Hǎicháo Pool Hall
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17 Zhangwang Hutong, off Jiugulou Dajie, 旧鼓楼大街张旺胡同17号 · interesting places nearby
Bed Bar information
One hútòng north of Café Sambal is this hard-to-find bar, situated in a converted courtyard. The bar area leads on to a succession of inner rooms, some with beds, and the overall effect is of a place that’s both intimate and spacious. It can get crowded at weekends (although it’s nowhere near as popular as it once was), but there’s always a spot where you can hide away. There’s a DJ and small dance floor, and it does tapas-style finger food as well.