This is probably one of the best jazz clubs I have gone to in Greece. They have all types of Jazz music, and fantastic cocktails.
Fridays and saturdays are live music nights, with really great groups.
Dress Code: Well, I would say dress nice, but not.. too nice... i mean.. we're talking about jazz..what else can i say but.."just be cool."
One of the best parts of Thessaloniki with numerous cafeterias is the seasise or Nikis Avenue. Lots of people are going there all day and especially in the weekends, drink their cofee and observing the sunrise behind the mountains. This place is suitable for those who want to see people or want to relax. Many people see this place like the plaka of Athens. But the feeling of the sea while drinking your cofee is something you can't loose. It's a perfect idea after a day of shopping or exploring. But If you want more then go to a club and have fun till early morning! It's also important that the symbol of the city, Whte Tower is there.
In front of the restaurant and lounge bar "Interni" is an art installation made from umbrellas. You should watch it during sunset, ie from inside Interni.. It becomes alive, as the seabreeze lifts them up into the air and the sunbeams let's the construction, that holds them, disapear. Magic spot !
Dress Code: looks like a fierce fashion competition, but easy if you like.
On the Nikis Ave. there are lot's of cafe&bars. People are drinking cafe frappe all the time in the morning. At night they drink alcohol in the same places :)
Dress Code: You can wear anything that you feel comfortable.
You can see the staff of the bar that I went at night with me.
Kleio Boat Bar
Kleio is a boat that some people converted it to a bar. You can find it by the seaside usually near the port or near the White Tower. It has rock music and sometimes it makes a short trip in the gulf of Thessaloniki.
Dress Code: No dress code applied.
A great all day cafe, at night serves drinks, in a house of Apothiki group houses, in the port.
Industrial style, and music from cinema.