Dalian's Best Bars

Dalian's Best Bars

Although Dalian is known for its natural beauty, outdoor activities and scenic seashores, there is plenty to keep you occupied when the sun goes down. Below is our list of the best bars to relax after a hard day's sightseeing.

Brooklyn Bar and Restaurant 布鲁克林酒吧View In Map
If the people at Brooklyn Bar and Restaurant were trying to recreate the style of a classic New York City pizza pub, they've succeeded mightily right down to its brick walls and TV screens broadcasting everything from sports to news to movies. The menu is keeps with the New York theme as well, not only offering a wide variety of traditional "pub grub" appetizers such as mozzarella sticks, onion rings and barb chicken wings but there is also set menu of main meals full of quality cooked "comfort foods" including hamburgers, panninis and the bar's signature New York style pizza. As for drinks, the bar offers a good selection of bottled beer including Tsingtao and several local brands. The drink list also includes all your standard liquors such as Jameson, Barcardi and Wild Turkey and cocktails.

Add: 184 Bulao Jie, Xigang District, Dalian
Tel: 0411 8686 7426

Havana PubView In Map
As the first and only Cuban themed bar in the city, the Havana Pub has been a popular destination for locals and expats alike. At bit of Cuba in the centre of Dalian, the Havana Pub provides a relaxed atmosphere punctuated with the infectious rhythms of with Latin/Cuban Jazz. While food can be ordered from the hotel's kitchen, the emphasis at the pub is on its drinks. The pub offers a comprehensive list of cocktails such as the classic Mojito and upscale Mohito Diablo. The pub is also a frequent choice for special events such as the Super Bowl, Olympics and upcoming World Cup.
Add: InterContinental Hotel Dalian, 6 Youhao Square, Zhongshan District, Dalian
Tel: 0411 8236 6666

Paulaner Brewery and RestaurantView In Map
If you are looking for a traditional German beer brewed on the premise, consider the Paulaner Brewery at the Kempinsky Hotel. At Paulaner's, not only do they brew their own assortment of signature wheat ales, Marzen and pilsner but they also offer a selection of more commonly found beer and drinks. Additionally, the Highlander offers a full menu include soup, salads and traditional main courses such as wiener schnitzel or potato and cabbage with sausages. They also offer several vegetarian dishes.

Add: B1, Kempensky Hotel, 92 Jiefang Lu, Zhongshan District, Dalian
Tel: 0411 8259 8888

F2 BarView In Map
With its large main bar, cozy tables and plentiful booth seating, F2 offers something for everyone. F2 also offers a diverse drink menu includes beer, wine, liquor and mixed drinks. F2's also offers a variety of bar snacks from the Shangri-La's main kitchen. For those looking for a bit more, F2 offers live music and dancing. In addition to its live music set, F2 also features a DJ spinning modern tunes as well as any requests from the audience. F2 is open every day of the year from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Add: B1 Shangri-La Hotel, 66 Renmin Lu, Zhongshan District, Dalian
Tel: 0411 8252 5000

Tin Whistle 风笛吧View In Map
The Tin Whistle offers everything you would expect to find in an Irish bar, from Guinness on draught to traditional Irish whiskey. The pub has a full menu of Irish pub food favourites such as Irish fish and chips. Naturally, the Tin Whistle includes live feeds to English Premier League football matches as well as sports broadcasts from ESPN and Hong Kong's Star-Sports network.

Add: 14 Changjiang Lu, Zhongshan District, Dalian
Tel: 0411-82641443

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