20/03/12 UPDATE – Starting Sat. 24 March, ANGEL moves to MJ Club on the bund, neighboring the Hotel Indigo. Angel’s new address is 575 Zhongshan Dong Er Lu, near Dongmen Lu.
Club Angel consists of a large dance hall and several side bars with different themes – Castro Lounge mainly carters for shanghai expats and plays uplifting house tunes; Fantasy club is an ideal place for meeting new friends, Teddy’s Bar is for those who are fond of bears and hunks, and Cage is a dark room with the theme of prison.
Angel often invites famous local and international DJs, dancers to perform on her stage. It’s absolutely an exciting moment to explore Shanghai not only for her breathtaking views but for her trendy guys in Club Angel.
They have a funky website here (with music) – http://www.angelshanghai.com
Dating back to April 1995, Eddy decided to provide a place for friends to gather. The venue was small, on Weihai Road, but it drew standing room only crowds from the beginning.
Soon, Eddy’s bar was talked about throughout the town, then crossing borders and time- zones. By November 1996, it gained such a good reputation, that it had to be moved to a new location. The new venue has more space, a new character – Eddy’s Tree Bar on Yueyang Road.
The site was earlier a garden with trees. They added a dance floor to the venue thereby adding to its popularity.
The bar is a hot spot to meet your friends, new and old. Here, you shall find good mixed crowds. Have loads of fun here while enjoying the company, the music, the chic design and warm atmosphere. You’ll find the sophistication and friendliness you expect of a night out in Shanghai. Eddy has served the community for many years.
Open every evening from 8:00pm to 2:00am. Beer, wines, spirits and cocktails from RMB30 and soft drinks from RMB25 are available.
THE Geisha takes a play on a modern upscale West Coast influenced Japanese Restaurant, Club, Sushi Bar and Sake Lounge, but at the same time does not hide away from the rich sensual spirit of Japanese history.
Situated in a beautiful three-storey complex on the corner of Shaanxi Rd and Fuxing Rd, in the heart of the French Concession, it embraces the Japanese style fine dining experience with a very unique twist, and a surreal high-class brothel atmosphere added to the mix.
Throughout THE Geisha, we want to tackle all your senses – our food, drinks and service will be appreciated by any gourmet lover, and our luxe designed club, with carefully picked music and performances will be every socialite’s place to be seen. Finally, our customized in-house scent will be sure to capture you in THE Geisha’s sensual atmosphere!
They have a funky website here – http://www.thegeisha-shanghai.com
235 Anguo Lu 2Fl Packed with members of the local LGBT community, this dance hall is a place where middle-aged, working class (and mostly married) men come to be gay for a few hours each week, stepping out to waltz, jitterbug, rhumba or two-step with another man. Although known as a dance hall, the venue is also home to occasional drag shows that attract members of the Shanghai gay community.
Consists of old bobos entity which incorporated into decoration and designing, bringing you the past memory of old bobos. at the stage, you will get more attraction as it is designed with more led lights, robust stage floor and surrounding with disco led lighting.you will also enjoying the solid professional sound proof system, having the real music surrounded condition.
RICE BAR is located in Changning district, No. 532 Fa Hua Zhen Road. The bar is filled with a warm Japanese touch. Simple and bright with modern decor to make your vision of music in a relaxed environment filled with romance and happiness. RICE BAR is for like-minded friends to enjoy a cosy and warm atmosphere. Handsome bartenders will be happy make your favourite cocktail just for you. From time to time we will hold special themed PARTIES. RICE BAR is committed to creating a Japanese style bar in Shanghai serving only the best drinks. ENJOY!
They have a website here – http://www.rice-bar.com
In a city that takes itself as seriously as Shanghai does, you don’t find all too many places to escape from it all. Welcome to Shanghai Studio, where you can just kick back and relax, enjoy a cocktail and a few art installations or just find a quiet corner with your boyfriend. Laid-back. Unpretentious. Uninhibited. This subterranean labyrinth tucked away off the bustling Huaihai Road is one of the city’s best kept secrets till now. And we invite you to come discover it for yourself.
They have a cool website here – http://www.shanghai-studio.com/
They have a small website here – http://www.h5.dion.ne.jp/~pizzi5/tl-membre-e.html