Located in the iconic Villaggio Towers, the three colourful buildings that can't be missed is the trendy-yet-casual bistro-meets-sports-bar AM&PM.
The menu has something for everyone. From things to nibble on to solid burgers, salads, steaks and fresh local fish and seafood. (The fish and chips come highly recommended by the way.)
Unlike most other sports bars, AM&PM have upped the game by bringing on a previous fine dining chef. Worried about prices? Don’t. The fancy Villaggio location won’t blow your budget. In fact, prices are more than fair. Try a solid portion of really good hash browns and eggs for breakfast for only Ghc 35 or a main course for about Ghc 65.
While neighbouring restaurant Santoku is for special occasions, and Skybar for nights out and about, AM&PM is a down-to-earth venue for a relaxed time out with friends or before a party. A good place to start the day, weekend or evening.
The time-bound name reflects the duality of the concept; breakfast during the morning and daytime and sports bar during the evening and nights. While AM hours brings the best of American-style breakfast like pumpkin spice pancakes, eggs in a basket and red velvet waffles, PM hours offers bar food such as burgers, ribs and chicken wings.
The black and white images of famous athletes like Muhammed Ali and Serena Williams adorn the walls and entrance, making it quite the popular spot for selfies and photo shoots. In fact, the black iron staircase with the artsy bike installation might very well be the most photographed staircase in Accra.
When the sun goes down, the vast amount of flat screen TVs come on and the music turns up. If anything is not to your liking, the smiling and service minded staff are always eager to help out.
Happy hour weekdays from 5pm-8pm.
DJ on deck on Fridays and Saturday nights from 10pm till 1.30am.