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Came to see a live jazz mini concert. Not easy to locate. Great ambience. Ticket price was more reasonable. Of course the level of comfort could not match with that offered at Bluenote Beijing. Perfect for a causal chill out.
This is awesome venu for Live music. Last performance I was to was for The Hot Club Of Beijing and had an incredible night. Beautiful music, danced and enjoyed life for few hours.
If you love music this is a place for you, every month...More
I've been in China for 5 months, and recently had the chance to visit beijing, I found out about DDC my second night there, the vibe of this place is something I have yet to find somewhere else in China, reminds me of the alternative...More
I lived in other parts of China and came to Beijing mostly as a tourist (so I don't know the music scene too well in the area). Nevertheless, I thought this place was great! Music was entirely different from anything else I've heard in China...More
I was not sure whether to go to this bar or not, I have been living in China for 3 years and I try to visit new places. Both my wife and I loved it, unique experience, in the middle of hutongs, great beer, excellent...More
Having lived in Shanghai and Jiangsu for almost five years, I always look forward to my trips to the capital. This time, I was up north as part of Emma Pollock's tour of China. The previous night, was an acoustic show at 69 Cafe, which...More
This newly opened courtyard livehouse is one of the better places for music in Beijing these days.
Good setting, interesting drinks (pricy) and amazing sound.
Two complaints i've had so far are:
1- it's hard to find
2- irregular programming and practices. sometimes, there is...More
This new bar (opened in August I think) will no doubt soon be one of the most popular in town. Owned by former Jianghu partner 69 (yes, that is his name), this is a beautiful Beijing "siheyuan" courtyard house turned into a bar and performance...More