Best beach clubs, restaurants and bars in Mykonos
Mykonos is the Greek island most famous for its vibrant nightlife. From trendy dinners to beach parties, there is something for everyone!
Here is a selection of the best restaurants, beach clubs and bars to go to in the coming summer 2023.
10 of the best beach clubs, restaurants and bars in Mykonos 2023
Nammos is perhaps the most famous beach club in Mykonos and one of the most exclusive and luxurious in the world. This is due to the combination of stunning beachfront location, vibrant atmosphere, gourmet dining, and high-end services.
Situated one of the best beaches of Mykonos, Psarou Beach, Nammos provides a luxurious beach experience during the day. During the night, it hosts various parties and events, featuring renowned DJs, live performances, and entertainment acts. The club has a reputation for hosting celebrities, affluent individuals, and influential personalities.
Another popular beach club, Super Paradise Beach Club, on Super Paradise Beach, is known for the vibrant party atmosphere, stunning beachfront setting, and lively events. The club is particularly popular for its daytime beach parties, with DJ performances and music, with a focus on electronic dance music (EDM), house music, and popular hits. The beach club has a restaurant and bar where visitors can enjoy a variety of food and drink options.
Scorpios is a beach club next to the fantastic Paraga beach. Guests can enjoy great beach service as well as a restaurant with a bar and a boutique. It is a very pleasant place, with an elegant atmosphere that does not, however, limit the fun. Prices a bit high, but worth a try!
This is a great waterfront venue in the quaint Little Venice area. Scarpa Mykonos is the place to sip cocktails, watch with a view of Mykonos’ famous mills, and listen to good music. As the hottest cocktail bar on the island, it can be very crowded, but it’s worth it. And now it is fully renovated.
Let’s stay in Little Venice to discover Coconut Mykonos, a new seafront bistro. Here you can find tasty, healthy, even vegan friendly dishes. If you are on a diet and want to enjoy food without fear of excess sugar or calories, Coconut is the perfect restaurant-bar.
If you are looking for the best sushi in Mykonos, go to Chora, to Koursaros Restaurant. Open for more than 20 years, the restaurant does not disappoint its guests thanks to thoughtful cuisine, based on the catch of the day, and a charming location.
Love fish but want something more than Japanese sushi? An alternative is Hippie Fish. On the beach Of Agios Ioannis, this is a “multi space beach restaurant” where you can find tasty dishes, inspired by Mediterranean products but winking at international cuisines. And then, after dinner, why not head to the bar and explore the art of Mixology while watching the sea view?
Nōema is a contemporary Greek restaurant/bar, the place to explore local cuisine of Mykonos in a fancy way. Here you can sample raw meze of seasoned red snapper with fennel and lemon oil, or unique dishes such as roasted pork ribs with cinnamon and anise. What you can order depends on what was caught or found that day. In addition, the restaurant also houses a shop, inside a typical Mykonian residence, where you can find local products.
Tasos Traditional Taverna
Tasos Taverna is the best place in Mykonos to experience dining in a Greek taverna. In fact, this is one of the most traditional taverns in Mykonos. Located on Paraga Beach, Tasos offers you simple, traditional Greek cuisine, an excellent wine list, and a friendly, informal atmosphere.
If you are tired of the usual restaurants and beach clubs, go to Lío.
Lío Mykonos describes itself as “an enchanting and sensual, yet modern interpretation of a cabaret show.” You will be able to watch shows featuring international singers, dancers, acrobats and performers. What’s special is that the staff also participates in these performances! The result is a particularly engaging form of entertainment. Plus, you can sample tasty Mediterranean-inspired dishes.
Status: Opening 1st June