Best Bars in Syntagma, Athens
IPITOU the Bar has the same name as the pedestrian street on which it is placed. It is located very close to Syntagma square in downtown Athens. This quiet area, with neoclassical buildings giving an idea of old Athens, seems very distant from the busy center, despite the fact that it is so close.
Baba au Rum is a relaxed cocktail bar, located just south of Syntagma. It is the heaven of cocktail lovers. It serves not only classic, but also creative drinks with a special emphasis on Rum, just like its name suggests. Baba Au Rum has been awarded and recognized as one of the best rum bars in the world.
Drunk Sinatra is situated in the center of Athens at Thiseos street. It is a really popular place, especially in the summertime, as the bar is located on a pedestrian street. With vintage music and nice cocktails, it opens its doors daily and welcomes you to have fun with your friends. The decoration is really unique and of course, there are many photos of Frank Sinatra.
Heteroclito is a wine destination in the heart of Athens. Follow the wine routes around Greece, discover the best out of all local varieties and find your favorite labels various brands.In Heteroclito the Greek wine experience is matched with local varieties of cheese, cold cuts and meat assortments. In Heteroclito wine stands for culture, knowledge and affordable pleasure.
Kiki de Grece is a wine bistro in the center of Athens, offering domestic wine labels, elite finger food and snacks from all over Greece.
The Clumsies is an all-day cocktail bar, nestled in an unassuming street in the vibrant center of Athens. Don’t let the name fool you, there is nothing clumsy about the quality of cocktails, food or service offered at this slick Athens hip-spot.
By the glass is a one-of-a-kind wine bar-bistro, which is housed in a historic arcade downtown in Athens. In this small, “secret” urban arcade, the history of wine unfolds before your eyes with wine bottles and food.
Oinoscent was founded in 2008 by two wine-passionate brothers in their early 20s. For a brief period, it worked as a wine cellar, but it was only a matter of time before it evolved into the first wine bar of Athens. In its cellar, you will find more than 700 labels from all over the world.