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Tokyo Record Bar is a 16-seat space, inspired by the tiny record bars in Tokyo.
Paying homage to the jewel boxes of vinyl in Japan, Tokyo Record Bar (owned by Ariel Arce, who operates Air’s Champagne Parlor upstairs) is a not-to-miss spot. Its 16-seat space, inspired by the tiny record bars in Tokyo, welcomes guests (at 6:30 and 8:30 p.m.) for a seven-plate izakaya menu and custom playlists by guests.
Whitewaller recommends: Going after 10:30 p.m. for deejayed music and an à la carte menu.
Grupo Gitano invites patrons to a tropical escape without ever leaving New York, with the opening of its latest oasis, GITANO Island.
Verōnika and Bar Verōnika are located on the second floor of Fotografiska.
Joining locations in Miami and Mexico City, KYU specializes in Asian-inspired cuisine prepared with wood-fired grilling methods.
Offering Parisian bistro fair with a Japanese twist, Brooklyn's Café Kitsuné Boerum Hill is also home to a bar, a gallery, and a retail space.