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šDevilCraft/
Kanda: Beer bar
₯6265-1779
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Excellent Chicago-
style deep-dish
pizza is served
here, and the fif-
teen taps in the
cozy ground-floor
bar area dispense a
good selection of
craft beers from
Japan and the US,
including some from
DevilCraft's own
Tokyo brewery.

Pizzas are on the
hefty side, piled
high with artfully
assembled toppings.
The impressive
"Devil Works" pizza
somehow incorporates
mozzarella, provo-
lone, parmesan,
tomato sauce, fresh
tomatoes, salami,
sausage, pepperoni,
mushrooms, red on-
ions, green pepper,
spinach, and black
and green olives.
Other choices in-
clude seafood (with
shrimp, squid, scal-
lops and clams);
Greek (featuring
feta cheese and
tzatziki sauce) and
BBQ chicken. There
are ten kinds of
pizza in all, pre-
pared in small and
large sizes, priced
from Y1000-2800.

Rounding out the
menu are assorted
salads (Greek, Cae-
sar, and spinach-
chicken), tortilla
chips with spinach-
artichoke dip, and
tasty Buffalo chick-
en wings. If you
want a break from US
and Japanese micro-
brews, the drinks
menu also features
Belgians by the
bottle and a few
Washington State
wines. In addition
to the ground-floor
standup bar there's
table seating on the
second and third
floors; it's a good
idea to call ahead
to reserve.
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Chuo-ku, Nihonba-
shi Muromachi 4-2-3.
 Open 5-11pm (LO;
Sun -9:30pm) daily.
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