Phoenix was a first for me - my first Greek club. The atmosphere was great, and there's a really ecelectic mix of people. Best of all, I didn't see one British tourist - this really is a club for Kefalonia's local party goers.
There wasn't an entry fee - but drinks were pretty expensive: 6 euros for a small bottle of Amstel. I guess you pay for the location...
There's three bars - two of which are in the garden outside. The interior is fairly small, but there's a large enough dancefloor.
Dress Code: Pretty relaxed.
If you want a late night out in Kefalonia this would be the most popular spot to end up. Locals usualy gather for the earlier part of the evening at the cafe/bars around the square only to move on later to a bigger bar/club. There are usually a couple of smaller cafes around.
The club called Bass is within walking distance from the central square and although its no Ibiza club it gets quite packed specially during July August. Around the square there are Polo cafe, Traffic cafe, Le Sapen Noir cafe, an Internet cafe, Roumours cafe and Premier. Roumours and Traffic typically play greek music while Polo and Le Sapen Noir usually play Electronic or foreign charts music.
Dress Code: Usually not applicable
CINEMA is the most famous club in Argostoli,the capital of kefalonia. People from everywhere are looking forword to visit CINEMA because of it's great program of lots of kinds of music! Don't miss it!!
Dress Code: You can be yourselves!