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
Beer Festival

Beer Festival

Blog 6 April 2017 0

From humble beginnings the biannual Warsaw Beer Festival has grown to become the biggest – and best organized – event of its type in the country. This time round, expect about 80 breweries from home and abroad to be dispensing new wave, knock-your-socks-off beer from approximately 350 taps. In... Read more
Food Trucks Return
Nearly 100 food trucks are expected to converge on the National Stadium this weekend as part of the eighth edition of Żarcia Na Kółkach. Officially signaling the start of the ‘food truck season’, highlights of this year’s event include an appearance and live cooking by Tomasz Jakubiak, a TV... Read more
Gallery of Steel Figures
If you’re anything like me, then the only thing you’ll know about Pruszków is its long-gone reputation as a mafia stronghold. Now, though, a new gallery is getting the town noticed for entirely more positive reasons… Allegedly inspired by Madama Tussauds, the gallery is the work of local artist... Read more
Notes: Artezan

Notes: Artezan

Blog 14 March 2017 0

With umpteen billion breweries to now choose from, a visit to the tap bar can be a little overwhelming. So it’s good to know that Browar Artezan aren’t just a failsafe, they’re regarded as pretty much the best in the business. So news last year that – after months... Read more
Notes: Youmiko

Notes: Youmiko

Blog 9 March 2017 0

When Youmiko opened their Warsaw op in February, 2016, it was to widespread acclaim. Everyone – no exception – loved it. Thing is, this is Warsaw: it doesn’t take long for restaurants to get comfortable and sit on their laurels. But it’s not what you do in the first... Read more
Women’s Day
Thousands of women hit the streets of Warsaw today as part of a nationwide series of parades to mark International Women’s Day. Last year the ruling PIS party hit the headlines after a proposal to ban abortion was met with outrage: the controversial idea was swiftly dropped after marches... Read more
Notes: Sokotra

Notes: Sokotra

Blog 7 March 2017 0

It says a lot for Warsaw’s developing taste buds that it can now support a successful Yemeni venture. Opened five or so years back, Sokotra has evolved into a neighborhood stalwart, the kind of place whose mere presence on the street feels welcome and assuring. Casting a warm, steamy... Read more

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