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Members of Soho House will be thrilled to learn that Scorpios has joined the group– though it has (thankfully) remained largely unchanged since its purchase. The venue is located on Paraga beach and is regular haunt for celebrities in Mykonos, and you’ll find them taking part in yoga classes, sipping on world-class cocktails or joining the bohemian revolution through sacred music rituals. Scorpios is one of the most exclusive restaurants and beach clubs in Mykonos, so reservations should be made as far in advance as possible.

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If we had to choose four words to describe the food at Scorpios, they would be: organic, local, gourmet and vegetarian. Created by Alexis Zopas, the menu focusses on carefully sourced, holistic cuisine. The simple yet refined dishes are infused with Greek provenance. Stand out dishes include wood fired tiger prawns, the lobster linguine and the whole roasted leg of lamb for three people. They also have an impressive list of signature cocktails.

From cabanas to sunbeds, Scorpios has a whole host of lounge areas to book – and the earlier you do so the better. The Scorpios Bazaar is also worth a visit for handcrafted souvenirs and artisanal garments.

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