Exploring local Food in Tinos? Add Athmar Tinos to your visiting list in Pyrgos Village before you try anything else! Pyrgos Village, the largest village in Tinos and one of the most famous in the Cyclades, is the birthplace of many eminent artists like Gianoulis Chalepas whose house is a Museum, Nikiforos and Nikolaos Lytras and many others.
Walking through the narrow streets, you can feel the dominant presence of marble and breath the air of sculpture. Pyrgos Square, featuring an old plane tree and its traditional marble fountain, is exceptionally unique in the sense of allowing you to take a trip back in time and dive into another era that you thought to exist only in a film-making setting. Athmar, ideally located at the top of the Pyrgos square, offering a unique view of the plane tree, is a place that you must definately visit if you are in the search of local gastronomy and culture.
A name trully inspired by nature itself! Thyme, also known as “Athmar” in the local dialect, is an unescapable scent to be felt all over the island.For us in Athmar Tinos, it serves both as an everlasting source of inspiration and a grounding wire to our traditional routes and guides us to creating plates and drinks based on traditional Tinian products.Athmar Tinos, an all-day bistro located in the main square of Pyrgos village (Platanos), gracefully balances contemporary and traditional food elements and awaits the challenge of demanding foodies. However small, it remains both cosy and friendly, and always has a spare table for you to sit and relax, either in the sun or the shade, and taste new flavors intended to to make you Feel Like a local!