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Peter: The Bar/
Hibiya: Bar
₯6270-2763
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The experience of
walking into the bar
at Peter, the Penin-
sula's much talked-
about fusion restau-
rant, defies expec-
tation. Design team
Yabu Pushelberg has
created a 21st-cen-
tury fantasy of the
'80s, a post-modern
atmosphere filled
with shiny surfaces
and accents that
seem lifted from the
pages of a Bret
Easton Ellis novel.
Patrons lounge on
pod-shaped seats
beneath polished
chrome trees, while
ambient electronic
music mingles with
the soft glow of
lavender neon from
behind the black
marble bar.

The drink menu lists
beers from Y1100 -
Ebisu draft and an
organic pilsner from
Hokkaido brewed
exclusively for the
hotel - and about
twelve wines by the
glass starting at
Y1800. A range of
malt whiskies
(Y2600-) will please
traditionalists, but
those with a taste
for fruity cocktails
(Y1800-Y2200) will
not be disappointed.
The Yuri is a re-
freshing combination
of sake and lychee-
flavored Dita with a
twist of green sui-
dachi; this season's
featured cocktail,
the Tokyo Joe, is a
mixture of Bombay
Sapphire Gin, ume-
shu, Drambuie, and
cranberry juice,
named after the 1949
Humphrey Bogart
flick. Nibbles can
be ordered from the
bar menu.

Friendly service and
the absence of a
cover charge are a
plus, making Peter:
The Bar a fun place
for a drink and a
great view of the
city.
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Chiyoda-ku, Yura-
kucho 1-8-1, The
Peninsula Tokyo 24F.
 Open 5pm-midnight
daily.
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