Where to grab a cold one in Tokyo: Peter Cole

Where to grab a cold one in Tokyo: Peter Cole

by Metropolis Magazine
Metropolis Magazine

A lot of Japanese bars try to imitate Irish and English pubs, but few manage to truly recreate that spirit. Irish Pub Peter Cole, located near Nishi-Shinjuku-Gochome Station, is the sport for an authentic pub atmosphere where you can drink, eat or catch a football game. The bar takes the art of serving the perfect pint seriously. Guinness is, of course, the star of the menu, but you can also enjoy a Brooklyn Lager (¥800) brewed in a wooden barrel for the full traditional craft beer experience and flavor. All pubs serve dinner and Peter Cole is no exception. Homemade fish and chips battered in Guinness (¥700 & ¥1,200 for large) is on offer as well as a one-pound steak (¥2,280) for big eaters. The bar offers an all-you-can-drink special, which includes Guinness, for ¥4,500. Bring the Metropolis ad and get your first 1/2 pint for free. Only one person per ad.

Address: A 1F APA Hotel & Resort Nishi-shinjuku-Gochome-Eki Tower

Opening hours: 7am – 10am, 11:30am – 3pm, 3pm – Midnight

Tel: 03-6276-0035

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