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Book a party at Christakis

Go Greek for a celebration of epic proportions

Published on February 3rd 2011.

Book a party at Christakis

It's the mark of a good party when something gets set on fire, somebody gets semi-naked on the dance floor, and people start smashing crockery out of sheer, uncontained joy.

As the night progresses, expect belly dancers, plate smashing, Greek dancing, and a burning dance floor.

You get this all at Christakis, and a Greek galleon load of top food as well. Hold a party there and you're guaranteed a rollicking time.

The night will begin sedately enough as you settle down to enjoy mezze and classic Greek dishes such as kleftiko, kalamari and mussaka. They do fish, meat and vegetarian banquets that include more food than you could possibly ever eat. If you can squeeze in dessert you've got paclava and chocolatina to tempt you amongst other sweet treats.

The food is cheap but lovely, yet it's the atmosphere in Christakis that makes it 'unique'. The good-time vibe is partly down to the ever-flowing retsina wine, and partly down to the live entertainment.

As the night progresses, expect belly dancers, plate smashing, Greek dancing, and a burning dance floor. It's ideal for hen or stag nights, let-it-all-out nights with colleagues, big birthday bashes, or even weddings. Big Fat Greek ones, of course.

Christakis is a huge place – there's three floors of it so there's lots of room for private parties on any night of the week.

Just call them on 0151 708 7377 and they'll talk you through your options.

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