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This spot is a no-nonsense place for drinkers. They decor is really funky and cool, and the crowd here is laidback. They have a few beers on tap and the bartenders make great hand-crafted cocktails. Two of the highlights for me were the very friendly...More
Date of experience: May 2019
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Margaritis14, Ιδιοκτήτης at Pulp Bar Thessaloniki, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday
Standard quality, a hidden gem of the city. The decoration is so unique and the selection of beers the best within Thessaloniki. everything clean and the staff pleasant and helpful. Deserves more than five stars!!!
Stumbled across this place on a day trip to Thessaloniki and thought heck it looks like a pub I know back home !
Excellent choice of bottled lager and beers with too many to choose from !
Music choices excellent too !!
Many bars in the city center of Thessaloniki are too "touristy". We've looked for a "local" bar (where locals go) and one that serve local Greek beers. We were led to Pulp Bar by a local friend, and we weren't disappointed. Good atmosphere, a very...More
Title pretty much sums up the place, the list of Craft beer's is longer than Gandalf's beard.
You may even catch a few wizards walking past, for those uneducated in the ways of the craft beers unless you can read Greek you'll remain uneducated.
Cozy atmosphere, good vibes and a wide range of beers to accommodate all tastes. Unfortunately, smoking is allowed and for non smokers is difficult.
Oh, and let's not forget the fresh, buttery popcorn.
In Thessaloniki you cannot easily find real pubs. A great place with nice music and people. Hundreds of bottle beers and great draught beers. If you want to enjoy your beer in the center of Thessaloniki but feeling like being in a pub abroad this...More
Been a regular for almost 8 years, it's a beautiful little place with loads of character. Vintage meets brit meets soul meets garage meets rock n roll, in a warm and cozy space where you can get a TON of beers (160, to be precise)...More