Fangjia Hutong runs east from Andingmennei Dajie to Yonghegong Dajie, and it's a significant Ji Chuang Hutong in the history of Beijing's commercial life. Fangjia covers an area of 9,000 square meters, and because of the proximity to Guozijian, the Confucian Temple and Yonghegong Temple, the air of culture is palpable here. But beyond that, Fangjia has spent the last five years turning into its own scene, with waiguoren and local Chinese out drinking late into the night from about Thursday to Sunday. It's as good a place as any in Beijing to hunt down craft beers, and the 46 Courtyard offers a unique combo of upscale dining, movie screenings and boutique shopping. It's not as pretentious as it sounds, we promise.