Pizzeria Bar Il Vigore

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When I was trying to find a nice restaurant to eat in Shinjuku, I found this place online. Located in 5 minutes walk from Nishi Shinjuku exist, front part of this place is a bar and at the back, there are few seats and tables. Bar side was very lively while the restaurant part is pretty small. At this restaurant, you can get various kind of cocktails and alcoholic drinks, appetizers, pasta and pizza. Since we did not go there for purpose of drinking, we only spent 1600 yen per person for food and soft drink. It was pretty nice place.

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