Although Woodstock does not have a whole lot to do with the fabled summer of love held on American farm land back in 1969, the natives here are quite friendly and into 'the rock' as it were. It is after all a dive-bar where the atmosphere is relaxed and the food hearty and inexpensive. On weekend evenings, head downstairs to Rockstars for some live music or some head-banging-good rock presented by long-haired DJs dressed in the traditional black. If girls in tight jeans who drink 'Jäger' are your thing, this is the place to be.


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  • Yes, Woodstock can be intimidating but the bar shouldn't be faulted for the local neighborhood. It's one of my favorite bars in the world! Where else can you see a Swedish honky-tonk group in the basement, hang out with Russian sailors at the bar over a beer and a shot for less than $5, then drop in on a pick up game with teenage Eesti chessmasters while listening to original Lennon vinyls over the PA system? Well worth a visit. Again, from a guy who knows bars all over the world, Woodstock is amongst the best!
  • I second that Zoran! Not a friendly neighbourhood at all!! There are Racists out there, foreigners beware!!
  • Quite interesting place, I came to visit it with my friends and "friendly natives" attacked us cause we are foreigners! So, actually we didn't have an opportunity to enter, they almost kick our ass, insulting us, throwing thing at us! I wouldn't recommend this place to anyone and the owner(s) should ask them selves what kind of Nazi crew is hanging there!!Cheers, Kizo


Open 12:00 - 06:00.


Tatari 6


(+372) 660 49 15



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