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This bar doesn't seem like much of an establishment from the inside. Soon after settling down, however, customers will quickly see that the secret concoction lies in the owner's wacky behavior. From a visual interpretation of the drink menu to foreign service adaptations, Mark Kagaya, the owner, delivers a healthy serving of laughs and bizarre entertainment that is unlike anything most people have ever witnessed at a bar. Always playing the hospitable host, Mark may even break out some equally interesting games and karaoke to keep the atmosphere fun, but beware of prank beer mugs and full-sized frog costumes! Though usually closed on Sundays, appointments can be requested.
The lobby floor of Conrad Tokyo opens up to a new venue for socialization, named TwentyEight. Blue hues accentuated with dim light and comfortable chairs creates plush interiors. After tiring sight-seeing, the delicious afternoon tea here is really refreshing. Live music is featured during the evenings.
Operating since 2011, Craft Beer Market has become a favorite hangout spot among the locals and tourists who love beer. This bar boasts of offering over 30 different beer varieties on tap and features local beer labels like Baird, Iwate Kura, Aquala and others. In case you feel hungry, you can pick from the scrumptious small-plate menu offered at Craft Beer Market. The menu is priced moderately so you can enjoy the beer without worrying about digging a hole in your pocket. The bar's friendly staff and casual ambiance make it a great spot to unwind after a hectic day.
As the name suggests, China Blue serves authentic Chinese cuisine. As you enter this restaurant in Conrad Tokyo, you will already be spellbound by the spacious and elegant setting. Sit back in the private dining rooms to savor the breathtaking views of Hamarikyu Garden and Tokyo Bay. Chef Albert Tse cooks up delicious cuisine, including wholesome stir-fried seasonal vegetables and macadamia nuts and scrumptious Shingaporean noodles.
The Capitol Bar sounds like a place where international government officials and businessmen might meet to discuss the future of the free world. Tranquil and refined, this Capitol Bar is the remake of an older one, which was torn down and rebuilt with new decor and a new attitude. Once housed in the old Capital Tokyu Hotel (The Tokyo Hilton) which was demolished in 2006, it wasn't uncommon to find John, Paul, George and Ringo wetting their whistle here back in the day. Today, however, the new Capitol Bar offers a nice bar where you can languish over your libation of choice, comfortable modern sofas to lounge on, and ceiling-to-floor windows that overlook the lobby. -Stephen Lebovits