Ababa cafe bar Ababa barAbaba bar an amazing place with friendly staff,Dimitirs the owner is pretty friendly and always have big smile you can see that he offers free shots.I do remember the saff name as well gorgeous girls with big friendly Olga,Angiliki,Margarita and Zwi unfortunetly I did not see Zwi hopefully on my next visit.
The owner and the staff always give a warm welcome.
The location of the bar is pretty jelly good,on Eisodion number 12 Ababa bar
the bar is open from 10 am till 2am and serves breakfast as well but will stay open usually till the last customer.
the bar plays a very good mellow music (English).
price-wise I find it very cheap 3,50 Euros for a pint of beer. While is ONLY 3 Euros for Ouzo drink you get also complimentary snacks with your drinks.
I found the bar by accident since I was staying one stone throw from the bar 1 minute walk...
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Ababa cafe bar Chaniaguide
Dress Code: All
It is situated at the tallest part of the city, at Akrotiri, it offers the best view of the town of Chania. You should try to find one of the tables situated at the main veranda and order chocolate cake with ice cream.
If you are young, like party and took something more than khaki shorts on your trip to Chania, you must go to eastern part of Chania at night.
Just start at the Old Venetian Harbour and follow harbour boardwalk for about 10-15 minutes (off course only at night.
You will find yourself surrounded by thousands of young people eating, drinking and having a good time.
It is a modern part of Chania with nice small hotels, and clubs. I call it SOHO of Chania, or Manhattan of Chania.
I know, it is not for all of you who come to Crete to see only Knossos like places. But if you came to have a good time and mingle with other tourists and young Greeks. THIS IS A PLACE TO BE AT NIGHT.
Dress Code: Well,............ you can see there lots of famous designer outfits, as well as lots of body parts (it is hot, very hot).
Wear whatever you are wearing when you are going to the summer party.
And make sure you know your way home, since you will be little.....out of alignment after few hours there.
Crete has everything.
You can hike during the day and stroll teh streets in your khaki shorts and "I LUV CRETE" T-shirt but at night, GIRLS!!!!!
Shave your legs, throw a nice dress and a pair of heels, brush your hair and GIRL, enjoy your night!!! Everybody is dressed up. And yes, local people are REALLY DRESSED UP!!!!
Dress Code: And sure after you have too much raki you can take your shoes off and walk to the hotel barefoot.......ot is OK!!!
As I was in Chania in late May/early June, not much was happening around the harbor. This bar was the only one that was packed & it was lots of fun.
Dress Code: It appeared to me that anything goes....I wore jeans, sandals & a short sleeve button down shirt & fit right in.
My friends and I wanted to experiecne real Greek nightlife. So, we asked just about every person we encountered, and finally settled on this club. While I can definitely say I am not a big fan of Greek music, it was worth checking out, just to see and hear the real thing. It is worth seeing, and its free to get in and cheap drinks, so, nothing to lose!