Run by the Sazaby group (Afternoon Tea, Shake Shack), Ibeer offers a line-up of ten Japanese craft beers on tap and a diverse food menu. Although it's not the most cutting-edge selection in town there are usually at least a few beers worth a try, and you can order a four-part tasting set for more variety. They also stock a relatively large selection of bottled beers, including Belgian and German breweries like Duvel and Hofbrau Munchen, if that's more to your taste.
The food menu covers a wide range of beer-friendly fare to go with your drinks - from pizzas and quesadillas to rice dishes and grilled meats. Party plans are available if you want to make a night of it here. The dessert menu - quite large for a beer bar - features numerous French toast variations, lots of cake, and a variety of fruit-flavored soda and ice cream concoctions.
Most draft beers are priced at Y530 for 240ml half-pints and Y930 for 470ml pints, with a four-beer tasting set for Y1100. Budget around Y2500 for drinks and snacks in the evening, and Y1000 at lunchtime.
This book will introduce you to more than twenty of Japan's favorite specialty foods that are less well known abroad, along with a guide to the best places in Tokyo to try them and expert tips on what to order. From Bento.com.