Selini is the Greek word for moon. It is a winehouse in the Bit Bazaar quarter. Bit Bazaar is crowded with live music taverns, which I personally am not really into. Selini is located at the southern part of Bit Bazaar. It is the coziest tavern in the neighborhood.
In summertime, the little yard with its unique decoration presents you with a great setting. In wintertime, the interior offers a DIY approach with everyday objects used for decoration, like the metal colander that doubles as a lamp shade.
The so-called mezedes (plural of mezes), fingerfood and cold dishes, are delicious, traditional and ideal to accompany your wine, or tsipouro. Its low prices and pleasant music make it the perfect place for a chit chat and fine wine. From time to time, live sessions of rembetika music give another dimension to the place.
Selini is a friendly and cozy space that offers tasty wine and food and I always feel comfortable there. At the beginning of your night out, you should try Selini to taste mezedes like the haloumi, or the meatballs, and then go on partying, even without leaving Bit Bazaar since most taverns close at 02:00.