Notes: Museum of Warsaw
Reopened (and re-branded) at the end of May, the Museum of Warsaw (formerly the Museum of the History of Warsaw), might have made a quieter splash than other recent-ish openings – for instance, Polin or the Chopin Museum – the early signs suggest that it’s long-term impact will be... Read more
The Insider Food Diary
It’s been a busy few weeks for Warsaw, ergo it’s been a busy few weeks for the Insider: new venues, second looks, old timers and return visits – we’ve packed in the lot the last few weeks, with the highlights being thus… Warszawski Sznyt: wow. You feel so close... Read more
Dali v Warhol
Opened in April, and set to run until October 7th, the idea of bringing together the works of Salvador Dali and Andy Warhol to form one exhibition sounds too good to be true – and so it proves. That the pair are among the most iconic and influential artists... Read more
Vodka Fest
The first Polish Vodka & Snack Festival kicked-off on Friday in fine style with a bumper crowd enjoying the finest vodkas, liqueurs and meads around inside the atmospheric confines of the Tsarist-era Forteca building. Thought to be the very first festival of its kind in the world, the two-day... Read more
Spirit of Tel Aviv
Seven years after opening on what was – at the time – a decrepit-looking side street, the news that Tel Aviv have been awarded a V-Label has been seen as further confirmation of all the good that they have done. Originally launched as a casual bistro, Tel Aviv have... Read more
Notes: Winosfera

Notes: Winosfera

Blog 16 May 2017 0

Opened four years back Winosfera have, over the course of time, become a firm Chłodna fixture – the kind of place that makes the street feel a little more complete. More than ‘just another wine bar’, it’s a place that’s encapsulated the street’s newly-found swagger. The Place: as beautiful... Read more
Notes: BrewDog

Notes: BrewDog

Blog 3 May 2017 0

BrewDog don’t get everything right: at one stage last year, it seemed like they were upping their prices every other weekend. But while it’s true it’s not the cheapest pint in Warsaw, there’s a feel good factor here that manifests itself inside interiors that rock and beers that go... Read more
Cinderella in Warsaw!
Announcing itself in a burst of splendid seasonal color, for the past two years the tiny ‘Gablotka’ gallery on Marszałkowska 41 has been cheering up Warsaw with its witty style. Found inside a small glass case once used by a local cobbler to display his work, it’s a surefire... Read more
Nocny Market Returns!
Back after a well deserved winter snooze, the award-winning Nocny Market returns this weekend looking to capitalize further on its success last year. Set on the platform of a disintegrating train station, the smash hit of summer 2016 achieved the impossible in diverting people away from the permissive pleasures... Read more
Exhibition: Witness
With the anniversary of the Jewish Ghetto Uprising just days away, a powerful open-air exhibition has opened outside Polin, the Museum of the History of Polish Jews. Titled Witness, the exhibition is comprised of photographs and accompanying quotes taken from two Holocaust education programs: The March of the Living... Read more

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