The Oldest Traditional Greek Cafe, in Pelio

Traditional Greek cafes, mainly found in the small villages of Greece’ s mainland, are a meeting place for local people. You rarely see women in these cafes though, unless they are visitors. 
Men meet up, drink their coffees or ouzo and tsipouro, eat mezes, play cards games, talk and argue about politics and football while smoking and laughing.
Photo by perierga
In the village of Lafkos, in Pelio there is the oldest traditional Greek cafe in Greece, Forlida’s Cafe. It was established in 1785. On the woodstove placed in the middle of the room,  chestnuts are roasted during the cold winter months for the locals and the visitors.

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