Brut Eatery Opens in Lujiazui with Amazing Free-Flow Beer Deal

By That's Shanghai, June 30, 2021

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Behind bustling Lujiazui, there is a quiet place – 1885 Square, the former Shen’s Garden. And it is here that you will find the Shen Family Villa, housing the latest Brut Eatery. Combining the classic Shanghai Shikumen styles with modern architectural elements, old and new worlds blend.


Sit outside and enjoy the breeze with friends as you have a drink and watch the world go by, or enter the restaurant and admire the purple geometric tiled floor, a modern take on a mark of the past.



Artist Alton has created an indoor rainforest, using plants overhead as a canopy, complemented by the walls and ceiling covered with a mysterious and tropical garden painted by Nial O'Connor. 

Spotlights direct and diffuse brightness in coordination, rendering a mysterious atmosphere. Sink into the plush seating and feel the comfort surrounded by greenery.



Wine is at the soul of Brut Eatery, with a large and varied glass wine cabinet and cellar. Or sit down and order a nice cocktail. As you wish – this is a space for urbanites who have had a busy day to sit back and relax, simple and easy.



To celebrate their grand opening, from 6pm-Late Brut Eatery is offering unlimited free-flow draft beer for just RMB88, while Champagne is buy one get one free. People doing the free-flow will also be entered into a prize draw, with the following prizes on offer:

  • First Prize: Loro Piana Fabric Elite Series Blazer worth RMB12,800

  • Second Prize: HFW Monk Leno Fabric Elite Series Blazer worth RMB8,880

  • Third Prize Gift (Alaskan Red Pine Handmade Guitar worth RMB3,280


See a listing for Brut Eatery

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