Noce i Dnie

Noce i Dnie

BlogInsider News 13 February 2017 1

As far back as last summer seems, it’s not so distant as to render memories forgotten. Particularly lucid are recollections of the Nocny Market, the undisputed smash of the season. Set on the platform of a disintegrating train station, it was more than just an ultra cool street food... Read more
Notes: Lazy Dog

Notes: Lazy Dog

Blog 11 February 2017 0

While Lazy Dog isn’t exactly new, it does feel like it’s turned over a new leaf – what was a good cocktail bar, it seems, has grown to become a very good one. Split into two sections, Lazy Dog has a large sunny main room, and then a small... Read more
Notes: Solec 44

Notes: Solec 44

Blog 10 February 2017 0

Solec 44 does nothing if not challenge gastronomic norms. Found on the upper floor of a shabby Communist pavilion, the versatility of this place makes it great to hang out with friends over beer and board games: it’s not often you find faces from the TV in the same... Read more
Nolita (Again!)

Nolita (Again!)

Blog 7 February 2017 0

There are a couple of restaurants in Warsaw that can boast more accolades than Nolita; there’s also some with higher profiles and others with longer waiting lists. But do Nolita feel inadequate? Do they even care? Not a chance. That’s because their consolation is a growing acceptance among foodies,... Read more
Notes: Piękna Mery

Notes: Piękna Mery

Blog 2 February 2017 0

Now under new ownership, Piękna Mery are deep in the process of securing cult status. Half submerged below street level, find a series of individualistic rooms lit with twinkling fairy lights and sprinkled with cool retro touches. High on atmosphere, the general ambiance is buoyed by four taps and... Read more
Joseph’s Bistro & Wine

Joseph’s Bistro & Wine

Blog 16 January 2017 0

Nudging the Muranów district from its culinary coma is Joseph’s, a relaxed restaurant that’s spacious and smooth on the eye. A familiar sighting on Polish TV, the Botswanan-born Joseph Seeletso demonstrates a new found maturity with food that’s tailor-made for modern times: “I’ve grown up a lot,” says the... Read more
Living With Warsaw
First-time filmmaker Jonathan L. Ramsey makes his directorial debut with the release of Living With Warsaw, a 40-minute documentary about the lives of expat men. Having already premiered to much acclaim at the Festiwal Form Dokumentalnych NURT in Kielce, the film will begin at 6 on the dot with... Read more
Salto

Salto

Blog 1 January 2017 1

Fine dining gets a South American makeover thanks to Martin Gimenez Castro, a native Argentinean who has emerged as one of the most influential chefs in latter day Poland. While some critics grumble that the top end of Warsaw’s gastronomic scene has flat-lined a little, Salto continues to push... Read more
The Christmas Spire!
The spirit of Christmas has touched down on Pl. Europejski with Warsaw’s newest urban square presenting a dizzy headrush of cascading colors and glimmering illuminations. Thick with the festive scent of mulled wine and seasonal food, Pl. Europejski’s Christmas contribution goes further to include an ice rink and a... Read more
Coming Soon…
Warsaw’s evolving skyline is primed to see more changes with one skyscraper slated for demolition, and a taller replacement planned in the pipeline. Completed in 1997, the Ilmet Tower on Rondo ONZ is soon to be no more. In its place will rise the 188-meter Warsaw One project designed... Read more

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