Events & Promotions
Paulaner Bräuhaus Shanghai regularly offers seasonal promotions and events to show the diversity of German’s regional cuisine as well as to bring German or in particular Bavarian traditions and customs to Shanghai.
The annual Fasching costume party of Paulaner Bräuhaus Shanghai will be held once again at Paulaner @ Raffles City Changning. This time, our colorful and lively costume party will have the special theme “Fasching in the Wild Jungle”. Take the chance to let loose and dress up in your favorite jungle costume!
Just next to a big shopping mall besides the subway station Zhongshan Park, Paulaner @ Raffles City Changning offers an ideal location for couples to date. On this romantic day, lovers can enjoy 4 Modern Beer Bites and 1 Beer Flight for a special price of RMB 299 for two, while the nicely decorated, warm setting provides a great environment to lean back and enjoy the entertaining live band.
To commemorate this coming Chinese New Year, Paulaner @ Raffles City Changning has prepared tasty Bavarian Surf & Turf sharing platter for you to share with family and friends.
The flagship outlet of Paulaner Bräuhaus Shanghai, Paulaner @ Raffles City Changning, ideally located next to Zhongshan Park in downtown Puxi, is the perfect place to toast to the success of a company at the end of the year.
Known as a family-friendly restaurant, our flagship outlet Paulaner @ Raffles City Changning is offering a special event for kids every weekend - Happy Kiddies’ Day!
Our freshly brewed Paulaner beers and any alcoholic beverages can be enjoyed daily at 50% OFF during our Happy Hour from 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m.
(excluding bottles, promotion items and other on-going discount promotions)
All Paulaner Bräuhaus Shanghai outlets are offering various lunch specials starting from only RMB 58 every day. You can add-on a non-alcoholic beverage of your choice for just RMB 15 extra (excl. weekends and holidays).
During the weekends, you can savor a Bavarian a la carte brunch at all Paulaner Bräuhaus Shanghai outlets enjoying the well-known Bavarian “Gemütlichkeit” (lit.: coziness).