20, Avenue de Champagne - Sakae, Nagoya
One night a few weeks back, I decided to take a friend over to try out this restaurant/lounge called “20, Avenue de Champagne.” It was exactly what I was expecting although it was my first time there. The dim lights, warm and cool colors set the atmosphere as well as the presence of fine leather and glistening table tops. I apologize for the quality of the photos and lack of the...
Café du Ciel - JR Central Towers: Meieki, Nagoya
Cafe du Ciel is on the 51F of the JR Central Towers complex part of Nagoya Station. The Central Towers has two restaurant floors - on the 12th and 13th. From the 13th floor, you can access the elevator that takes you up to the 51F where the Panorama Lounge and three other restaurants, one of which is a French restaurant, are situated. There are daily lunch and afternoon tea sets. As for dinner,...
Pierre Marcolini - Midland Square - Meieki, Nagoya
This sleek and elegant Belgian cafe has mature as it is posh. There are only 4 locations in Japan - 2 in Tokyo, 1 in Haneda Airport, and the last in Nagoya. Lucky for me! This chocolatier is well-known in Europe, especially in Belgium where it originated from, and around the world. There’s only 1 location in NYC. Again, lucky for me when I return home! The shop has its own small and cozy...
CASSINA IXC Café - Sakae, Nagoya
My apologies for the long overdue update! I’ve tried lots of cafes and restaurant since then. Sorry if I don’t list them chronologically! I finally found the Cassina in Nagoya! It’s smaller than the one in Osaka - at least the cafe part of it - but the store itself is lovely and very modern. The layout is different from the Osaka store, but nonetheless it has the same...