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This Roppongi club is split across three floors, each of which has its own distinct identity and atmosphere, making it a one-stop shop for you to wine, dine, dance and flirt. It’s worth noting that it primarily functions as a club/bar, though – it’s not a spot for early birds, as things don’t get pumping properly until after midnight on weekends. The first floor features a restaurant, Bar & Grill Emiliano, which boasts an extensive menu heavy with Latin-style appetizers at reasonable prices. The second floor functions as a lounge/bar named Ruby, while the third floor is where Club DiA guests tear up the dance floor. Head here after your last train to get down, and be sure to dress to the nines – there’s a strict dress code: smart chic for men and elegant for women.

Address: 3-8-15 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Website: http://www.diatokyo.com/

Tel: 03-6721-1515 (Bar & Grill Emiliano), 03-6447-4416 (DiA Tokyo)

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