If my brain refuses to come up with any ideas on where to go for a drink and food I just take the best proven option and go to Hell Hunt. It often happens on Saturdays – Sundays between 15:00 – 17:00, when I need the first sweet sip of a beer and a decent portion of food.
I know that during this time the probability of finding a vacant sofa and popular weekly Eesti Express newspaper to read is high, so I grab all those tasty things, make myself comfortable and enjoy my quality time until the pub starts to get busy and noisy in the evening.
True, it’s a popular and busy place both for locals and tourists and sometimes it’s hard to get a table for big company, especially on Fridays and Saturdays, but this place is sound and it has a lively vibe. The walls of the back room are decorated with post-gothic images of pierced dummies and in the front room they have temporary exhibitions of independent photo/poster/print artists. The waitresses are cheerful and music is hip.
During all seasons, on warmer nights the area in front of Hell Hunt turns into a big chaotic, youthful, always cheerful, crowded meeting place.