Nightlife in Glyfada: Where to enjoy a drink in Glyfada
Glyfada may be a laid-back neighborhood however there’s no shortage of bars and cafes where one can enjoy a drink or two at any time of day. Here’s our pick of a few hotspots in Glyfada:
Laodikis 41, € €
This bar is the most popular one in Glyfada, well known for its delicious famous cocktails. Xavier Misailidis, leading mixologist and bartender, inspired by the tiki vibe of Miami, opened this bar to introduce the concept of a Cocktail Bar in Glyfada in 2012, which has been a growing brand ever since. Make sure to try “The Conquistador” based on Jose Cuervo Traditional Silver, citrus, with chamomile and explosive aromas of passion fruit, apple cider vinegar with peach, guava liqueur, and fresh ginger, SIMPLY AMAZING.
Laodikis 38, € € €
Inspired by the high aesthetic bar culture of Mayfair, London, this venue looks like an English mansion. This new all-day bar-restaurant in the heart of Glyfada has already conquered locals’ hearts due to its fascinating cocktails and friendly staff. Perfect for celebrating events in a posh way, or for a fancy date night.
Kiprou 74, € €
Absolute destination spot, literally. This place has been characterized by locals as the top Quality All Day Concept bar in Glyfada. The outdoor seating makes this venue perfect for day drinks, night drinks on a summer night and adjusting to the situation we have been through with covid-19, perfect for keeping distances and inhaling fresh air. Bartenders use only fine, high-quality products to ensure their customers are happy & satisfied with the service.
Laodikis 33, € €
If you start wandering around Glyfada in search of the smallest bar in the city, you will find Mikro, which literally in Greek means “small”. This small bar is the meeting point in Glyfada as it is famous for its drinks & cocktails, but especially because of the music it plays. Famous Greek DJs play Techno & House music at this venue attracting a younger crowd, which enjoys the beat of the music. Almost as good as a nightclub.
Giannitsopoulou 8, €
Irish pubs are characterised by a unique culture centred around a casual and friendly atmosphere, hearty food and drink, Irish sports, and traditional Irish music. Inspired by Irish culture, Molly Malone’s opened in 2003 in Glyfada to unite its fellow Irish, English, Scottish and Welsh under one roof, where they could feel right at home. Thanks to its famous fish and chips and a large selection of draft beers and friendly atmosphere, this place attracted everyone independent of lineage.