If you want a British pub showing sports in Calangute, then go here.
There are other larger bars, such as the big one in Candolim, but this was local and in staggering distance to our hotel. It also has more of a pub feel to it, and is not quite as big or as busy as the sports bar.
If you don't like sport, then stay away.
Certainly a British pub feel to it, which again appeals to some people, but not to the wife.
It stays open late, so a good place to watch the late kick offs.
Dress Code: You wouldn't feel out of place, wearing an England top or other football top,
Situated on the Baga Road, just past the CSM road, near the CASA GOANA restaurant and Santiago Hotel.
This is a bar aimed at the British tourist. There is a large wide screen television which shows Premiership football. Monday night is the popular quiz night. Thursday night is TV comedy night , showing popular TV comedy shows such as Father Ted, Only Fools and Horses etc.
If you miss home, and want a British pub, then this is ideal. If you have come to Goa to get away from football and all that, then stay away, or go early. They have a cocktail happy hour between 4-7PM.
Normally held every Monday evening from 7.30pm. Sing along to your favourite tunes. Everyone who sings gets a FREE VODKA.
It is open air around the pool. There is a tandoori oven for lovely food. A wide menu , which is very good value. Bar prices are also very reasonable. Only 50rp for a large Kingfisher or 25rp for a kings.
Local bar , visited on an afternoon/evening as A welcome refreshment stop after walking up and down Baga and Calangute Beach.
Small bottles of Kings are good value.
Sit and watch the hectic world go by in Calangute.
This is also an Off Licence selling Alcohol , which is very reasonable to buy.
We also saw people bringing their plastic bottles back to get refilled with water.
A bottle of ''local'' Vodka for about $3.00 Need I say More.
And 'slightly' more upmarket from when i originally visited Bharat in 1994 ... They EVEN have ice made with mineral water now
Dress Code: Anything goes
Indoors and outside tables and chairs. The usual inexpensive drinks. Many European ex-pats
Dress Code: As in many places in Goa, Anything goes as long as you are clothed
Kingfisher is the best local beer of India. It's a popular branded name. Another local beer, Kings beer with the cool, fat bottle does not taste good.