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Tokyo Takeover: Savoy Pizza at Pasquale Jones


What does new wave Japanese pizza look like? It looks likes slivers of sashimi grade tuna atop a mayonnaise-based pie.

From September 18th to 21st, chefs Ryu Yoshimura and Yuki Motokura of Savoy Pizza (as seen on Netflix’s Ugly Delicious) are bringing a literal slice of Tokyo to Nolita.

Introducing the Resy and American Express® Tokyo Takeover at Pasquale Jones, where the Savoy team will make you rethink your basic pizza principles with their wild takes on Neapolitan-style pies. They’ll partner with local chefs Ryan Hardy and Tim Caspare for an exclusive menu of classic and inventive styles, so bring your curiosity and an appetite: New York is about to welcome slices of an entirely different kind.

Book The Tokyo Takeover Now.

Tickets are $100, with an optional $95 wine pairing, and go on sale September 6th at 10 am ET via Resy.

American Express® Card Members get exclusive access to early booking 48 hours before anyone else. To make a reservation, just add your eligible American Express Card to your Resy account. Reservations are first-come, first-served. Terms apply.*

American Express early access for the Tokyo Takeover runs from September 4th at 1 pm ET through September 6th at 9am ET.

Remaining reservations will become available on September 6th at 10 am ET.

*During the specified sales period, tickets are available exclusively to all American Express Card Members. Tickets must be purchased with an American Express Card. Standard service charges apply. Offer is subject to availability. Not all seats are available and blackout dates apply. All sales final. No refunds. No exchanges. Offer may be changed or revoked at any time at the sole discretion of American Express. Some events may not be accessible to Card Members with disabilities.

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