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Hangzhou isn’t much of a nightlife city compared to nearby Shanghai, but there are still a handful of places to go and enjoy a drink. Maya Bar serves decent Mexican food in a low-key, laid-back environment. It’s a good place to chat (either inside or on the outdoor patio) or watch sports games on one of the TVs. At JZ Club, which has a sister outpost in Shanghai, strum your fingers and tap your toes to jazz by both foreign and local performers. For upscale tapas and alfresco drinks, reserve a table on the second floor balcony at La Pedrera, which is close to Tea Boutique Hotel. On the flip side is Eudora Station, Hangzhou expats’ go-to spot for a beer and a burger and is located next to West Lake.