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Bar review Kleo’s cocktail bar, Paphos
A landmark of the strip in Coral Bay in Paphos, Kleo’s Cocktail bar was established in 1991 and is popular with local residents of Peyia as well as visiting tourists.
Operating as a café during the day, by night the venue turns into a bar with live DJ sets every day during the summer season.
The musical style is mostly commercial and dance music, which is carefully chosen by resident DJ Jason Collins - also a presenter on Rock FM radio in Paphos. He ensures he gets the place ‘pumping’ every evening.
Collins takes to the decks each night at 10.30 and ample lighting and a disco ball all add to the club effect.
In addition, ‘open poles’ on the dance floor are a favourite with customers as the party atmosphere takes hold.
Kleo’s is open from 9am and their English breakfast is the number one choice of tourists staying in the area, as well as residents. Other snacks and meals are served throughout the day.
With both indoor and outdoor seating, Kleo’s frontage is right on the main road in Coral Bay and can’t be missed.
This venue attracts a varied crowd, many of whom come to watch live sporting events on the six indoor TV screens. It’s a good place to sit, relax and unwind, while watching the world of Coral Bay go by.
As night falls, Kleo’s undergoes a metamorphosis as the atmosphere noticeably changes. The party kicks off at about 8pm every evening as staff plays CDs of live DJ mixes, warming up the crowd for the live DJ spot later on. The nighttime crowd covers a wide age range from late teens to retired folk; British expats, locals, visitors and overseas residents.
The cocktail menu is varied and well priced, cocktails start at €4, with local beers priced at €2.60 and up.
Drinks and meals are served by well trained friendly staff, one of the reasons this Paphos bar enjoys a high number of repeat customers.
This popular bar is packed out during summer weekends with around 200 customers filling the venue every Friday and Saturday night. Kleo’s is open every day, all day during the summer months and closes as around 3am each morning.
Special events and parties are also hosted by the venue; more information is available on their facebook page.
Kleo’s cocktail bar is a good place to visit if you’re looking for a fun, friendly night out which won’t break the bank.
Kleos Cocktail Bar
Where: Georgia Court, Coral Bay, Paphos
Price: beers from €2.60/cocktails from €4
www.kleosbar.com or Kleos Bar group on Facebook