HRC Fukuoka, like most other Hard Rock Cafes, offers good American food for relatively agreeable prices, a lively atmosphere and rock paraphernalia ... More
Hard Rock Cafe Fukuoka
HRC Fukuoka, like most other Hard Rock Cafes, offers good American food for relatively agreeable prices, a lively atmosphere and rock paraphernalia galore. What distinguishes this one is that it is Japan's largest. Located beside the Fukuoka Dome and a concert hall, HRC Fukuoka is frequently treated to celebrity appearances. With many customers in transit to/from concerts or ball games, the place can get rowdy at times. Sandwiches, burgers, and other dishes with large helpings begin around JPY1,200; specialties run a little higher. Beer is anywhere from JPY500 to JPY800, mixed drinks are priced about the same, and wine costs JPY700-JPY800 a glass or JPY2,900+ per bottle. During happy hour, 4pm-6.30pm, drinks are half price.
This is a popular post work pit stop for Akasaka's business types, and a great place for people watching. On
weekday evenings the cafe is abuzz with gossiping Office Ladies (OLs), bookish students and tired salarymen relaxing at the ...
This small noodle shop is well known in Fukuoka not only for its excellent food, but also for its 250
year pedigree. The current premises, located between Kushida Shrine, Canal City and the Kawabata shopping arcade, date back to ...
Owner, chef, bartender, and chief personality "Allen" a big, burly, super friendly Jamaican who spent some of his youth in
New York has created a restaurant/bar where your spirits are always lifted. Staff members are international and speak several ...
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