Specializing in Belgian beers, this tiny hole-in-the-wall drinking spot is a genuine old-fashioned Ginza bar - there's a crew of regular customers who seem to know each other, and it's the kind of place where you might end up chatting with strangers. They serve around 25 Belgian beers by the bottle along with a very limited snack menu.
It's also the kind of place where at the end of the evening they hand you a little slip of paper with just a number written on it, and that's your bill. (If you like to see more detail and exact numbers on your bill, then there are other Belgian bars in the neighborhood you can go to.) They're open later than average for the neighborhood, although closing hour is a bit earlier (midnight) on Saturdays.
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