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Iconic is a multiple-award winning restaurant that conjures up delicious Italian fare incorporated with a touch of contemporary flavor. Go for one of the prix fixe menus or order a la carte if you are not feeling too hungry. For appetizers, Burdock and Mushroom Tart prepared with smoked duck breast, scallops and watercress salad is particularly delightful while Pan-fried fish of the Day and Roast shoulder of Wild Boar make for exotic entrees. End the meal with three kinds of Assorted Sorbet. If you are tired of the usual places, head to Iconic for dishes that will thoroughly pamper your palate.
Oriental Lounge at the Mandarin Oriental hotel is a great location for those looking for an evening of leisure, good live music, and some pampering. The views of the city from the 38th-floor glass paned windows are breathtaking and is just one of the features that makes this a fine place to spend an evening. Whether you want to enjoy a delicious cocktail in the evening or have a sumptuous breakfast, the lounge has everything. Whether it is the sun-soaked city or the twinkling lights of skyline, the lounge is open from morning to night at your service. There is also a cigar cellar right near the hotel's reception desk, or for those looking for a special afternoon treat, try the afternoon tea service.
Mandarin Bar, located on the 37th floor of the Mandarin Oriental hotel, features live music every night, in an enticingly stylish and sophisticated atmosphere. Balancing minimalism and glamour, the interiors exude elegance and the breathtaking views of the dazzling city below are an addition to the exquisite vibe. It is great as a pre-dinner or post-dinner hangout with a good selection of spirits, wines, and cocktails and an appetizing menu to pair your drink with . Looking to start the night with a decadent treat? Have a seat and enjoy one of the many fine cigars on offer. Relish the views and the cocktails in style at one of the best bars in the city.
With two other very successful locations around Tokyo, Xex is becoming somewhat of a late-night empire. The location in Tokyo's Nihonbashi district ties together a cocktail bar, an Italian kitchen, karaoke, and golf. Their private room offers a golf simulator, perfect for wooing a business client or for taking the edge of a day's worth of work. Oozing the same class as its sister locations, Xex Nihonbashi completes the triumvirate of the upscale, '80s-inspired lounges. Fashionably dressed women with elegantly attired men add to the already slick decor, where ten percent service charges and JPY1000 music charges are par for the course. This is no ordinary pub - this a dress-for-success establishment catering to those who have money to spend. -Stephen Lebovits
A yatai is a Japanese food stall that typically sells ramen or other hot dishes. Ginza, at one time, had the most expensive real estate in the world, so one would assume that the Ginza Yatai Bar must be a posh noodle spot. Nothing could be further from the truth. This stall is tight and polite, inviting its patrons to sit at one end, or stand at the other, while drinking or slurping some noodles. If you don't like noodles, then pick from their tapas-style menu. Keep in mind that this is predominantly a pit-stop joint, where people eat and then go about their business. Still, everyone at Ginza Yatai Bar is friendly and all are welcome with open arms. -Stephen Lebovits
Drinkers huddled under the elevated highways running from Ginza to the Yamanote line are all too familiar with the rumble of overhead traffic and trains, but they don't seem to mind much, at least not at Bulldog Bar. With one of Tokyo's most impressive beer selections, suds aficionados can while away the day while the crowds lope by the picture window that looks out on the Ginza. Pick a country and Bulldog Bar most certainly offers a beer from it. Hungry? Well their bilingual menu doesn't disappoint. Offering a smattering of tapas-style entrees, which ultimately lead the drinker to order more, and more, Bulldog Bar is a great, voyeuristic drinking hole for people-watchers and beer buddies alike. Libate yourself here! -Stephen Lebovits