Start your evening with a small glass of wine or cocktail and some fine snacks.
1. BAR PACYFIK
Hoża St 61
Very capturing, colourful and tasty options inspired by the Pacific regions – okonomiyaki French fries, totopos and spicy salsas or cauliflower in tempura. Additionally a wide range of drinks and non-pretentious atmosphere.
2. KOKO AND ROY
Wilcza St 43, www.kokoandroywarsaw.com
An American seasonal cuisine and a bar with interesting drinks. Worth trying here are snacks – devilled eggs and pretzels or weekend brunch set with mimosa and bloody mary.
3. PANI WINA
Wilcza St 11
One of the biggest revelations of the recent months – menu here changes every month and each meal is a culinary masterpiece. Wine and author’s cocktails.
4. BEZ TYTUŁU (BAR)
Poznańska St 16
Once inside head towards the stairs (the back of the restaurant) and go downstairs where there is a cocktail bar with tapas (chorizo, calamari). Bartenders will prepare something up to your taste.
Poznańska St 24
As we all well know pizza can save your life. With beer, wine or a drink it will make a perfect combo.
Nowogrodzka St 10, www.bibenda.pl
It’s already a classic: a restaurant as well as a bar. Sit at the counter, drink something good, eat a rich snack and move on.
Koszykowa St 1
Colourful drinks, colourful dishes, a bit Chinese, a bit Italian. Sometimes both. Let yourself be surprised.
8. CAFÉ MOZAIKA
Puławska St 53, www.restauracjamozaika.pl
You can try something from the oldfashioned Mozaika which offers traditional Polish tastes or choose the modern version and the Middle-Eastern cuisine. A wide range of alcoholic drinks – you choose which style you prefer.
Belwederska St 2, www.restauracjalotos.pl
Nostalgic and tradition – simple Polish tastes and alcohols. Don’t forget about them. And for those who want to drink some typical local flavours – around the corner, there is a bar with a wall full of sports stickers.
10. WODA OGNISTA
Wilcza St 8, www.wodaognista.com
Drop by and let yourself be surprised by a drink menu and snacks associated with the Warsaw tastes.
Photo: Aga Bilska and Filip Klimaszewski