Dine, Drink and Jam All at Once at Tokyo Record Bar in NYC
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If you’re a foodie and a music lover, Tokyo Record Bar is your spot. Dedicated to Japan’s jewel boxes of vinyl, this underground restaurant, which serves eclectic Japanese cuisine and specialty cocktails also features an expansive collection of records.
The restaurant has two to three seatings per night and reservations are required about a month in advance. Once seated, the experience will last about an hour and a half, and also includes each member of your party selecting their favorite song. The DJ will then play all the song selections from their collection of vinyls.
The menu is prix fixe, changing daily, and includes some pretty exciting cocktails too. The head chef explains that although they love music, the focus on food is important, and Tokyo Record Bar’s strives to serve cuisine “with the freshest ingredients and an air of familiarity.”
If you plan to dine here (or anywhere else, for that matter) don’t forget to use a credit card that gives you bonus points on dining, like the Chase Sapphire Reserve card, with 3x points.
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Photo courtesy Tokyo Record Bar.