"Stablus" is a living part of the Corfiot history.The music bar-gallery-lounge cafe-garden "Stablus" was built in 1725 as a stable for the horses of the Venetian Officers and is integral part of the New Fortress.Even Giacomo Casanova makes a mention of these famous stables!
Open from early in the morning till late at night, the Stablus offers coffees and juices, snacks and sweets, a great variety of hot dishes and pastas, cocktails and also shows and happenings and unique exhibitions in the gallery.
Dress Code: Properly dressed.No flip-flops!
Walking and lounging around Corfu town and the general area at night is just excellent. During the day, you will be constantly busy seeing all the sights and be exhausted from the heat but when the sun sets over the Ionian Sea is when the fun begins.
For us, nightlife was not about clubbing or bar hopping -- it was all about eating out, and wine drinking. This was a time for us to relax in all the local restaurants, sample the tasty Corfiot wine at every location and soak in the scenery.
Corfu town is not a good party location but excellent for the purpose of just relaxing. Many of the restaurants close after lunch time and do not even reopen until 8pm. The locals and tourists go out to eat late because the intense heat during the summer time doesnt stop until that time.
In a nutshell, Corfu town nightlife for us at least is all about relaxing outside under the trees, watching the people go by, enjoying the wine and just loving life.
Dress Code: No need for any dress code, in the summer dress for warm weather because even the evenings can be pretty hot!
This is a great bar that oozes fun. With giant Vodka filled watermelons and melons, heaps of space, a cool paradise-like atmostpehere, this place has something sepecial.
Not to mention the bar opens right up on to a crystal clear beach, with the most amazing water. It caps of a great, though messy night.
Dress Code: Relaxed.
I was quite surprised to find a Cheers bar in the middle of Benitses, but felt it necessary to pop in for one drink. The great thing here, is that they show Eastenders every night at 10pm, so got to catch up on that! The owner is a guy called Nico and I only know that coz we met his cousin and met him there for a drink - see my St George info!
Feng Shui is probably the bar that we frequented the most. It is in Benitses itself and sits on the seafront. There is no inside to the bar, although it is covered over. It is a very relaxing spot, you can just sit with a drink and watch the waves lapping at the beach.
This great place is run by my dear friends Christo and Sissy, BUT you can't say I am biased in my opinion because this place is REALLY great.
Next to the beautiful beach of Agios Gordios, with the best sunset view and the best music around, Alobar has become a popular spot for tourists and locals alike.
The music is ethnic mostly, especially latin.
Dress Code: None
This was the night after we had been on our trips to Paxos, I still felt quite rough and when seated I still could feel the movement of the boat !
Yes, I suffered there, not nice having sunstroke.... My lip had swollen so had my ankles (which I've never had happen before) my chest, neck and feet were red raw, it was agony
"Vento" is the most populare club in Acharavi, in my eyes. You meet a lot of fiendly people and the staff are nice and friendly, too. The drinks are tasty and they have very good music incl. greek music. When I'm on Corfu I go there every night.
It was one of our last nights and decieded to go on a mission, to do as many of the bars as we could, bearing in mind the night was still hot and made you feel worse.
We headed out to the main stretch and worked our way from left to right, it must of been a good night because I can't remember what the time was when we got in !
Dress Code: Not Applicable
The local pubs and clubs are really friendly and they will try and get you dancing !
Be prepared to be up til all hours, because if your up and running so will the bars be!
Dress Code: Not applicable in any bar at all, just dress in what you like
Not only... nightlife. It's an all - day spot.
The centre of social life in Corfu Town is undoubtably to be found at ESPIANADE.The town gardens, the bandstand together with the LISTON Arcade offer a welcome break from summer heat. The Liston incidentally was built during the French occupation (1807-1814) by the father of Ferdinand Lessops, the builder of the Suez Canal. There are five clubs in Corfu who play each other and visiting teams on the Espainade durring Summer.
Most popular are the Greek dances.Try it!
Greek nights are a great night out. Usually there is an 'all-in' price - all the food and wine is included. There will be lots of dancing - especially with fire.
Good cocktail bar: 'Whispers' go there for the happy hour and get 2 for 1!
Good Club: Prince - The Club - great place, good music (from commercial to Greek to dance), very nice barmen! haha
It's a place full of discos, pubs, and cocktail bars. Partying goes on till early morning, and most places offer a free drink on presenting entrance ticket.
Dress Code: Normal partying attire i guess!! We never had any problems, but i doubt they will let people in who wear shorts and very casual clothes.
It is a beachbar, where they play kind of new music.
Most of it is Belgian tinted techno, dance, trance, clubbingmusic.
Almost everyone drinks pastec = watermelon with vodka and so almost everyone begins acting rather crazy.
You have to try it, it is amazing!
It is located by the beach, so you can dance with the sea at your feet. They serve more than 20 coctails and they are very good and not pricy.
Dress Code: be the one you are
Bar Mythos in Acoravi.
Excellent selection of Cocktails, shooters and beer.
Excellent barman named Vagellis, made me feel extremely welcome and also a great taste in music. 5 star bar!!!!
Dress Code: None