A classy joint

Drunk Sinatra is a new addition to the historic center of Athens, an interesting bistro-cum-bar, classy and fun. Don’t judge by the name: this is not a dive. Instead, the bar is carefully decorated with 60s-style furnishings, and a large Sinatra poster winks at you in front of the entrance.

Ad of course, the musical programme at Drunk Sinatra lives up to the name that inspired the joint. Come for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner or just drinks: you are always welcome. The bar has outdoor seating, albeit stuffy and crowded in Summer months.

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The most popular cocktail bar in town.

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Drunk Sinatra
Thiseos 16, Syntagma , Athens

Area: Syntagma Square

Phone: +30 21 0331 3733

Website: www.facebook.com/drunk.sinatra.bistro/

Open Hours: Mon - Wed: 10:00 am - 3:00 am Thu - Sun: 10:00 am - 5:00 am

Categories: Cafes & bars, Cocktail bars, Beer , Gastro bars, Outdoors bars


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