Off topic: Some info regarding Eleftheria Arvanitaki's concerts
Thread poster: Doron Greenspan MITI
Fellow Greek translators,
I'm coming to Athens on the weekend of 14 December especially to see Eleftheria Arvanitaki's concert in a club called the Rex Club.
I have a question though, which I couldn't get answered by the club itself (bad English):
Is it possible to book a table for a single person, or does it make more sense to sit at the bar?
If the second option is recommended, do you think I need to book in advance?
And since we're at it, is there anyone who's interested in coming to one of these concerts?
I appreciate your input on these questions from someone who should learn Greek...
| Better find a friend || Dec 4, 2007 |
I don't think you would be able to reserve a table to yourself. 1st reason, you almost certainly have to get a bottle of whiskey, costing around 200 euros! Second, clubs tend to put 4 people at each table. Probably you will be made to sit with a bunch of strangers - which turned out great for me. You must be prepared to pay around 50 - 70 euros, even if you only eat a couple of peanuts. Last time I went, I HAD to buy a bottle of spirit or wine, for every 2 people, at a cost of around 70 - 80 euros.
As for the bar, you don't have to make reservations, but will you will pay around 20 euros to get in + a drink & probably will have to stand for a veeerry long time. Not recommended for people over 25 years old! Believe me.
The best solution would be reserving a seat at a table and being prepared to be with 2 - 3 others you don't know, plus having to shout at them if you want to chat. Other than that, it should be quite an interesting experience.
| | elzosim
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English to Greek
For this particular show, the cost of a bottle (of whiskey or vodka etc.) is 180 euros (and serves 4 people maximum) and the cost of a bottle of wine is 100 euros and serves two people maximum.
I agree with Diamantis that going to the bar is not an option at all. At least, as far as I am concerned - and I am 26!
So, the best thing to do is to invite a friend and book a table for two, or more!
| Thanks for great tips || Dec 5, 2007 |
Now I have a clearer idea of what is involved.
I derive my knowledge from a remote village in Attica where I sat on the bar for the whole night quite pleasurably and enjoyed good rembetico; or from a concert in a large town square - but this is new experience for me...
I'll see if I can find someone to join me...
Many thanks, Doron
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Some info regarding Eleftheria Arvanitaki's concerts
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