By Bejay Browne
If you’re in search of a bit of ‘crazy’ in Paphos, Flairs bar in Kato Paphos is the place to head for.
On Ayiou Antoniou Street – known locally as Bar Street – this is a place where anything goes. A magnet for party animals of all ages, drinks offers are often available and weekends are busy.
The atmosphere is fun and lively, the staff are friendly and welcoming and the cocktails are plentiful. But this won’t be a venue loved by all as it generally attracts a younger, noisier crowd, although people of all ages are frequent visitors. Drinks can be cheap however, imported spirits and beverages are also served.
Flairs is a popular choice with holidaymakers, especially younger Brits looking for an entertaining atmosphere, which can sometimes be elusive in Paphos. Dancing is encouraged, as is being social and socialising with fellow guests.
Inside, the venue is large, and Flairs also use an outside space at the front, which sits directly on Bar Street. The interior is modern and slightly industrial and colour is provided by a multitude of lights.
TV screens show sporting events and hundreds of hen and stag evenings (mostly Brits) are held here every year.
The happy couple, or hen or stag are treated by the venue’s entertainment team who give them priority service in the VIP area, fun games and competitions to play, including dance offs, while plying them with lots of alcohol.
This is one of the busiest bars in Paphos and a typical night will involve DJs playing a mix of mainstream music including, chart and dance, R and B, house and dance floor classics. The bar’s MCs and other performers, including fire shows, will also keep you entertained.
A Flairs photographer will most probably capture the night’s goings on, which will be posted onto the bar’s dedicated Facebook page.
Guests are encouraged to tag themselves, which is a great way to get new ‘likes’ for their page.
This venue often holds parties for all sorts of events.
Where: Ayios Antoniou Street, Paphos.