Red Dog


Average: 4.5 (2 votes)

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This Sanlitun Soho bar boasts both colorful decor and equally vibrant cocktails.

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Fun, artsy cocktail joint

Joined: Sep 24, 2015
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Review of Red Dog

I popped in again recently (after visiting immediately after their opening) and was happy to see small tweaks and improvements to their already solid cocktail menu. Their signature Red Dog cocktail, for instance, was a bit of a let down when I first tried it during their soft opening, but it a far more memorably poppy flavor this go around, thanks to a more careful mixture and a more generous amount of cherry brandy. I was also offered a smokey cocktail that not only tasted great but also have an alluring aroma, not to mention its Instagram ready appearance thanks to its billowing grey smoke. Its a very promising new bar all in all, and I look forward to dropping by again soon to see what cocktails they'll come up with next.

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