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The Full Monty is a small, friendly pub serving real ale and British food. There are specialty beers on tap, though you can also get bottled beers, whisky, bourbon, wine and cocktails at the bar. The food menu has a variety of pies and quiches which change regularly, and other pub favorites such as fish and chips. You can even get The Full Monty, an English breakfast of sausage, bacon, eggs, beans and tomato. Inside there are barrel tables and bar seating, while outside there are more tables and plenty of standing room. The pub overlooks the canal, which is very pretty when the cherry blossoms are in bloom in the spring. A large flat-screen television shows major sports games when available, and British movies the rest of the time. -AH
Le Temps Perdu is Belgian-style bar in Yokohama's "blue-collar paradise," the Noge district. Le Temps Perdu has "a hole in the wall" look to it, but appearances can be deceiving. Don't be fooled, Belgian Bar Le Temps Perdu is a happening place that offers Flemish beer, some snack food, and live jazz.
Downbeat has been serving drinks to jazz lovers for more than 40 years, and it is still as popular as ever. The owner's record collection, which totals over 3,000 LPs, provides most of the music, but once a month there is a live session. The lounge-style seats and low tables provide a very relaxed atmosphere to enjoy your drinks--and the music. Make sure you eat before you drop into Downbeat; the place serves only very light snacks, such as mixed nuts and cheese. There is, however, a very comprehensive drink menu. Bourbon is the most popular drink here and this is closely followed by gin and lime, an unusual choice, but a favorite among the regular clients.
No, there is no misspelling in the name. The infamous Dr. Jekyll has just had a benign transformation. It is a fun place to be, especially in the evening. The decor is American, right down to the signed photographs of Hollywood stars on the walls. The menu is long and varied. The lunch set goes for a very reasonable JPY700. Besides hamburgers, you can select Chinese dishes, salads, or omelets. The latter are a house specialty, with eight kinds available. The house Caesar salad also comes in large portions. Local and foreign beers are available, but the main attraction is the cocktails. The claim is that there are 1,300 different ones available here.
Located in the Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse, the landmark on the Yokohama waterfront was originally built in 1911, and today it provides you fine live jazz music with French cuisine. You can enjoy all types of jazz from local artists or world-class big names at one of the most romantic places in Yokohama. Tickets are available on the Internet.
This is an authentic German beer hall, which serves up homemade German-style beer. Try your luck with a nice pilsner or increase your iron intake with a nice 'dunkel' dark brew. If you are not into German cuisine, worry not! The name of the game at this place is to serve food that goes well with beer, German or not. They serve German, French, and Italian style dishes with a touch of Japanese mixed in. A great place to come to cool down. If you would rather not have beer, they also serve a nice cider. Come on down and quaff!