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Q: Where can I eat al fresco in Shanghai?

The weather is finally decent! Where are the best places to enjoy a meal outdoors with friends?

8 years 24 weeks ago in  Food  - Shanghai

 
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If you’re willing to drop some serious RMB, check out Abundant Green Garden (on Wuxing Lu near Hengshan Lu), which offers a huge lawn and patio to go along with your shark fin soup and abalone. Mediterraneo in the Luwan District is also not for the light-of-wallet, but serves up great Italian food on its extensive patio. The French Connection’s Bistro Latitude has a second floor terrace where you can enjoy French cuisine while people watching as the birds do.

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The Cool Docks - lots of restaurants and bars, large outdoor area

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I was going to say outside, but that would be silly so I won't.

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 Where can you eat Al Fresco? No idea, never heard of the guy.

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