Hospoda Korbel: Czech pub
Very good value of beers.Very friedly and helpful service.Little expensive,but I felt that most pubs at Seinäjoki where little more expnesive than at Tampere for example.
Very good juke-box,if you ask me!We would have found lots of songs from it!
They also have some foods,but we didn´t try it.
Dress Code: No dress-code
Rytmikorjaamo: See Finnish rock-bands
If it´s not time of Provinssirock,and you fancy seeing Finnish bands,check out what´s on at Rytmikorjaamo!
It´s not fancy place -it´s very typical Finnish "rock-club" which are mostly made in old factorys.
Dress Code: No dress-code!
Palaveri(=a meeting.You can say"I´m at meeting): Meeting-point
Nice place,where you can sit down and chat.Quite good jukebox,and furniture makes you feel like you´re in someone´s home.It´s very nice,that you are not allowed to smoke in Finnish restaurants anymore!We love that!No need to put all clothes out,when you come home.
You can have pop corn with your beer-beware-they put quite much salt in there..To make you take another beer?
This and Rokkikellari are both owned by SDR-restaurants,witch have many places in Seinäjoki.
Dress Code: No dress code.People of many ages,and from punk-rockers to pop-lovers.
Rokkikellari: Rock-music in the cellar
If you prefer Rolling Stones against Britney Spears,the Doors against Christina Aquilera AC/DC and Metallica against Backsteet boys or other rap-,disco-or something like that-you should come here.It´s downstairs of bar called"Kultainen kulaus"(witch I know nothing about-sorry-the rock-music from downstairs made us go straight there!)
this has been only place in Seinäjoki,witch we hear our kind of music.
I belive there´s live-music sometimes.
Dress Code: No dress-code.