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šRadio Bar/
Omotesando: Bar
₯3402-2668
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If the walls of
Radio Bar could
talk, they'd sing
like Chet Baker and
laugh like Marlene
Dietrich. The indigo
interior combines
elements of tradi-
tional Japanese
design with Art Deco
ornamentation, and
exudes an air of
Hollywood in the
fifties. The space
is seductively dim,
conducive to tete-a-
tetes and true con-
fessions.

Radio Bar serves
some of the most
elegant cocktails in
town, expertly mixed
by Koji Ozaki and
his team of white-
tuxedo-attired bar-
tenders. The focus
is on the classics,
served in antique
glassware. Ozaki's
martini is crisp and
succinct, with a
note of vermouth
hovering above the
gin. The dry Manhat-
tan is a grown-up
affair - dark,
smooth and not in
the least bit cloy-
ing.

Original cocktails
include the Dean
Martin, an unlikely
but delicious blend
of Campari and Jack
Daniels, and the
Greta Garbo, a dry
martini with a sher-
ry kick. Prices
range from Y1300 to
Y2,000, but note
that there's a seat-
ing charge of Y1000
per person.
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Minami-Aoyama 3-
10-34.  Open 6pm-
1am. Closed Sundays,
Mondays.
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