Where are we?
We have many convenient locations for you to meet with us to learn. Pick one that is closest to you. If you have a favorite bar that you prefer, let us know and we will see if we can accommodate you.
Kaiba is Shanghai's original Belgian beer bar and it remains popular for its large and well-concieved beer selection, decent food and relaxed atmosphere. It has a massive menu of the finest lagers and ales in Europe. Beer is, of course, heavily slanted towards Belgium: they stock over 50 varieties, including Trappist, abbey, blonds, trippels, Lambic Kriek, and Geuze. Those serious about beer in Shanghai should see this place.
We love this friendly bar in Tianzifang. It's been there ages and expanded over the years from a little nook to four-floors, spilling out over an old Chinese house. It's reasonably priced, private and always stuffed with nice faces, mainly because of Amay, the super-friendly owner. She has your back and never fails to make you feel welcome.
A project from serial restaurateur Kelley Lee Boxing Cat is an American-style brew pub featuring Pilsners, lagers, stouts and a rotating cast of others. The menu features southern American comfort food with Southwest accents. There is also and a pair of small outdoor terraces.
The Blue Frog pub/restaurant chain has been around in Shanghai for over ten years. The menu is basically unfussy American-style food -- burgers, pastas, salads, sandwiches. To drink is a reasonable selection of beers (both bottled and tap). Its daily four-hour happy hour and it's two-for-one burger Mondays have made it a popular haunt among expats.
Recently opened two-floor wine bar/lounge on prime Fumin Lu real estate. Decor is refurbed Shanghai, with salvaged, re-milled housing beams as floors, grey brick walls, and masculine leather furniture. Bottle prices start low and go to outer space, but owing to direct imports, a la Enoteca, there's also a selection for the less-affluent connoisseur. French-oriented selection.