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Bars & Restaurants in Pollensa, Majorca Where to eat and drink. For great reviews and comments on bars, cafes and restaurants. Do give locations if possible.

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Hi my sons were wondering what bars/nightclubs are open late as us old fogies of parents will retire a little earlier then they will want to xxx
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Buddabar, Chivas, Makasaar, Nostalgia, O'Haras and i think Tukays is re-opening soon if it has not already .
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Hi my sons were wondering what bars/nightclubs are open late as us old fogies of parents will retire a little earlier then they will want to xxx
It's a few years since I was in PP but I don't recall any nightclubs as such. I would imagine some of the bars around the square stay open late. They may be better off getting a taxi into Port Alcudia and back, though worth checking this out As it's a long walk back if taxis are not available in the early hours!

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No need to go to Alcudia ...... That's the view of my 18 year old so it's not just the old foggie talking

Plenty going on around oharas and also do try the Bar Batacuda ..... IMO raffia makes the best G&T and Mojito in the port ...... Also has a darts board and pool table ......... Daughter and her friends recon they have a better night in there than they do in they do in Chivas ......
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Would re-iterate no need to go to Alcudia, plenty going on in PP.
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I suppose it depends on the expectations of the OP's sons. I agree that there is plenty going on in PP into early hours but it isnt night club, dance, hip hop, ragga, Pasha, ministry of sound type place by any stretch!

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[QUOTE=URI;73863]I suppose it depends on the expectations of the OP's sons. I agree that there is plenty going on in PP into early hours but it isnt night club, dance, hip hop, ragga, Pasha, ministry of sound type place by any stretch![/QUOTE


Thank goodness for that

My three have been going since they were six and eight years old (now 30 and 32) and in their teenage years used to go to Alcudia for nights out occasionally. Best of both worlds as there are some great nightclubs/bars in Alcudia but only a taxi ride back to unspoilt PP.
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could anyone give directions to Bar Batacuda and buddabar please as they sound worth a visit! I am terrible with directions so any help is appreciated. Coming over in a week so hope the weather is as good as ever.
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could anyone give directions to Bar Batacuda and buddabar please as they sound worth a visit! I am terrible with directions so any help is appreciated. Coming over in a week so hope the weather is as good as ever.
Bar Batucada is next door to Retaurant Naciente (see directions here http://www.forum.puertopollensa.com/...irections.html) and Buddabar is in Temple Fielding opposite the carpark, turn up the road that runs beside The Torre Playa (Sail and Surf) .
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No need to go to Alcudia ...... That's the view of my 18 year old so it's not just the old foggie talking

Plenty going on around oharas and also do try the Bar Batacuda ..... IMO raffia makes the best G&T and Mojito in the port ...... Also has a darts board and pool table ......... Daughter and her friends recon they have a better night in there than they do in they do in Chivas ......
... I suppose he's always been a bit of a 'Basket case"!
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thanks sparky, looking forwad to trying them out.
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Interested to hear about Buddha. We stayed near it last year and lots of the local people were really upset about it and were protesting to the local council. I thought it might not be operating in the same way - I have to say that it is a lovely bar but if you are trying to get to sleep it is a nightmare!
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