Early-90’s American-rock nostalgia is the brick-and-mortar of Nevermind, a bar whose name pays unabashed homage to music legacy Kurt Cobain’s groundbreaking grunge album.
Located just blocks from the city’s most grating, touristy quarters, Nevermind manages to attract plenty of natives, ensuring that your evening will exceed the otherwise-encroaching sensation that your life has come to nothing but slogging booze with Aussies and Brits on holiday. Instead, enjoy the sweet relief of the bar’s specialty mojitos while the barkeep happily fires-up absinthe shots for incautious drinkers.
To call Nevermind’s atmosphere friendly is an understatement: Any scene comprised of surfers, skaters, snowboarders and other stereotypically-chill outdoor enthusiasts guarantees welcoming company and fast (at least for the night) friends. With graffiti-style murals propping up the walls, all-spectrum ambient lighting and happy and relaxed bar flies everywhere you look, Nevermind is the place to begin and end your evening.