I get off at metro Monastiraki, a few meters from the bustling Agias Eirinis square. A station for fun. Upon entering Zaf all day coffee bar, I think to myself that it has been only a few years of life from the day it open its doors and it is just like yesterday. Zaf team just cannot quiet down, ever.
||Every day is a new day at Zaf coffee bar.
They renew the menu, set up live gigs, choose dj sets with excellent music taste, rearrange and renovate the place is with prevailing elements of wood and new details that give out a more warmer & and friendly for the visitors. It really sets the mood that every day is a new day at Zaf coffee bar.
At Zaf coffee bar you can enjoy your morning coffee of cappuccino, espresso kai other types of beverages with special quality and taste from their baristas who possess knowledge and experience.
One of the the strongest points of Zaf coffee bar are its cocktails. With new, imaginative recipes and great taste, it really worths trying the Lila Pause a cocktail with a "first and last name", and the Pink dream with cranberry.
We have reached mid day and it's time to grab a bite. Yes, we are talking about the new menu of the "Food Gang" team, around casual food options only for Zaf coffee bar and its visitors.
Selections are several and can cover all tastes with unique flavors that caress the palate and for those who are wathcing their form, there are light food choices.. In the new menu, you will now find delicious breakfasts that are served until 13:30.
We have picked out the fresh strapatsada with mushrooms and fresh tomatoes, served along with Greek coffee and freshly squeezed orange juice! There is also great renewal throughout the menu of fresh salads and finger food choices.... Do not forget to taste the Zaf-vlaki with its juicy chicken skewers, hand made sause and Arabic pita bread.
Good music and Zaf coffee bar are one and identical, so favorite dj's and radio producers could not be missing. The times we have enjoyed it & danced till dawn with my friends are more than a few. Highlight of the week is the day of Wednesday with the great Anna Anastasiou of Join radio that delivers a set that has become the talk of the town.
Upon closing I wish you a spectacular summer and ...See you at Zaf!
The Monastiraki (little monastery) flea market is held in one of the oldest parts of the city at the foot of the Acropolis in the Monastiraki neighborhood on Avissynias Square. The neighborhood is known for its shops and open-bazaar type stores which line the streets but there is also the market which is not worth missing. Each of the narrow streets which leads off of Monastiraki Square is packed with interesting stores and the trick is to explore these smaller lanes. Monastiraki Square is surrounded by interesting buildings like the mosque built in 1759 which now houses a ceramics museum and the Church of the Pantanassa. Close by is Hadrian's Library and the Agora.
The Sunday flea market has been held in Avissynias Square since 1910 and it is a jumbled collection of everything you can imagine. You can find anything for sale here from WWII memorabilia, chess sets, brass, copper pans and Mickey Mouse clocks to real antiques. Pick up a chandelier, clothing, kitchenware or souvenirs at the market. Feel free to bargain. The nice thing about the market is that you will not be surrounded by only tourists; the locals like to shop here as well. Wander through the many streets and see the small and unique stores and the larger more tourist oriented ones. Visit some sandal makers where you can have a pair of leather sandals handmade for you.
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