Börsi's striking red sign hangs outside a row of ancient buildings in one of Tallinn's prettiest medieval streets. Despite the setting, you will forget about your Hanseatic environment as soon as you step inside the club: an intimate cellar space with a small bar and warm staff.
After an inexpensive entrance fee, the house approach is to hit customers with double service: a personal hostess will join your group to chat and squeeze out drinks for herself as well as you, while you watch the dancing and leave tips. However, the extortion is done with politeness and good humour, rather than hard sell. Most of the dancers and staff are Russian.