Yet another one of those places in Tokyo that makes you feel like you've just been teleported to an alternate reality. Classic "germanic" decor sometimes feels more like a cross between garage-sale chic and a bordello. But the staff is delightful and it's all in good fun. Honestly, the atmosphere is a welcome change from the inside of most places. Drinks are a bit pricey, but you are pretty much paying for the environment (but isn't that always the case?)
I don't much care what people say about the lovely drinks and pleasant atmosphere. The fact that the cover charge is hourly is like being in a discount hostess club. No thank you. Left after one drink to go take a shower.
Nothing whatsoever against the girls, as they are very nice. I just felt like a dirty lech.
Ok, any bar that can charge 3500 yen cover, impose a time limit, and requires reservations all while freezing your butt off? Yeah, there's probably something pretty cool about it. Either that or they've got the greatest scam ever dreamed up. All that aside, I had a great time here. But I'm also the kind of person who savors and enjoys an occasional memorable experience. It's not something I think I'd ever repeat, though.
I've only been here once before on a weekday when the bill was being covered by the company expense account, so I have absolutely no idea how much anything cost. And the place was pretty much empty. But the music is great, the decor and atmosphere are wonderful, and the staff is awesome. Everyone seems just genuinely happy to be there and the vibe was really chill (again, could be because it was a Thursday). If you're in the area, it's worth a trip down the stairs into the basement.
This place is pretty close to one of the Temple University buildings so it is frequented by a quite a few students. But the place is nice, the staff is friendly, and the imported beers are cold. Oh, and the fish and chips is rockin'. But probably the most interesting feature of this place is the built in mechanism for knowing when you've had too many drinks. The bathrooms are down in the basement at the bottom of a very steep flight of stairs. If you're too drunk to get back up them, then you're done for the night.
Yummy chicken tenders and creative choices on the menu. It's always really loud, except at lunch time, of course. They have an outdoor patio area, perfect for evening beers in spring and summer. They've also got computers for you to use if you simply HAVE to check your email.
This tiny little after-hours spot doesn't really get going until after first train (you know, the one at 5am?). It's still pretty fun before then, but if you want to see the who's who of Roppongi nightlife then be sure to pace yourself and hold out for 8 am. Ever wonder how you get on THAT LIST that makes people so special? You might just bump into a few of the right people here.
They should call this club "Maze" or at least give you a map on your way in. If it's already getting late in the night and you've had a couple of drinks, this is definitely THE spot. Whether you want to dance, play pool or airhockey, sing karaoke, or relax in a lounge and play some darts, this labyrinthine club will meet your needs. Four different bar areas with just as many different types of music make it suitable for a variety of tastes. Good pockets of seclusion for those...ahem, naughty moments as well.
During the week it's not a very inviting place...a lot of regulars have a tendency to make others feel unwelcome. Oh, and don't forget to take your tie off before you go in, or they'll cut it off for you. Absolutely packed most nights.
A fantastic blend of music, 1950s to modern alt rock favorites, wonderful staff, and a cozy atmosphere. If you're new to this bar, be wary of the bell. If you ring it, you'll have to buy everyone in the bar a drink. But a great way to share that exhilaration of a big bonus, stock payout, or other windfall with others in the bar. Beer and hard alcohol selection are average.
Wow, does this place bring back memories. If you're ever looking to revisit memories, grab a slice of your childhood, or learn a little bit about rock and roll, this is definitely a great option. Classic American food served by English speaking staff and a bar menu with a lot variety. Frequented by a lot of foreign tourists, it's definitely not the place to go for a Tokyo experience. But it might be a nice place to have dinner with friends before heading off to the clubs for the night. Very busy on weekends.
What a great place. Whether you're hosting an event or looking for a quiet place in Roppongi, it's definitely a good stopover. It has a large patio area, decent food, and a great atmosphere. The bar is very well stocked, and the whole place can be rented out for special events, or you can just host a small group if you make a reservation. The staff is friendly and speedy.
The location is certainly one to visit for it's historical value, but if you're looking for a high-quality dining experience, this is not for you. The sub-par pub style food is a bad attempt to replicate western-style pub snacks. It is also a little on the expensive side for what it is. It is, however, a great place to duck in for a quick beer before heading on to your restaurant for the evening.
The staff does not speak English, but they are friendly and patient.
A very artsy space. The first time I went in there was a naked woman on stage being covered in plaster to make a living statue. Work from local artists covers the walls and it has a laid back atmosphere. The seating, in particular, makes the whole place feel like one giant living room. Definitely a place for soaking up good vibes. A five star chef stolen from a luxury hotel makes some fabulous food - especially if you're in the mood for something western, but swear you'll go insane if you eat another hamburger. A venue that can accommodate 100 people comfortably if you're thinking of hosting an event.