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Bashamichi Taproom/
Yokohama Bashamichi:
American
₯045-264-4961
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Authentic American-
style barbecue is
the ambitious spe-
cialty at Bashamichi
Taproom, along with
a great selection of
craft beers. Tap-
room's BBQ menu
features spareribs,
"Fat-boy" ribs,
chicken, brisket and
pork shoulder, pre-
pared using Austra-
lian grass-fed beef,
American pork, and
domestic pork and
chicken. We enjoyed
them all, but the
ribs were by far our
favorites, especial-
ly the Fat-boy ribs.
They're sold by
weight, and we were
given a choice of a
few different sizes
with various levels
of marbling. The end
product was just
fantastic - smoky,
juicy and very rich-
ly flavored.

Meats other than the
ribs are all served
"dry" (with a rub of
spices), the better
to savor their natu-
ral meaty flavors,
but there are also
three home-made
sauces with which to
liven things up.
Tasty side dishes -
cole slaw, Texas
beans, potato salad,
mac and cheese - are
also very authentic
and based on South-
ern BBQ-joint reci-
pes. Salads and
hand-made pizzas
round out the food
menu, along with
pecan pie and peach
cobbler for dessert.


Drinks include more
than twenty craft
beers on tap - most-
ly from the excel-
lent Baird Brewery
in Numazu, but with
a couple of guest
taps dispensing
well-chosen American
microbrews. The
setting is a charm-
ing three-story
building with a roof
garden on top and a
comfortable bar area
on the ground floor.
The second floor is
furnished with a
dartboard and a big-
screen tv, and often
hosts performances
of live music. Open
noon-midnight on
weekends.
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Sumiyoshicho 5-63-1.
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