No. 205 Wu Ning Rd, Shanghai
Shanghai shopping & eating at night
Leaving the scenery aside, walking westward along Nanjing East Road, you will quickly reach the famous Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street, the gaily illuminated shops are an exciting backdrop to the cheerful crowds that come here after dark to enjoy the carefree atmosphere, where it is possible to pick up a bargain or enjoy a tasty morsel to eat.
Shanghai Bars & Clubs
Tea Houses open 24 hours a day. Apart from enjoying a lone taste of tea, you can invite several friends and play cards or just chat. Once you are here, you can experience all this for yourself. Fashionable entertainments are favorites with young people. When night falls, Shanghai bathes in the light of various entertainment venues. Nightclubs, Karaoke, discos, and coffee houses are all popular night time meeting places.
Cabaret by Tian Di
Address: 3F, Bund 6, East Zhongshan 1st Road, near Guangdong Road
Hours: 8pm – 2am
Description: This swanky bar brings a theatrical vibe to the riverfront. There is a blending Baz Luhrmann's 'Moulin Rouge' with elements of a jazz bar, mixed of performance and music.
Address: 2F, 6 Bund, East Zhongshan 1st Road
Hours: 6pm – 1am (Sun – Thur); 6pm – 3am (Fri –Sat)
Description: Upscale experience is offered here: water ceiling display, sea-water fish tank, flawless romantic atmosphere with Huangpu River flowing outside.
Address: 7F, Bund 18, East Zhongshan 1st Road, near East Nanjing Road
Hours: 6pm – 2am; later from Thur to Sat.
Description: From this venue, you can see the stunning view of the Bund and the Huangpu River from the Digital Garden patio. This is one of the most famous bars in the city, mixing up an assortment of high-end cocktails against a soundtrack of minimal techno and deep house. No cheap, but still jam-packed with classy folks in Friday and Saturday.
Nearby Metro: East Nanjing Road Station of Metro Line 2
Address: 4F Bund 18, 18 East Zhongshan 1st Road
Description: Not only a bar but also an art lounge. L18 provides a strong artist environment with blending of art and architecture. There are trendy lounge music, creative performances and a breathtaking view of the Huangpi River flowing in front of the splendid Pudong skyline.
Address: 2-3F, 218 Yuyuan Road, near Wanhangdu Road
Hours: 8pm – 2:30am
Description: Its atmosphere distinguished itself by creatively combining art deco, disco and a dance club. This is an old brand of Shanghai built in 1932, once being the most upscale and popular dance club and entertainment place.
Nearby Metro: Jing'an Temple Station of Metro Line 2
Address: 390, South Shaanxi Road, Luwan District (near Fuxing Road)
Hours: 5pm - wee hours
Description: The Geisha opened in September 2011 is a restaurant, club and lounge with one of the best terraces in the city. Located in the heart of the former French Concession, The Geisha club has hosted international artists like DJ Rob Swift, Tatiana Fortes, DJ Colette and Dela Crem. The Japanese food there is recommended.
Nearby Metro: South Shaanxi Road Station of Metro Line 1