Barka Wynurzenie
Drinking on the Wisła no longer means having to settle for mainstream beer served a notch above warm. Leading this (r)evolutionary process is Wynurzenie, a floating bar set on a canopied barge. Bounce across the gangplank to indulge in tap beers from Raduga and a Mexican menu that’s modest... Read more
The Taps

The Taps

Going Out 11 May 2017 0

No longer a niche movement, the opening of The Taps is another sign of the mainstream penetration that craft beer has made. Set on trendy Sienkieicza, find 16 taps and three floors of smart / faux-industrial drinking space. Full review soon. The Taps ul. Sienkiewicza 4 Read more
Dżungla

Dżungla

Restaurants 10 May 2017 0

Dżungla presents two Warsaw trends and unites them under one roof: craft beer and vegan food. They might sound like they make for odd bedfellows, but there’s nothing wrong with the results. Despite the panda motif and Asian-style wood-clad interior, the menu’s focus is wider than imagined and includes... 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
Warzą się Losy

Warzą się Losy

Going Out 24 April 2017 0

Oleandrów’s status as being at the center of Warsaw’s axis of hip has taken another step forward with the opening of Warzą. Decked out with the kind of wooden slats you’d find hanging off the walls of a recording studio (the prior owner was, so it’s said, a sound... Read more
Loco Mexicana

Loco Mexicana

Going Out 17 April 2017 0

Though their Polonized interpretation of Mexican food is bewildering, and at times even hilarious, Loco do at least stock a few decent beers. Twelve taps here serve a revolving choice of craft beers, and while the options aren’t anything radical, it’s a welcome find when in the depths of... 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
Kiełba w Gębie
Despite appearing as little more than a small unit in the midst of the general furore of Hala Koszyki, Kiełba w Gębie have done enough to lever themselves above their immediate neighbors. Thanks for that go to a menu filled with the kind of meaty snacks you yearn for... Read more
Ukryte

Ukryte

Going Out 22 March 2017 0

Found within an Old Town gatehouse, there’s a certain magic to the setting that fades a little on entry: a largely barren interior awaits, one rather simply comprised of dark colored walls and screechy wooden stools – without a crowd it feels bereft of soul and spirit. Persevere, because... 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

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