In fact, the new spot is so similar to the first one in Liangmaqiao, it even has the same neighbor, Starbucks. Think open-plan interior, baked goods and sandwiches, good coffee and bottles of wine. Yes, please.
Gou Gou Guo is a welcomed and affordable addition to the already hoppin’ Xingfucun neighborhood.
The atmosphere at Shyno is sharp and clean, almost sterile, reminiscent of many hip Tokyo eateries.
No a la carte orders here: Ling Long only offers five, six or seven courses, complete with wine pairings.
The atmosphere in Turkish Feast is unique and lovely, the food equally so, and with just enough kitsch to help it stand out in Beijing’s crowded culinary scene.
Courtesy of the Mosto Group, Nali Patio’s latest offering is Burger Box, a tiny chic burger joint.
Oh! is a new little brunch spot in Gulou from the people behind Fine Café & Canteen, whose Shanghai locations are so popular they reportedly often boast lines out the door.
Delivering a cultivated selection of beers, burgers, pizza and wings, new burger joint Beer Boom wants to shake up things in Gongti.