You can totally find yourself at On The Road on a crazy fun Saturday evening or a lazy Sunday morning. It can be both. If you end up drinking lots of beer till late at night, just go home for a sleep break and come back in the morning to cure your hangover, with the sea breeze and some tea which, since they collaborate with The Tea Route (check the Tea Route article), is pretty great and you’ll get it served in the awesome cast iron teapots and tea cups.
Quite different from the other, trendy seaside cafes and bars, On The Road reminds me of a ship on shore, with rock and alternative music blasting from its windows, while you gaze at the sea 15 meters away from you.
Honestly I don’t know why, but I prefer to visit it on rainy, foggy mornings. Probably because they match perfectly with the indoors by the window seat, which I love even more than the outdoor area.