If you enjoy Peking Opera this is the place to go, as a troupe of aria-singing actors regularly take to the stage in this ... More
Lao She Teahouse
If you enjoy Peking Opera this is the place to go, as a troupe of aria-singing actors regularly take to the stage in this enormous teahouse and theater. It is named for Lao She, the writer of China's famous pre-revolutionary play Tea House. The atmosphere reflects the time and sentiments of a bygone era, when Chinese intellectuals were experimenting with Western ideas and war and instability were rocking Beijing. A large wooden hall full of tables seats 50 to 100. Tea is the major draw and there is a great snack menu including dried plums, pastries and baozi (steamed buns). Opens daily at 7:50pm.
One of Beijing's favorite old expatriate haunts, this spot was a trailblazer during the early years of the city's bar
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Welcome to Beijing Dream Castle. We are a traditional, clean and comfortable 'Basic' Bed and Breakfast hotel in Central Beijing.
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This tea shop, which dates back to the final years of the Qing Dynasty, is located on one of Beijing's
most historical and interesting shopping streets, Da Zha Lan Alley. It deals in over 200 types of tea, with ...