General | Luxury & lifestyle hotel special

Terrace dining alight with festivities

Sponsored Content

Grand Hyatt Tokyo, located in the upscale Roppongi district, is introducing its new terrace plans, a wonderful way to enjoy the spacious open-air terraces of the hotel’s restaurants. From June 1, exceptional offerings such as an authentic American beer garden on the terrace and Sparkling Terrace, an al fresco summer dining experience, are on offer.

The Oak Door steakhouse is offering a summer beer garden menu on its airy terrace from June 1 to Sept. 30. During June and July, diners can enjoy Southwest Barbecue, featuring meat slow-smoked with applewood chips for over eight hours by pitmaster Craig White from White Smoke. White is a pioneer of traditional smoked barbecue in Japan.

A Northeast Seafood Boil will be served in August and September, featuring a New England-inspired assortment of lobster, clams, mussels, prawns and corn, all served in a Dutch oven. Both menus are priced from ¥6,800 per person.

A stylish twist on classic bistro cuisine is offered at The French Kitchen, and its terrace area, surrounded by greenery, is the perfect spot to bask in the summer sun. From June throughout September, the restaurant will offer Sparkling Terrace (¥5,500). During this summer dinner set against the soft glow of candlelight and illuminated trees, guests can enjoy a selection of grilled dishes and unlimited servings of freshly baked focaccia bread, accompanied by sparkling wine or Champagne.

Another great way for guests to enjoy the summer is to attend Soiree Blanche Voyage that will bring the glitz and glamor of the 1970’s French Riviera to The French Kitchen with an all-white attire terrace party. For just eight nights (June 30, July 7, 15 and 28, August 4, 11, 18 and 25), guests can come dressed all in white and enjoy free-flowing Champagne and sizzling food from the grill in an urban resort-inspired restaurant.

Download the PDF of this Luxury & Lifestyle Hotel Special

Coronavirus banner