Warmut

Warmut

Going Out 27 October 2018 0

Set in the Commie era No Man’s Land between Zbawiciela and Konstytucji, it’s become one of the hottest nights in town. On the ground floor, find Warmut, a vermouth-inspired cocktail bar featuring classic and house creations, and a spectacular design involving street art, greenery and mirrored walls. But the... Read more
Welcome To The Fun House!
It’s not often that it happens, but every now and again you get a place that takes Warsaw’s nightlife in unexpected directions: for example, Nocny Market, a food and drinks concept in an abandoned train station – it sent the city crazy. Closed for good in October, its ultimate... Read more
Beer Festival Cheat Sheet!
Survive the toughest three days your liver stands to face with these inside tips from the Warsaw Beer Festival’s co-founder, Paweł Leszczyński… Thursday That’s beer geek day! It’s for those that are ready to take time off work to be the first to try the new beers. With everyone... Read more
Nowa Fala

Nowa Fala

Going Out 15 October 2018 0

Attached to the uber funky Kino Elektronik, Nowa Fala has become something of a cult name among coffee fiends since opening late last year. Owned by the same team behind Fawory, find homemade cakes, hipster colas and fresh-on-the-day sandwiches served inside a super cool minimalist interior. The principal draw... Read more
Review: Ceviche Bar
Meet The Man Less guarded than his European counterparts, there’s an openness to Argentinean chef Martin Gimenez Castro that manifests itself in his cooking: though primarily known for his groundbreaking fine dining restaurant Salto, it’s in the Ceviche Bar that his character truly escapes. More than just a side... Read more
Nocny Market: The End
So it ends. Three years after reshaping the way Warsaw eats and meets, Nocny Market will be opening for one last hurrah this weekend before making way for the builders. Housed for the last few summers on the disintegrating platforms of Warszawa Głowna, a long overdue plan to revamp... Read more
Cafe Próżna

Cafe Próżna

Going Out 3 October 2018 0

Just about the cutest café for miles, Próżna has survived the rapid gentrification of this street to become something of a spiritual anchor for the area as a whole. Tight, narrow and with an arty, almost Krakowian spirit, it’s a place of invigorating soups, homemade cakes, aromatic teas and... Read more
Notes: Yache Korea

Notes: Yache Korea

Blog 29 September 2018 0

Though best known as Warsaw’s principal source of craft beer, Nowogrodzka is starting to show it’s more than just a one-trick pony. Helping the food angle along is this newbie, a tiny Korean joint with an even smaller menu. So far so good, with the bulgogi arguably being the... Read more
Nowina: A Family Affair
Taking girl power to the next level, two sisters have set about shaking Warsaw’s wine scene… It takes passion and commitment for a business to thrive; double the dose and great things can happen. Take Nowina, a project co-founded by two sisters, Paulina and Stefania. Bonded by more than... Read more
Drugie Dno Ochota

Drugie Dno Ochota

Going Out 15 September 2018 0

Buoyed by the success of their Nowogrodzka venture, the team behind The Double D expand outwards towards Ochota with a new venture that follows much the same spirit as the original: a funky neo-industrial interior, experimental beers and a crowd that feels a little more mixed and diverse than... Read more