The focus is on the cocktail list, offering both classic and designer drinks with artistic precision. But, the vinyl sets the tone. Local, national and international DJs put music on display with no limit to genre. Deep cuts and b-sides from your favorite funk, soul, hip hop, boogie, blues, classic R&B and rock create a new-but-known vibe where your only choice is to stay for one more cut.In addition to cocktails, Takashima Records promises to offer small plates and a beer and wine list.
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