Main courses for all the restaurants listed run about 8€ to 20€; hours are generally from 9am to 3pm and 6pm to midnight.

The local specialty, matsata, is made with fresh pasta and rabbit or chicken. The best place to sample it is Mimi's, in Ano Meria (tel. 22860/41-377), where the pasta is made on the premises. Look for two other restaurants in Ano Meria: Sinandisi (tel. 22860/41-208), also known as Maria's, which has good matsata and swordfish (take the bus to the Ayios Andreas stop); and Barbakosta (tel. 22860/41-436), a tiny room that serves triple duty as bar, taverna, and minimarket (the bus stop has no name, so ask the driver to alert you).

Hora has a number of tavernas, whose tables spill onto and partially fill the central squares. At the bus-stop square, Pounda (tel. 22860/41-063) serves a delicious breakfast of crepes, omelets, yogurt, or coffee cake; lunch and dinner, including vegetarian dishes, are also available. Silk (tel. 22860/41-515), on the piatsa (third) square, offers delicious variations on taverna fare, including numerous vegetarian options. Piatsa (tel. 22860/41-274), also on the third square, is a simple taverna with tasty food. O Kritikos (tel. 22860/41-219) is another local favorite, known for its grilled chicken. After dinner, if you want some nightlife, you'll find some bars and discos sprouting on the outskirts of the Kastro; Greco Café Bar, Kolpo, Aquarius, and Ba-Raki were popular in recent years.


Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.