Venti is a new club/restaurant in the bohemian neighborhood of Psyrri, in the centre of Athens, which promises great entertainment. Twenty different variations of margarita cocktail are served after dinner, including cinnamon, mango, coronita with beer and ginger cucumber, to name a few. The nights continue with different vibrant music every evening; jazz, Latin, funk, soul, disco, new wave and rock are some of the types of music on offer. The locale is situated in a garden, with palm and olive trees, a glass roof and modern decor in light colors.
Venti interior — Photo courtesy of Venti
The menu includes salads with grilled chicken and ginger, shrimp pie with mango sauce, grilled salmon with sage, risotto with mushrooms and luscious chocolate pie with ice cream. Selected Greek wines accompany your meal.
Events are lively and interesting, with piano and guitar music playing salsa, mambo, reggaeton, meringue, jazz, Brazilian music, bossa nova, samba, baiao, axe and forro with creative improvisation. Popular DJs and evenings dedicated to contemporary Greek music make for lively entertainment in this trendy club.
Sunday is dedicated to live Greek music with a live orchestra and singers, and the club opens earlier, at 6 p.m. instead of 9. The menu also adapts to the atmosphere with tasty appetizers in traditional Greek style with a twist. On Latin evening guests can take dancing lessons in salsa and mambo given by the dancers themselves, before the show.