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Zero Bar/
Roppongi: Wine bar
₯5775-0010
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Like a good man, a
predator-free cham-
pagne bar in Roppon-
gi is hard to find.
Fortunately, there's
Zero Bar. Conven-
iently located near
Tokyo Midtown, this
place is just the
ticket for a glass
of bubbly before the
last train at night,
or before the first
train in the morning
(the bar stays open
until 5am Tuesday -
Saturday).

The interior, with
its crimson stools
and red-lit shelves,
carries a whiff of
Los Angeles in the
90s, lying somewhere
between a martini
bar and a bordello.
At the front, a
cluster of orange
teardrop lights
dangle from the
ceiling like a lava
lamp in arrested
motion; at the back,
a small area with
table seating is
partially concealed
behind a black
fringe curtain.

Although champagne
is the main attrac-
tion here, they also
serve wines by the
glass (three reds,
one white) and by
the bottle (around
100 kinds). Veuve
Cliquot Yellow Label
is their house cham-
pagne (Y1500 per
glass), and there
are three other
varieties to choose
from on their
monthly-changing
list. Light snacks
like cheese, cured
meats, and dried
fruits are also
available.
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Roppongi 4-10-5.
 Open 8pm-4:30am
(LO). Closed
Mondays.
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