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Q: Popular bars and clubs in Beijing

8 years 10 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Beijing

 
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What, you want to know all the popular bars and clubs in Beijing? That's a bit of a mission dude because there are many, many, many. Where to start? I guess it really depends on what you're into, bands? djs? cocktails? beer? wine? bars with outdoor seating? Maybe you can narrow down your criteria first.

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Depends on how much moola you got...if you're loaded, head down to Sanlitun. Otherwise, Wudaokou has some cheaper places, as it's mostly foreign students and teachers living there.

Cheapest beer is probably at Helen's...lots of other clubs and bars around there as well.

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Some of the best bars, enjoy yourself!

Beijing's Ten Best Beer Bars
http://www.echinacities.com/beijing/city-life/beijings-ten-best-beer-bar...

Beijing’s Best-Kept Secrets: Hutong Bars
http://www.echinacities.com/beijing/city-life/beijing-s-best-kept-secret...

Tastes "Grape"! Beijing's Best Wine Bars
http://www.echinacities.com/beijing/city-life/tastes-grape-beijings-best...

Beijing’s Newest Restaurant Bar Lounge: ROOMBeijing
http://www.echinacities.com/beijing/city-life/beijing-s-newest-restauran...

Mile High Bars China: China’s Highest Bars
http://www.echinacities.com/expat-corner/mile-high-bars-china-china-s-hi...

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I think a couple of Beijing's hutong bars are worth mentioning. Namely Amilal, El Nido and Mao Mao Chong. These are great bars, nestled away from the main street and they all have their own creative atmosphere.

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I think Haze has become the new 'go to' club in Beijing. Founded by the masterminds behind White Rabbit, it's the best place for fans of electroninc music and those generally lookng to party in the wee hours.

A101, Guanghua Lu SOHO, 22 Guanghua Lu,
光华路22号 光华路SOHO A101

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Near the Solana Mall area they have a place called Suzy WOng's and a Hukkau Bar not sure if I spelled that right. So if you want to find a good bar and a good club at the same time that is not so far go there....the Hukkau joint is in the back you have to work through a narrow path to get there but the Suzy WOn'gs place is huge you won't miss it!

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