Party over dinner

Madeline Blount
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There are clubs in Cyprus, but the dance scene involves a lot of well-dressed people standing around against the wall. The real parties in Cyprus start over long dinners, sometimes with an age range of babies to grandparents, and buckets of flowing wine and stronger spirits (zivania in Greek, like raki in Turkish, is a magic clear firewater that you need only sips of). This meal won't get started until 9 p.m. The end of a dinner like this might get everyone dancing on the tables until morning, or the crowd could head to a music bar, where reggae and jazz accompany more alcohol. Skip the clubs; the real parties are elsewhere!


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