Tokyo American Club opens its dining venue “Decanter – Steaks Chops Wine” this month.
The restaurant which opens Saturday November 26, offers guests the true experience of the latest dining scene in L.A. and Las Vegas. “Decanter” will also be open to non-members, a Club first in its more than 80 year history.
Located in Azabudai, at the foot of Tokyo Tower, Tokyo American Club has been providing extensive dining, recreation and other services to its members from over 50 counties and their families since the Club’s establishment in 1928.
In January this year, the new Azabudai club house reopened after a three year reconstruction.
The Club is already welcoming non-members to host banquet events in its new facility so adding Decanter is just another reason to experience the new Tokyo American Club.
Now, the Club opens its doors of Decanter to the public so that Tokyoites have the opportunity to enjoy its experience.
“Decanter” offers an exciting, unique and unexpected experience totally new to Tokyo’s dining scene. A corridor of backlit floor-to-ceiling wine cellars leads diners to the glamorous main dining area.
Taking a lead from the top steak and chop houses in Las Vegas and LA, Decanter showcases new Americana, turning traditional tried and true steak classics on their head and reinventing the originals using fresh, seasonal organic ingredients with the best beef and meats available in country paired with one of Tokyo’s most comprehensive wine collections.
“Tokyo American Club continues its tradition of introducing fine food and wines to its members with the opening of its latest culinary adventure, Decanter. And just as the Club’s stunning new facilities in Azabudai have reenergized how our members relax, socialize and do business in Tokyo, so Decanter promises to excite with its hard-to-beat dining package of gloriously good food, excellent service and an enticing ambience.” said Michael Bumgardner, General Manager of the Club.
More info: www.tokyoamericanclub.org