Time Out Café & Diner

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タイムアウトカフェ&ダイナー(Time Out Cafe & Diner)
Photo: Keisuke Tanigawa

Time Out says

The physical outpost of Time Out Tokyo's online empire brings a dash of cosmopolitan class to the Ebisu area – and it's a great hangout, too. Housed in the upstairs floor of key live venue Liquidroom, Time Out Café & Diner offers an ideal spot for lazy lunches, coffee sessions and meetings alike. The interior is a pitch-perfect imitation of a New York loft eatery, with skylights nestled in the exposed ceilings, and a mixture of armchairs and more conventional seating, complete with a large central table that's ideal for bigger gatherings. Order up some international grub from the open-plan kitchen – specialities include the hearty pastrami sandwich and the mouth-watering Yatsugatake Premium Burger – and browse the library of Time Out books and magazines from around the globe. Alternatively, knock back a cappuccino, Chimay beer or cocktail, then check out the latest exhibition in the adjacent Kata gallery. And did we mention that we also have free Wi-Fi? We're nice like that.


2F Liquidroom, 3-16-6 Higashi, Shibuya-ku
Ebisu Station (Yamanote, Shonan-Shinjuku, Hibiya lines)
Opening hours:
11.30am-9pm, Sat 1pm-8pm, closed Mon & Sun

What’s on

More Than Music x Time Out Tokyo presents live music

Time Out Tokyo is teaming up with More Than Music, a Tokyo-based live gig organiser, to host our very own music night at the Time Out Café and Diner in Ebisu.  You can expect a lively evening featuring a diverse selection of indie artists curated by More Than Music. So far, the lineup is looking very promising, with performances from Moku, a psychedelic and ambient band known for their unique musicality, and British-born crooner Robert Taira Wilson, whose music fuses classic guitar with modern sounds. For more great music nights and other events in Tokyo, subscribe to More Than Music’s ‘Event Pass’. With this membership, you’ll have access to eight events for ¥3,500 per month. Events range from dinner parties and stand-up comedy shows to dance classes and art gallery openings.

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