Dharma, the new all-day cafe-bar on Tsakalof Street, the liveliest pedestrian street in Kolonaki, features all those characteristics of your new hangout. A hangout with flavours, colours, quality and music that will add to your days and nights in the city.
But what does Dharma stand for? Its name "travels" us to India and refers to the "freedom of spirit" that will turn your moments here to unforgettable experiences.
Outside, there are tables and stands, while going inside the impressive antiques that decorate the space will catch your eye.
At Dharma, your day starts with quality coffee (TAF), which is prepared by the coffee expert Giorgos Kontos, and continues with thought-out cocktails from an excellent list, created by Panos Michaelidis and Dimitris Kraskas (we highly recommend the Dharma Zombie and The Monk).
Dharma’s bar can satisfy any mood, with most of the spirits being premium labels, while its finger food list will give you the opportunity to order the perfect match for your drink. You will find unique suggestions, such as Villagio bread with mozzarela, cherry tomatoes, basil oil and salt flower, and mini brioche with cuttlefish ink, smoked salmon, basil pesto and capers.