Bloody Angle Dougen Tong

  • Restaurants
  • Shibuya
  1. Bloody Angle Dougen Tong
    Photo: Tetsuya Yamakawa
  2. Bloody Angle Dougen Tong
    Photo: Tetsuya Yamakawa
  3. Bloody Angle Dougen Tong
    Photo: Tetsuya Yamakawa
  4. Bloody Angle Dougen Tong
    Photo: Tetsuya Yamakawa
  5. Bloody Angle Dougen Tong
    Photo: Tetsuya Yamakawa
  6. Bloody Angle Dougen Tong
    Photo: Tetsuya Yamakawa
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Time Out says

All the cool kids come to hang out at this record and café bar just off the busy streets of Shibuya. In daylight, the space functions as a café from 11am, while it turns into a bar after 8pm. Bloody Angle takes cues from classic Japanese kissaten – Japan's old-school coffee shops – with its retro 1960s vibes and a menu consisting of kissaten-inspired food and drinks, including spaghetti Napolitan (a Japanified tomato pasta dish) and a range of hot sandwiches. Guests can sip on quality coffee during the day then switch to cocktails and spirits once evening arrives.

Aside from the well-curated beats playing throughout the day, Bloody Angle sells a selection of records along with its very own merchandise. It may seem weird at first, but when the venue's this good, you'll find yourself justifying that branded tote bag purchase.

Details

Address:
B1F, 2-15-1 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku
Tokyo
Opening hours:
11am-3am daily
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