A quirky old beer bar in the old town that claims to be Estonia’s very first pub. Rather big with plenty of large tables and comfortable seating. Twelve beers on tap but not much of note. Around 75 bottles, mainly English, but surprisingly little local brews. Great service and good wifi. A nice place for a beer and there are a few ticks for everyone, but there are much better bars in Tallinn.
I have no idea why people rate this place so low. We were just there on a rainy afternoon and found it to be as good as any place we’ve seen on the Baltic. OK, they don’t have 50 good beers on the list, but they have 25-30 and do you really need more than that? Their in house brew was good and they had a couple brilliant To Ol choices and some stuff from Gotland that was excellent. It had a nice cool feel to it and while we didn’t have any food, other tables had some good looking options. Service was fast and friendly enough and English was no problem. This place is solid and well deserving of your attendance!
A nice enough place with a student bar feel, very busy on a Saturday night. Very very noisy. The bartender seemed friendly but the waitress was harried & a bit curt. The selection seems good for Tallinn but still just mostly British & Belgians with a scattering of Mikkeller and Finnish beers. Prices slightly higher than Drink Baar but possibly a wider selection. The food was good, huge portions and pretty low prices. I’ll come back but earlier in the day when it isn’t so crowded & noisy.
One of my favorite beer places in Tallinn with a cool, tree shaded beer garden outside and a large interior for cold days. The pub had a nice selection of draft beer, though mostly foreign - Sillamäe Õlletemas München Vaskne and their own Hell Hunt house beers, brewed at Viru Õlu, being the exceptions. They also had a good bottled beer selection, with more Estonian beers but still mainly foreign (Belgian, German, English, Czech). The service was good, the food tasty and I really enjoyed sitting in the cool shade of the beer garden. Visited on 2013-06-29.
A bar/bar-restaurant in the old town which serves (in addition to normal stuff) a couple of brews brewed especially for them (not on site though). The place is somewhat big, with a good sized patio across the street. The food is ok, with both bar sandwitches/burgers/snacks and main courses served. The beer selection is decent and not that expensive. Service quietly friendly, although it can be slow at times.
Hell Hunt is a comfy bar/restaurant in the centre of the old town. The food is hearty and affordable. The beer selection encompasses own brews (Hell Hunt) as well as foreign beers in tap and bottle. Nice place and well worth visiting.