Where to go, what to do today in Shanghai. Read on for Shanghaiist’s picks.
Intimate American-style Chinese New Year @ POP American Brasserie
For everyone who’s had enough of the traditional banquets, POP offers something unique, an intimate American-style Chinese New Year celebration. The set menu for two features 9 sharing dishes, including Alaskan king crab and Wagyu steak. The Chinese New Year Family Sharing Menu is available all day, February 6 – 9.
See the Chinese New Year menu.
288 RMB/person (min. 2 people) +10% service charge
5 PM – 11 PM
Three on the Bund, 7/F, 17 Guangdong Lu, near Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu // 广东路17号, 外滩三号7楼, 近中山东一路
Stache Bashe @ Dogtown
Wax your moustache and head down to Dogtown for Stache Bashe, a moustache-themed party. For its 2nd reopening day, Dogtown has more DJs plus probably some great giveaways, games and deals on the bar. If your disguise moustache is still in the wash then Dogtown is back on Sunday with home made dog food from Shiva’s Kitchen and Westwood Ale on special.
NO COVER // 4 PM – CLOSE
409 Shaanxi Bei Lu, near Beijing Xi Lu // 陕西北路409号, 近北京西路
Miki Discosnot @ Craft
Following on from Tommy Badshoes, Miki Discosnot spins tracks for the CNY weekend at Craft. Look out for Craft Cocktail Hours from Tuesday to Saturdays and KinoClub film screenings.
FREE ENTRY // 10 PM – LATE
Donghu Hotel South Wing, 7 Donghu Lu, above Cinderella KTV // 东湖宾馆, 东湖路7号
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Mansion Calling @ The Mansion
Special guest DJ from Tokyo, Sakiko Osawa hits Shanghai, bringing her beats to The Mansion. Supporting DJs Rainbow High, Nico, Tallywhacker, Tommy Hendriks and Thomas Futoso keep the party grooving until 8 AM.
100 RMB incl. 5 drinks // 10 PM
Dynasty Villa – B18, 851 Hongjing Lu, near Yan’an Xi Lu // 虹井路851号B18栋, 近延安西路
And if that’s still not enough, head over to our calendar for more.
[Featuring dyed chicks in Manilla at Lunar New Year, photo by Dondi Tawatao/Getty Images*]