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Yogi/
Ebisu: Wine bar
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Call it a wine iza-
kaya if you like -
you can choose from
more than a dozen
wines by the glass
from France, Italy
and Japan, along
with an eclectic mix
of original small
dishes from those
same countries. Many
of the ingredients
are imported fresh
from Tohoku-area
farms - we recently
enjoyed two differ-
ent cuts of well-
grilled guinea fowl
and flavorful late-
summer green and
yellow zucchini
served with a dollop
of miso. Daily spe-
cials can include
such diverse dishes
as mussels with
Brussels sprouts;
bamboo shoots with
pig's feet; and pate
de campagne.

The atmosphere is
casual and friendly,
and the shop's lay-
out is narrow but
quite deep, with
most seating at a
long, comfortable
counter, plus two
tiny tables at the
very back. Fourteen
wines by the glass
are priced Y600-
1000, while bottles
start at around
Y3500, with a number
of organic selec-
tions. You can drop
in for a late-night
snack or a full
meal, a quick glass
or a full bottle.
Budget around Y4000
with drinks for a
dinner-size order.
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Shibuya-ku, Higa-
shi 3-16-10, Miura
Bldg 101.  Open
3pm-4am (LO; -mid-
night Sundays)
daily.
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