Craft beers are immensely popular in Warsaw, but there are not many places where a great choice on tap is combined with such a great atmosphere as Cuda na Kiju!
To our own surprise we just realized that our posts on vivawawa.com so far have been about clubs, coffee, bars and museums. Unacceptable of course when considering the infinite number of great (and affordable) restaurants in Warsaw and the time we seem to be spending in them! So, let’s start with: Bibenda
Not every building in Warsaw has been razed to the ground during WWII. The narrow Próżna street is the only street of the Jewish ghetto whose both sides survived the war. In one of the historic buildings, currently being renovated, you will find a tiny and cozy café named, surprisingly, Café Próżna.
It is winter in Warsaw, not yet that beautiful-white-snow-clear-sunny-sky kind of winter, but more that type of rainy-windy-boring-grey weather. The perfect setting to get into a taxi on a Saturday night and visit another one of Warsaw’s finest techno clubs, Nowa Jerozolima, located in down town center, next to the infamous Palace of Culture, in a deserted and worn out historic mansion.
Any day of the week, but especially on Friday and Saturday nights, Kita Koguta is your go-to place if you want to drink some of the most tasty, highest quality cocktails in Warsaw. These guys are good!
You have just moved to Warsaw and are wondering what this great city has to offer when it comes to fixing your healthy dose of deep house/techno club-life. Luckily Warsaw has a number of great clubs to visit! One of the places we ‘discovered’ rather quickly is 1500m2, a ‘centre for creative activities’.