Spring Festival in Beijing? Check Out These CNY Opening Hours

By That's Beijing, January 25, 2022

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The Year of the Tiger is upon us. 

With many in Beijing once again avoiding travel outside the city during the Spring Festival period, you may be wondering where you can go to eat, drink and chill with friends. 

Many of us will be off work from Sunday, February 30 until Sunday, February 6 (maybe even longer if you’re lucky). New Year’s Eve (chuxi) falls on Monday, January 31. Meanwhile, New Year’s Day falls on Tuesday, February 1. 

Be aware that during the holiday period, while some venues will be open as usual, others may be closed on certain days or may have adjusted opening hours.


Beersmith

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Open until midnight on January 31; other days open as normal.

February 5 will feature Eye of The Tiger Rock Party. Meanwhile, February 1-February 6 will feature nightly band performances. 

Beyond Yakitori

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Closed January 31-February 6. 

Reopens on February 7.

Bistro 108

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Closed January 31-February 1. 

Reopens on February 2 with normal opening hours.

BOTTEGA 

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Open January 31-February 6 with opening hours midday-10pm.

Chaoji Zheba Guangzhou Restaurant

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Closed January 29-February 8. 

Reopens on February 9.

DARUMA

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Closed January 31-February 6. 

Reopens on February 7.

El Barrio

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Open 4pm-midnight, January 31-February 6. 

Fengchengchaoji Guangzhou Shunde Restaurant (Chongwenmen branch)

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Closed January 29-February 8. 

Reopens on February 9.

Forno 

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Open midday-10pm, January 31-February 6.

Georgia’s Feast 

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Open 11.30am-midnight; closed on January 31. 

Reopens on February 1.

Great Leap Brewing

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On January 31, last orders in all locations is at 11pm; all locations to close at midnight.

Gongti No. 12: open 5pm-1am, February 1-February 3 (not open for lunch service).

Regular opening hours return to all locations from February 4 onwards.

Hulu by TRB 

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Taikooli: closed January 31-February 3; reopens February 4.

Next to WAB: open until 3pm on January 31; closed February 1-February 3; reopens on February 4.

Indigo: open until 3pm on January 31; open on February 1.

Las Musas

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Open until midnight January 30-February 6.

Middle 8

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Indigo: open 11am-8pm on January 31.

Raffles: open 11am-6pm on January 31 and 11am-8pm on February 1.

Migas Mercado

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Open as normal.

Paddy O’Shea’s 

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Open from 4pm until late, January 31-February 6.

Peach by Hulu

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Closed January 31-February 3. 

Open 11am-9pm on February 4. 

Regular opening hours from February 5 onwards.

Piaoxiuying Korean BBQ

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Closed January 31-February 2. 

Reopens February 3.

Q MEX

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All Q MEX branches close at midnight on January 31; on all other days, opening hours will be normal in all branches. 

Note that for Q MEX Shuangjing, the mall section will close at 6pm on January 31 and at 8pm February 1-February 3; after these times, customers can enter Q MEX Shuangjing from the back entrance.

Slow Boat

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All locations open until midnight January 30-February 6.

Soloist Coffee

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Sanlitun: open February 1-February 6, 10am-6pm.

Yangmeizhu: closed January 30-January 31; open February 1-February 6, 10am-6pm.

798: closed February 1-February 6; normal opening hours resume on February 7.

Sushi Yotsuba

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Zhongguancun, Huamao and Yansha branches are closed on February 1; Lidu branch is closed January 30-February 8.

Tigers

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Shuangjing: open until 3pm January 30; closed January 31-February 2; reopens on February 3.

Sanyuanqiao: open until 3pm on January 29; closed January 30-February 5; reopens on February 6.

Yizhuang: open until 3pm on January 29; closed January 30-February 5; reopens on February 6.


TRB Forbidden City

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Closed January 18-February 10. 

Reopens on February 11.

TRB Hutong

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Closed on January 31. 

Reopens on February 1.

Turkish Feast

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Open 11am-midnight. 

Closed on January 31. 

Reopens on February 1.

Xicui Hong Kong Seafood Hot Pot

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Closed January 29-February 8. 

Reopens on February 9.

Zarah

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Open until 5pm on January 30. 

Closed January 31-February 3. 

Reopens on February 4. 


From all of us That’s Beijing, we wish you a happy and safe Spring Festival!


[Cover image via Pixabay]

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