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To Pontiki (Rebetadiko)

Eptanisou 9, 11257, Athens
Eptanisou 9, 11257, Athens

Description

It all began in 1984 when the Rebetadiko "To Pontiki" opened in Kypseli - giving young musicians a platform to promote themselves. It's now considered a classic spot with traditional food and abundant drink - offering live music all of the nights it is open for business.

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Address Information

Eptanisou 9
Kypseli
11257
Athens
Attica, Greece
Greece
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Opening Hours

Monday:

Closed

Tuesday:

Closed

Wednesday:

Closed

Thursday:

Closed

Friday:

22:30 - 04:30

Saturday:

22:30 - 04:30

Sunday:

Closed

Phone

+302108232971

+302108232971

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