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A bartender and a decorator joined their passion for music, drink and aesthetic ,creating kibar to the monastery of Carol. The building of Kibar is a Venetian monastery of the sixteenth century which has been characterized as a monument and has been...more
I've rarely seen so many bottles of whisky, gin, rum in one place. This puts most liquor shops to shame. Beautiful inner courtyard that is outside, attentive service, talk to Aris if you want to talk spirits. Only issue is that the music early in...More
A lovely open air bar space, with 3 bars to serve from, and tasty cocktails. At the time we were there the number of guests outnumbered the team, but it took 20 minutes to get a cocktail, and they only noticed they didn't have ingredients...More
Love the place , the music and the their drinks! You have to try their cocktails! Try the one with ginger-ice! Cant forget it!
Ps: take a look on the roof of the buildings, when you are standing at the bar! ;)
A modern and fashionable bar in the old town of Chania.
Nice place, filled with local people and tourists alike.
Drinks are a bit expansive in relation to local prices but is still worth visiting once or twice while you are staying in Chania.
If you want to spend some time in a nice surrounding with some good chill out music then this is the place to visit. The only downside which stopped us to order another drink was bar staff who were so not interested in their customers...More
This is great lively bars with fab music on . It is set in an old courtyard with lovely trees and a great set up with the bars . Table service was excellent and the drinks were if a very high standards with excellent choice...More
Great music, tasty drinks, nice service, nice people. All that situated in an indoor yard with great cooling system. As far as I know, it used to be actually a monastery. Usually crowded, so better go early. I totally recommend a visit!