Club Rezzo is a romantic perch that looks out onto Ohori Park, providing an enormous selection of wines from 13 countries, French and Italian food, ... More
Club Rezzo is a romantic perch that looks out onto Ohori Park, providing an enormous selection of wines from 13 countries, French and Italian food, and occasional piano music. Glass walls and a vaulted ceiling keep you from feeling boxed in, and the interior combines leather, wood, and marble to exude a feeling of elegance and luxury. Staff members will be dressed in tuxedos. By the glass, wine is JPY600 and champagne is JPY1,200. Most cocktails are around JPY900. Bottles begin around JPY3,000 and rise to exorbitant levels. The food is primarily French, with some Italian slipping into the menu as well. Snacks and side dishes cost under JPY1,000, while dinner sets can be several thousand yen.
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This is a popular post work pit stop for Akasaka's business types, and a great place for people watching. On
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Rated the best in Kyushu by those in the know, Ichiran is the premier venue for trying out Fukuoka's specialty
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