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Bar review: Stone Age pub, Larnaca

Stone Age remains one of the cornerstones of Larnaca nightlife as it is one of the oldest bars in Larnaca, with a history spanning over a quarter of a century.
The traditional pub has become a part of the town’s fabric and its popularity has rarely faltered due to its perfect location, whether it be summer due to its proximity to the beach or in the winter for its coziness in the vibrant Laiki Yitonia square.

Having been under the same ownership since the very beginning, there is a warm history and tradition about the bar. To keep track of all of this, the interior walls are decorated with song requests, letters, placards and anything else you can imagine dating back to day one of the pub’s existence, creating a sort of timeline of the bar’s memories.

There is a wide variety of local and imported beers either bottled or on tap, including KEO, Hoegaarden, Budweiser and Guinness. There is also a vast choice when it comes to cocktails, though I would recommend sticking to the beers. Of course there is no obligation to drink alcohol at all, with plenty of coffees and juices available.

There is plenty of outdoor seating as well as the installation of a bar situated near the entrance which is by far the most popular area to be in the summer. But with the temperature going down, the inside seating, as well as an upstairs section, is certainly going to be the preferred option.

As well as drinks, Stone Age offers shisha, which is remains ever-popular in town. For sports fans, the pub contains plenty of screens that broadcast local and foreign football games on weekends. And for music lovers, you will definitely want to pay a visit on the nights when they host local bands.

There is some fine local talent and the atmosphere that is generated inside the cozy establishment on Friday nights is something unique to the town – just be sure to get there early to get a decent spot.

Stone Age pub
Where: 9 Watkins Street, Laiki Yitonia, Larnaca
Contact:: 24 624526, [email protected]

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