Shinbashi: Blade Runner Lights and Yakitori Delights

Shinbashi is a tight little Blade Runner-esque sliver of Tokyo close to where I recently stayed in Japan. It's also a densely packed street food haven especially popular for quick cheap lunches and afterwork drinking binges with a mind boggling number of yakitori restaurants, late night noodle bars and hole in the wall drinking establishments. If this frenetic slice of Tokyo living had a motto, it might be “eat, drink and be merry (and then drink some more) but don't miss your train or make it back to the office late!”

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Top Five Happy Hour Spots in Los Angeles

After dealing with LA traffic all day, a happy hour with friends can be the perfect way to unwind. Luckily, there are many excellent options for drinks and light food throughout the city that are also friendly to the pocketbook (an oddity in LA, to be sure). A word of advice—stay away from super touristy areas like the Santa Monica Promenade or anything along the touristy part of Sunset Strip in Hollywood. Instead, head to one of my tried and true top 5 favorites.

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