Shanghai Young Bakers: This Saturday, learn how to craft French pastries while giving to charity by attending the baking and pastry class hosted by Shanghai Young Bakers, a program that provides one year’s worth of free French baking training to underprivileged Chinese youth ages 17-23. You’ll learn how to bake macaroons, mini-baguettes, and you’ll get to eat the sweet, flaky fruits of your labor. For reservations or inquiries, call 152-2141-8741 or email [email protected].
500RMB (add 100RMB for homemade lunch) // 10am-3pm // SYB // 889 Suide Lu, Putuo District (绥德路889号).
Enoterra turns 7: On Friday, June 27, Enoterra celebrates its 7th birthday with a free-flow banquet prepped by Michelin Chef Mr. Cebeillac. Wash it all down with Enoterra’s 7 best wines, also free-flow! And if that wasn’t enough enjoy the ‘free-flow’ beats by the live entertainment.
200RMB // 5pm-3am // Enoterra // 53-57 Anfu Lu, near Wulumuqi Lu (安福路53-57号, 近乌鲁木齐路).
Half-price beers at Barbarossa: Stave off the humidity with half-price cold ones at Barbarossa this Sunday!
5pm-2am // Barbarossa // Inside People’s Park, 231 Nanjing Xi Lu, near Huangpi Nan Lu (Entrance between Starbucks and Shanghai Art Museum) (南京西路231号, 人民公园内 近黄陂南路).
Gin & Tonic Night: Tired of Shanghai G and Ts tasting like flat 7Up? Get thee to O Theatre this Friday night for a better class of cocktail made with Monkey 47 gin and Thomas Henry tonic (70RMB).
70RMB // 6-10pm // O Theatre // 2/F, 57 Maoming Nan Lu, near Changle Lu (茂名南路57号2楼, 近长乐路).
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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].