• Ashtin Berry Loves Dive Bars, Would Bring Champagne to a Desert Island

    27 days ago - By Vine Pair

    Those who claim that NYC's music scene is dead haven't yet scored a seat at Tokyo Record Bar. A riff on a type of Japanese bar, at which owners painstakingly curate evening soundtracks, this Greenwich Village spot invites patrons to request one song each to hear during their meals. The considerable vinyl collection spans The Bee Gees, Queen, N.W.A., and Bill Withers, and was reportedly donated by an enthusiastic Sony A&R executive.
    Tokyo Record Bar offers two seatings per night, and a late-night hang , during which crowd requests make way for guest D.J.s. Since debuting last August, the...
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