An authentic Italian aperitivo bar came to Kolonaki Square and brought an Italian flair in the town. Dry is ideal for those of you who love the Italian culture and truly introduces you to the rhythms of the neighbouring country.
Its space is small but very elegant, with artworks that are not pretentious but compose a warm and friendly atmosphere. Outside on the sidewalk, the small tables inspire those who want to enjoy a coffee or a bite to eat with their wine watching the people go by.
You can visit it early in the morning and enjoy breakfast with great coffee that will take you on a mental journey to the Piazza del Duomo in Milan, while it is also ideal for a lunch break or your aperitivo after work. The menu is small but excellent, with the dry salad (mixed salad with goat cheese on bruschetta, cold cuts and Dry sauce), Gorgonzola pizza (mozzarella, gorgonzola, prosciutto and truffle oil) and the risotto with porcini mushrooms making us want more. The soup of the day is undoubtedly an ideal start to your meal.
Apart from the food that has been further enriched, here we find a great wine list that honours the Greek and Italian vineyards. Among the white wines we stood out the Pinot Grigio La Tunella that is difficult to find in Athens and the popular Vermentino Antinori. Quite impressive is the red Chianti, while you will find many choices in rose and sparkling wines. The fact that most of the options are offered by the glass is an asset.Of course, its cocktails -with the famous Aperol Spritz being a best seller- are a must.