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New York Bar/
Nishi-Shinjuku: Bar
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Perched on the 52nd
floor of the Park
Hyatt hotel, the New
York Bar makes good
on its promise to
offer the best view
of Tokyo. The inter-
ior is a sleek haven
of glass and dark
wood enlivened by
two vibrant Art
Deco-inspired paint-
ings on opposite
walls. With its
ebony chairs and
walnut floors, the
atmosphere is one of
understated sophis-
tication - there's
nothing to detract
from the stunning
cityscape. The bar
opens at 5pm, and
those who arrive at
dusk can watch the
skyscrapers of Shin-
juku blush a rosy
pink before the
lights spring to
life at night.

The menu features
signature cocktails,
such as the New York
Connection (Y1900) -
an interesting mix
of Knob Creek, plum
wine, and Coca Cola
- and the enticingly
named Doyenne du
Comice (Y2100), a
winning combination
of Grey Goose la
poire, fresh apple,
and ginger syrup.
They also do a very
nice classic martini
(Y1600) and a good,
old-fashioned Man-
hattan (although
it's not on the
menu). The bar
boasts the largest
selection of
American wines in
Japan, with around
fourteen choices
available by the
glass (Y1500-).

The food ranges from
dressed-up standards
like french fries
cooked in duck fat,
served with piquant
homemade ketchup
(Y1200), to
straightforwardly
extravagant dishes
of Oscietra caviar
for two (Y13,000).

The live jazz band
starts up at 8pm and
keeps swinging until
the bar closes at
1am. A Y2000 cover
charge applies after
8pm (7pm Sundays).
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Shinjuku-ku,
Nishi-Shinjuku 3-7-
1-2, Park Hyatt
Hotel 52F.  Open
5pm-midnight (Thu-
Sat -1am) daily.
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