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Q: Leaving for beijing, any recommendation of good bars?

7 years 22 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Beijing

 
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Beijing has hundreds of bars, catering to all interests so it really depends what you're into. Looking for a chilled out bar where you converse with friends? Check out the plethora of bars in the Gulou area.

 

Looking for cheap drinks, pop music and lots of debauchery? Head to one of Sanlitun's many bars.

 

Looking for something classy and upscale? Go to the fancy bars in the Guomao area.

 

Feel like headbashing your frustrations away at a live rock concert? Whizz yourself to Mao Livehouse, Yugong Yishan, 2Kolegas or Temple.

 

Want to make Korean friends? Go to any bar in Wudaokou.

 

 

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Yeh, The John Baird in North London. Bit out of the way but they do a lovely Sunday lunch.

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They have plenty of bars at Sanlitun. The bars are all lined up and they even have live bands/musicians playing and some of the bars feature dancers...

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There are cookies, bookies and too many rookies for me to sit here trying to be a hooky! Looky Looky don't call me a wooky. Touchy Touchy Feely Feely Spicy Spicy Nicey Nicey & that's what the doctor Ordered!!

 
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The tree.

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Grinders and the Brick were my neighborhood (Shuangjjng) favorites. The Kro's Nest and the Tree were always tied for me for the best place to get pizza and a drink. There's a little place tucked into a corner in the Sanlitun area called Revolution that was also awesome.

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Grinders and the Brick were my neighborhood (Shuangjjng) favorites. The Kro's Nest and the Tree were always tied for me for the best place to get pizza and a drink. There's a little place tucked into a corner in the Sanlitun area called Revolution that was also awesome.

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you go to eat at , Tubestation.com.cn

 

and drink at Magies or chocolate 

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