Cafe Odeon is primarily known as the birthplace of Dadaism. In later years some very notable personalities such as Albert ... More
Cafe Odeon is primarily known as the birthplace of Dadaism. In later years some very notable personalities such as Albert Einstein, James Joyce and Patricia Highsmith have witnessed the charm of this Art Nouveau-style cafe. Even today the Odeon, opened in 1910, attracts the biggest artists, actors, authors as well as aspiring ones. Unfortunately this marble-lined cafe was halved in size in 1972 to make room for a new pharmacy next door. Mirrors have been fitted on the walls to attempt to recreate that spacious feel, visually if by no other means. Lunchtime normally brings a choice of three different generous set menus, complete with vegetarian options. The chocolate cake most certainly comes with a stamp of approval and in summer guests can sit outside on the terrace looking out onto the boulevard.
Although it is also popular with business people and hotel guests, the Frankfurter Hof's hotel bar is renowned as a
high society hangout. The rich and the beautiful meet at Cafe Bar Restaurant Oscar*s for a cocktail at the ...
Situated on Wellington's scenic waterfront this American style bar is popular with both the sports types and city business people.
While primarily a sports bar, it is also a popular venue on Friday and Saturday nights when live bands ...
Cafe Bar Iruña opened in 1903, and the same curious Moorish style coloured ceramic tiles and shields with coats of
arms remain on the walls. A popular meeting point for bankers, executives and young working people, it's always busy ...