Nombre de messages : 170
Age : 29
Localisation : Toulouse
Date d'inscription : 25/07/2007
|Sujet: Les pubs et bar ... Sam 18 Aoû - 17:59|| |
j'en ai trouvé deux qui sont soit disant "traditionnels" (Although they might not be the taverns that Estonian peasants of centuries past would recognise, the following places are decorated in a certain old-fashioned, down-home Estonian style that makes them popular with locals and interesting for tourists.
- Citation :
- Seiklusjutte Maalt ja Merelt
Address: Tartu mnt 44
Phone: +372 601 0762
Fax: +372 601 0763
Open: Sun-Wed 11-24
Since it's a little ways from the centre, not too many tourists find their way to this unusual pub that resembles a huge country lodge.
Those who make the trip however will find something unique. The English name, Traveller's Pub and Club, doesn't do much to explain that the pub is actually named after a collection of adventure stories found in practically every Estonian household. Menus here are fashioned like storybooks, and the maps and globes on the walls are here to help explorers find their way.
- Citation :
- Karja Kelder
Address: Väike-Karja 1
Phone: +372 644 1008
Open: Sun-Mon 11-24
Part of the Vana Villem chain of earthy pubs, this Old Town cellar bar is decorated in the traditional style that Estonians tend to love.
Lots of iron and wood is used in the décor, while wagon wheel chandeliers and other rural artifacts give it a homey feel. Beer here is a bit cheaper than in other Old Town bars, and there´s more variety available, even with regards to imported brands. Just as much a place to drink however, Karja Kelder is a good spot to enjoy a reasonably priced, hearty meal.
«pour tous ceux qui sentent profondément et qui ont conscience de l'inextricable labyrinthe de la pensée humaine il n'y a qu'une seule réponse possible : une tendresse ironique, et le silence.» Lawrence Durrell, Justine