enigmatic's Reviews ( Omotesando, Aoyama )

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  • Velours (Dance Clubs / Nightclubs / Omotesando, Aoyama)
  • 2009/01/28
  • Absolutely fabulous. A little loud later on in the evening but OH-MY-GOD. The atmosphere, the design, the fashion, the experience! If you've been spending the whole day in Omotesando or just up and down the runway, this is your home. Don't forget to be smart - jeans and a t-shirt WON'T cut it here. Be ready for luxury and to party like a rock star.
  • Le Baron de Paris (Dance Clubs / Nightclubs / Omotesando, Aoyama)
  • 2009/01/28
  • Definitely the "it" place. Draws a good crowd of wonderful people who just want to have a good time. No nonsense, just good vibes and great tunes. A good place to spot the underground crew and maybe even get invited to a private party. Make sure you are a VIP. Better to know somebody who knows somebody if you're going to go here.
  • Barbacoa Grill (Brazilian / Omotesando, Aoyama)
  • 2008/11/11
  • Great place for lunch, but dinner is quite expensive. It is much better to get a plated meal as opposed to the buffet. But this location is THE hangout for fashion industry high rollers. On any given day you can expect to see the head of HR from Gucci to the President of LVMH. Reservations are a must for any time of day, but you better know someone or good luck getting them to take your name. If you do get in, bonus on the tasty dessert bar.`
  • Kua'Aina : Aoyama (American / Omotesando, Aoyama)
  • 2008/11/11
  • All hail the burger shop with the delicious imported bottles of beer. And not just any import...oh, no...it is one of the best microbrews to ever come out of the States. Combine that with beer-battered onion rings, tasty fries, and some of the best hamburgers to grace your tastebuds in a long time and you've found yourself a new favorite. But it doesn't stop at burgers and the typical side dishes. They've also got sandwiches of all descriptions (from swordfish to turkey to roast beef) and shrimp that don't have to be cleaned of legs at the table. Aloha, hunger!