A magic door on Pikk
street

NOKU

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Why locals love it

Once a closed club for the local art and culture crowd Club NoKu has recently opened its doors to the (well-informed) public as well. Short for Noorte Kultuuriklubi (Youth Culture Club), it still attracts people from the more creative fields of life to enjoy the bohemian atmosphere and hold intellectually challenging conversations.

Why you should visit it

Although more on the cheap side, NoKu definitely isn't a place for everyone. It takes a special kind of person to match the regulars and blend into the mix of creative attitudes and philosophical discussions. Other than that it's a chilled out and non-pretentious environment for lunch and dinner as well as late night drinks or even a wild party.

Special tip

There is no sign anywhere so look for the colourful door on Pikk street and head upstairs.

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3 Comments

Definitely exists
An Inactive User
Local
October 1, 2018
No longer exists
Marlene
Traveller
September 18, 2018
No longer exists?
Bogusia
Traveller
March 22, 2016

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