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Tour Tokyo Club and The Keep Speakeasy in Harmonie Park

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Eater photographers Chris and Michelle Gerard offer an inside look at Detroit's newest restaurant and bar.

Restaurateur and chef Jason Frenkel's most recent ventures, Tokyo Club and The Keep speakeasy opened to the public last Friday.

The ground-level Asian-inspired restaurant offers both table and couch seating with views of Harmonie Park. An exposed brick wall is adorned with the likeness of a small golden cat figurine that sits on the sill of the restaurant's kitchen window. The menu offers a few clever options including a list of egg rolls in flavors like ham and cheese, corned beef, and cheesecake.

Down a stairwell, The Keep provides a dark space perfect for an after-dinner craft cocktail. Candles provide offer just enough light to give the room a warm red glow.

Tokyo Club and The Keep are located at 1407 Randolph. For the first two weeks, the restaurant and bar will be open for pop-up hours from 6 p.m. until close (between 9 p.m. and 11 p.m.) Thursday through Saturday.

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