Hangar is a place I ought to go to more often. It is another world, to say the least. As far as Florence bars go, Hangar is my favorite, because it is an anomaly. If I had to describe it in few words I’d say it’s a funky-kitsch kind of place with a part-time spiritual/ esoteric side. It opens at 21:30, so it is necessarily an after-dinner hangout.
The inside is filled with an electric assembly of objects that could each be a stand-out piece in a different bar. Put all together, they collide to make a dream-like space. On the bars off hours, the space holds events such as reiki-shares, meditation seminars and drumming circles. If you’re looking for live music, check out their Facebook page for upcoming concerts.
Two things to note: all costumers have to get a membership to the bar, at a cost of €3, but if you’re like me you’ll definitely want to keep coming back, which makes the membership worth it (especially since the drinks are pretty low-cost). Secondly, like any good Florentine spot, they close for the month of August—presumably to rest, rejuvenate, and perhaps party elsewhere for a change.