We’re back in the railway station district! Just down the hill from Keulė Rūkė (check the Keule Ruke article) there’s Turgus bar. A place you’d expect to find in a railway station district: the interior decor was obviously done on a tight budget, but somehow they made it work. The place is rather hipster, very simple, very honest. Turgus bar is the kind of bar where you’d stay up all night chatting with the bartender, because the staff is simply amazing. They don’t just serve you drinks and food, they ask how you are doing and they mean it.
They serve a variety of beers and other spirits and they also serve some damn good kebabs. Those are rather pricey, but for those who are looking for something different and unique – they’re definitely a must try. They use lamb meat, a bunch of different herbs and veggies to create their signature kebabs. They might seem a bit exotic for some, but most of my friends go nuts over them.
Turgus bar is also a place for some good music and sports nights. It is never empty and is opened until late at night. A great place to stop for a drink or two…or for the whole evening.