Muza is the place to go for a drink in Arad. The bar is completely decorated with football memorabilia from pretty much every country (although I dare to the owner to show me something from Dominican Republic haha).
They offer a good selection of beer and food and a good atmosphere. The day I visited, it was empty (just before the Shavuot) so I can imagine how it would be on a Friday night or when there's a football game.
Dress Code: Come as you are.
Muza is the local pub in arad and it´s one of those local pubs i wish we had where i live.
it´s a very pleasant place with a good selection of beer and the owner has one of the biggest collections of football souveniers in this world.
now that is something i can dig in to :O)
the place is very friendly and i am ready to go back to arad just for the purpose of having a few beers there.
it´s totally a pub of my taste.
Dress Code: as it is a pub of my taste there is no dress code :O)
Gabrielle (Trillian2005) came down to visit us in Arad and Menachem and Dorit were here also so we decided to "dine out" at Muza...Gabrielle has been a friend for years, we met on the internet and then did a weeks trip on a boat on the canals in France with her and her husband Cris...it has taken me a long time to "convert" her to VT, but she is now one of the converted !!!
Yoona (Hotsauce) and Guy came to visit us from Canada and even though they come from a "civilized" country they did admit that Muza was the best. They also met our "adopted" son Gabriel from Canada, we are trying to make him admit that he would love to immigrate to Israel.
Meet Arad's own home grown rock group.
The lead singer, lead guitar and composer is Eitan.
Singing with him is his wife Liat.
and that is Amos, tuning up his bass guitar.
Missing from the pics is Coco the percusionist/keyboard.
They have been making music here in Arad for the last 35 years and we still enjoy them today whenever we manage to catch them. Hearing them play at home does not count of course.
This is Arad's version of "Cheers" and if you don' believe, try to go there with Martin_S. and see if this is the place "where everybody knows your name". Besides the fact that Arad is not a big city there's another explanation; Muza is one and the most popular, out of three, bar that is found in Arad.
They have great selection of beers serve tasty pizzas and meat dishes, have a huge screen for basketball and soccer games' fans, and even live music once in a while.
The atmosphere is calm and friendly. Muza is decorated with hundreds (if not thousands) soccer and basketball teams' scarves. If you manage to bring one that is not on Muza's ceiling you'll get free beer all night. I've been to Muza several times and was never disappointed.
It is always an ocassion to raise a glass of good wine when friends come over to share with you, be it an evening of BBQ, goulash or just sitting around "chewing the fat".
Here Yossuf, Arie and Iliya share with me.
This is our "outdoor" Hungarian Goulash making spot. Our friend Yossuf and his wife Ildiko came over to do a homemade pot of goulash for us. It was the best. Even better was having friends over. The funniest part of the evening was watching cars drive by and sort of stare, some almost ran off the street because they apparently could not believe what they were seeing.
Dress Code: Shorts and t-shirt required, shoes optional.