Ebisu: Beer bar
Ibrew (Ebisu: Beer bar)
Open 1-11pm (LO; Fri -4am) daily.
Sun: Open Sundays
no smoking: No smoking

With 47 taps and 86 seats, Ibrew is a major addition to Ebisu's craft-beer scene. The food menu features a number of grilled-meat platters as well as small tapas-style dishes. Beers start at just Y390, and you can opt for tasting flights of three, five and ten different beers if you want to explore the huge beer selection more efficiently. Budget around Y2500-3000 for dinner with drinks.

Shibuya-ku, Ebisu-Minami 1-8-1, STM Ebisu Bldg B2F.
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