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Jean Georges Shanghai has two semi-private areas in the corner of the dining room that can be closed off from the main dining room with a heavy floor-to-ceiling curtain. For a truly private function, there’s an intimate back room that glows with copper and is big enough to seat up to 26 guests. Designed after the wine caves of Bordeaux, the back room comes with windows that look into the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant’s own expansive wine cave. Even more stunning are the two recently renovated cupola rooms on the roof of Three on the Bund (where Jean Georges is housed). This space is one of the more high-end ways to impress a client or dinner date. Favored by celebrities like Tom Cruise and Beyoncé, the two-tiered cupola offers a lower level big enough to seat eight (complete with audio-visual equipment) and a top floor big enough for an intimate dinner for two. Both have panoramic views of the city and allow you to order from any of Three on the Bund’s restaurants.