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The Bridge is one on best hangouts for the party craving and dynamic youngsters. The Bridge is a club that has live music being played by some of the most talented lot in the city. With dark interiors, this place is sure to give you the ideal feel to make your feet sway, like no one’s watching. DJ’s and Bands are invited and welcomed to perform their best. Weekly events and special nights are organized.
A beer garden on a boat seems to be quite a contradiction, but many things in Japan are not what they seem on the surface. And this is one of the most interesting aspects of the country. The Hikawamaru Beer Garden is actually on the deck of the ship of the same name and is open from June to September. Why not try it out? It is a very enjoyable way to pass a hot, humid summer evening, and a lot cooler than sitting in a real beer garden on the shore. As this beer garden is on the deck of a ship, which is moving around the harbor, the scenery changes every few minutes. Naturally, all the major landmarks are visible throughout the cruise, the perspectives just change. The food on offer is typical Japanese tavern fare, and includes local favorites like grilled chicken, fish, squid noodles and vegetables. Everything is reasonably priced with dishes from grilled rice ball or radish and seaweed salad to the cold pork salad.
Sirius is a restaurant located on a rooftop, a lounge on the 70th floor of the Royal Park Hotel with a 360 degree view overlooking the city. Sirius serves French cuisine, an ideal spot for a romantic dinner date. The ambiance is very cozy and comfortable, with jazz music, making it a very peaceful spot to dine. Sirius serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks. The food style here is mostly western, seafood and beef dishes are highly recommended at Sirius. Sirius offers lavish service to its customers, making the experience a memorable one.
Yokohama's Hard Rock Cafe is located in the trendy Queen's Tower shopping complex in futuristic Minato Mirai 21. Despite the rather adult sounding name and the driving beat inside the cafe, the Hard Rock Cafe is family friendly and couples with young children abound. Ever since the first Hard Rock Cafe opened its doors in London in the early 70s, the combination of good American food, exotic mixed drinks, cold beer and hard rock music has been winning patrons the world over. Yokohama is no exception. While you are dining there is plenty to keep the eyes busy as well. The Hard Rock Cafe boasts the world's greatest collection of Rock and Roll memorabilia. If you want to take some of it home with you, as an omiage gift for your friends or for your own private collection, the Hard Rock Cafe's souvenir shop carries a vast assortment of the Rock memorabilia that adorns the walls. There is also a broad assortment of clothing with the Hard Rock Cafe Yokohama logo. Good food, exotic beverages, and cool threads. Rock on, Hard Rock Cafe. Open daily from 11am.
The Shell Bar provides an uncomplicated evening when it comes to both drinking and dining. If you are a cocktail lover, but not into swank, they will serve you a nice selection of cocktails and a simple menu. Prices are nice too, with dishes starting at a mere JPY500, with generous portions.
A popular venue of the city's live music scene, Yokohama Galaxy has played host to some of the most memorable events. Set in a rather small space, with a capacity to host just 150 people, this venue does not lack energy or excitement, with most of its events spilling into the wee hours of the morning. From rock and hip-hop, to hardcore, emo and dance, no matter what your favorite genre of music is, this club is certain to have tapping your feet and swaying to the music.