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Hatos Bar/
Naka-Meguro: Beer
bar
₯6452-4505
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Excellent American-
style barbecue and
nice microbrew beers
to go with them are
the surprising finds
at this charming
neighborhood bar.
Richly marbled pork
belly was our favor-
ite, but we also
greatly enjoyed
Hatos's baby-back
ribs, pulled-pork
sandwiches, and very
flavorful barbecued
chicken. An array of
various hot sauces
is available if you
want to liven things
up further.

Hatos's side dishes
live up to the high
standards of the
barbecue. They're
generally simple,
but each has a bit
of a twist on the
usual recipe - the
macaroni and cheese
(made with colby
rather than cheddar)
is tangier than
average, and the
cole slaw is pleas-
antly infused with
coriander flavor.
Around half a dozen
microbrews are
served on tap; the
selection during a
recent visit in-
cluded brews from
Shigakogen, Minoh
and Coronado.

The layout comprises
a small counter bar,
a comfortable sofa
area up front, and a
bit of outdoor seat-
ing on the front
terrace. The sound-
track is dubstep and
reggae, and the
atmosphere is gener-
ally laid back (al-
though sometimes the
small space can get
crowded). Kids and
dogs are welcome.
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Meguro-ku, Naka-
Meguro 1-3-5. 
Open 1pm-midnight.
Closed Sundays.
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