International Culture Festival: From May 17-19, you’re invited to attend the Shanghai International Culture festival, a multicultural bash at Wharf 1846 featuring latino dances, capoeira, live music, an outdoor cinema, a kid’s area, and more! Catering is provided by Kebab King, Tandoor, La Creperie, Haya, Go Get Waffles, Fat Mama, Amelia’s, Azul, Mr. V Banh Mi, Mexico Lindo, among others.
50RMB, free for kids // 3pm-12am May 17, 11am-12am May 18, 11am-9pm May 19 // Wharf 1846 // 600 Waima Lu, near Maojiayuan Lu (外马路600号, 近毛家园路).
Bread baking class: Tired of your baking experiments resulting in loaves as hard as petrified dinosaur turds? Don’t disparage because on May 21, Restaurant-Ecole Institut Paul Bocuse is teaching you how to properly prepare a variety of baked goods including baguette, rye bread, Italian focaccia, cheese breads and ham and cheese croissants. Best of all, you get to take the piping hot fruits of your labor home!
380RMB // 7pm // Restaurant-Ecole Institut Paul Bocuse // 379 Baotun Lu, near Zhongshan Nan Lu (保屯路379号, 近中山南路).
Jean Georges cooking class: Jean Georges is returning to Three on the Bund from May 30th to June 2nd to host his legendary cooking master class. Reserve here.
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Benjamin Cost is Shanghaiist’s Food Editor. Email tips, recommendations, and news updates on Shanghai’s dining scene to [email protected].