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Q: What are the best outdoor bars in Shanghai?

9 years 40 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Shanghai

 
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Vue in the Hyatt offers 360-degree views of the Bund, hard to beat that. Cotton’s and Sasha’s both offer great porch seats and relaxing atmospheres. Barbarossa’s offers unique Moroccan theaming along with hookahs and an over-the-water view of the People’s Park. 842 Lounge and Park Tavern are side-by-side and both offer nice outdoor seating areas. Stop by 842 on Wednesdays for 100 RMB open bar. For international bars with outdoor seating, look to O’Malleys, Kaiba, and The Wine Way.

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Xintiandi is awesome! It is a bit pricy, but if you go during happy hour time it is great. Kabb has a great Monday Margarita deal!

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There is a stricy law against outdoor bars in shanghai. It is alien to the chinese culture

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