Stone
Asagaya: Bar
Stone (Asagaya: Bar)
Stone
Open 6pm-2am daily.
late: Open late
Sun: Open Sundays

A half-dozen beers from San Diego's Stone and other craft brewers are served on tap here, at prices ranging from Y980-Y1300 per pint. There's also a well-stocked retail shop with some fifty microbrews from both Europe and the US, ready to take home or drink here (after adding a Y400 bottle charge).

Located on the second floor at the top of a rather narrow staircase, the bar area is spacious, with a big counter and a handful of small tables. Indie rock plays in the background, and there's a decent assortment of bar food - pizzas, fish and chips, Buffalo wings, haggis, and home-smoked cheese, fish and eggs. If you're not in the mood for beer there are around forty or fifty different whiskeys to choose from.

Asagaya
Suginami-ku, Asagaya-Kita 2-4-2, 2F.
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