw)

try out Vice Versa just inside Wenchang Men, it's run by some cool chinese skaters and an American dude who'll give out free shots if you show him your nipple (male or female)

Plus theres sofas, popcorn, beer-pong upstairs and this cool game that tests your reaction speed, which is obviously hillarious when hammered drunk!

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try douban.com there you can know a lot of bars and parties

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