Notes: Craft Beer Muranow
The Place: it’s been a long time coming, but Muranow is finally showing signs of stirring from its social slumber. Set inside one of the Stalinist blocks that define the area, CBM spreads itself out over two levels. Design-wise, there’s little in the way of unique personality traits: instead... Read more
Notes: Legia Museum

Notes: Legia Museum

Blog 10 August 2017 0

First opened in 2006 as part of celebrations to mark Legia’s 90th birthday, this museum is a welcome distraction should you find yourself in the vicinity on a non-match day. Set underneath the Zyleta stand (where the team’s hardcore support traditionally gather), points of interest include the expected bank... Read more
July: Food Diary

July: Food Diary

Blog 31 July 2017 0

At Zielnik the Insider did the impossible – roar through a nine-course challenge… and enjoy it! Holding the key to all this was a dinosaur portion of ribs and a hefty entrecote. Zbigz Eats combines the talents of a young Texas-raised chef with the glories of the Raduga craft... Read more
Notes: Meat Warsaw

Notes: Meat Warsaw

Blog 17 July 2017 0

Warsaw might have the fastest growing vegan scene in the world, but that doesn’t mean it’s likely to ever lose its appetite for cleavered slabs of pig and cow – at least, not while Tomasz Tomaszek is lurking about. Best-known for launching Pogromcy Meatów, his latest project sees a... Read more
Keret House Open Days
“I saw a gap between a pre-war tenement and a 70s co-op block,” says architect Jakub Szczęsny, “and thought it was a fantastic representation of the Frankenstein nature of Warsaw. Well, I wanted to fill that space, to make those two buildings communicate and relate to each other. How?... Read more
Notes: YakoTako

Notes: YakoTako

Blog 10 July 2017 0

The tastes of Asia and the Orient are growing increasingly prominent in Warsaw, and not just the posh stuff, but the kind of food you’d actively seek out in a back alley market on a backpacking jaunt. Recently, the spotlight has focused on Japan: first, on Sato Gotuje, and... Read more
Notes From Powiśle

Notes From Powiśle

Blog 30 June 2017 0

While Powiśle was once the bubbling epicenter of Warsaw’s flirtation with full-bearded hipsterdom, today the area has moved forward, gentrified and matured. This new, cultivated mentality is especially pronounced on Rozbrat, a highly aspirational street in the process of being infilled with smart brasseries and bistros. First, on any... Read more
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

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