Annie is right - the best place in Kalami for Greek dancing is the A & A on a Sunday night. We usually eat there on that day to be sure of a good seat! It's worth going just to watch Stavros dance (easy, ladies!)
In Agni Bay, Nikolas taverna also holds a greek night on Thursdays. It is extremely popular, and it is usually necessary to book a table (not sure if you will need to do this in October but it will be as well to check) There is a set menu, with local drinks free, and of course, the Greek dancing. Its all great fun!
Message posted by RUTH W. on 24 August 2009 at 7:15pm - IP Logged
I'd agree about Nikolas, a really good night, an absolute MUST. Go by free boat from the jetty.
However if your looking for something Greek, without the dancing drive up to Paleoperithea for an early evening meal and bask in the last rays of the sun just below the top of mount Pantokrator within an ancient village, choose any of the 4 tavenas.
If you time it right you could drive down into Kassiopi on the way back and call into Kostas bar for a free, magnificently lively, Greek dancing display which starts at 10.00pm.
Message posted by moony on 24 August 2009 at 10:29pm - IP Logged
Dimitris Taverna on the top road has a Greek night every Saturday but it is more traditional. Dimitris and Dimitris play acoustic guitar and squeeze box with both of the lads singing and it is a more laid back evening. Just nice whilst having a lovely meal.
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