This third branch of the pioneering Tokyo craft-beer chain is the largest so far, attracting a thirsty after-work crowd in addition to the usual crew of beer aficionados. Twenty taps dispense one of the better selections of craft beers in town, including many imports and several brews from DevilCraft's own brewery.
Deep-dish Chicago-style pizzas are featured on the food menu, although the menu warns that they may take up to an hour to arrive. The beef chili (Y900 for a small portion) comes out much more quickly, and goes well with just about any of the beers.
The bar is located on the ninth floor of a building very close to Gotanda Station, although the ground-floor entrance can be easy to miss. There's seating for 52 customers, including 12 at the bar, plus a fairly big standing area at the entrance.
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