Found this place really friendly, easy to get a beer and the music was decent aswell.
The bar had all kinds of nationalities including the locals. Didnt have a problem with anyone except the Russians bounce around on the dance floor like monkeys, elbows flying in ya face...strange people hahaha
Dress Code: Dont think it is strict on clobber, one night one of the lads had shorts on. Saw one bouncer walking around with army pants on haha he looked like a killer
My favorite hangout in Tallinn was the Nimeta Baar (Estonian for Bar with No Name). The best thing about the bar was the people -- especially the interesting and friendly expats! I enjoyed many great conversations at the bar over a few A.Le Coqs (local Estonian beer).
For a pub, the food was also quite good. I especially enjoyed the Thai Satay appetizer. Another good choice for taste (but probably not your arteries) is the deep fried Estonian style garlic bread.
I highly recommend the Nimeta Baar -- truly, a wonderful place!
Dress Code: Casual
This is always where we ended up. As two single gals traveling, this was the place to go to feel like you're the only girls in the bar- which actually we probably were. Just be prepared to get drunk whether you want to or not. On our last day, we checked out of hotel, took a little walking tour but had about 6 hours to kill before our bus left at midnite. It was very cold outside so we thought we stop back in for a beer or two and some food. Oh, noooo, it ended up being a big 'ol party.
Dress Code: Wear whatever.
This is the first pub I went to! I still remeber clearly the first night in Tallinn when we were a bit disappointed cause it was raining hard and we didn't have any umbrella and then we found the main pubs and clubs and we decided to try Nimeta!
The name "Nimeta" means in English "No Name"
This is a good place to have few beers or drinks and relax..
Rough as you like 'Scottish' pub - well it's owned by some guy from Scotland but doesn't have a theme.
Shows live English football, so therefore attracts your stag parties, ex-pats etc.
We went, but it's nothing special unless you want to meet English people - which I didn't.
Has a pool table, small dance floor, bad dancers, eating area and cheap food.
Dress Code: What you like!
Bar with No Name - when I was there, some of the locals felt the need to take off their shirts and dance and gyrate like crazy. And this was a Monday night!
Von Krahli - Rataskaevu st. They've got a table attached to the ceiling for some mad reason.
Molly Malones on Raekola Plats - excellent food
Arizona Saloon - bit touristy though
Wall St - full of Tallinn yuppies
This pic is of me (first on the left) with all the other Aussies and Germans we met in Vana Tom's
Could'nt help noticing that there are LOADS of Erotic clubs in Tallinn - the Mama of them all seems to be the Venus Club.
tried out Saku beer (sharp) and the blackcurrenty flavoured Vana tallinn drink, which was quite pleasant
Dress Code: Pretty casual