The place is small, but really warm and cosy. The staff is friendly and adds to creating that atmosphere. The beer catalogue is not anything you ll get lost in (not a bad thing in my book), but not limited either. Just enough to give you a good selection of different quality beer at various prices that tend to be very reasonable overall. As far as food goes, no real opinion here. I tend to focus on drinking at that place... Music is usually a variety of popular rock songs of different decades. Not too loud, not too quiet, in general you can have a fun discussion without yelling to each other.
Small beer restaurant in Pagrati, downtown Athens. Interesting beer list from all over the world, though extremely limited. Rather cheap/fair prices, with an average of 6euros a beer. Though you cannot have a proper meal there, just tapas and finger food to accompany your drinks. We took a variety of sausages, which just comprised 3 (one small wurst and 2 traditional greek small sausages), and paid for it 6 euros. Descent place, full of young students that make it pretty noisy after 21.30-22.00 No place for non-smokers and that's a huge lack of respect to clients and potential clients. Music is OK: mainstream '80s and '90s mostly. Overall, a good choice for a beer with friends, if you can bear with smoke