Pubs, bars, brasseries, cocktail bars with traditional ales, soft drinks, gastropubs, snacks and pub-grub.
A city within the city this massive complex offers anything from shopping to apartment to bars and resturants
A cute, cozy spot for a lunch treat
Known for the all-you-can-drink Thursdays, Taku offers a great deal on drinks that are of good quality. Popular with students.
A subterrenean classy bar
This place is everything a good English pub should be: warm, inviting, and with a large selection of reasonbly priced beers.
This largish bar and restaurant, located in the heart of Beijings Russian quarter, offers decent Russian food and copious amounts of vodka. Frequented by Russians and other expatriates.
Inside the St. Regis hotel awaits a home away from home for anyone with the desire and cash to lounge in the plush leather chairs, sip 20 year old scotch and sample a fine cigar.
The old Hidden Tree first opened in Beijing in June 1996 as one of the first independent Western Bars around. Although the de/reconstruction of Beijing has meant the Hidden Tree bar on Sanlitun Nanjie
The Traders Hotel bar offers some of the best weekday happy hours in the city for weary workers in the Central Business District.
From the very secluded rooftop deck, two friends can enjoy vistas of hutong life from an isolated perch. Perfect for the lone wolf.
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