My top 3 beer bar in Poland. Very good choice on taps as well as bottles. Helpful and kind bartenders. Very nice beer-themed interior. The only disadvantage is a to much peaple on bar :). Saw the same beers cheaper in other bars in Poland. Overall - great bar!
One of the best places in Kraków. Vast variety of beers either from local breweries or foreign ones. You can even get some Aussie ones! Cool and friendly staff will always help you to pick the best taste for you. Oh - you can actually taste a beer before buying!
On Saturday nice house music!! recomended for clubing!!
Visited on a saturday afternoon so I got to sit on the bar. The beer selection was pretty great for polish microbreweries, which is exactly what I was looking. The deco inside though was pretty tacky with the place being a tribute to the Gallery, the walls with Van Gogh, Mona Lisa reproduction. But if you’re looking for polish micros this is a must visit place. The music with the Dj - nice to dance. Must visit!!
Strange pub opposite Omerta. Fireplace, discoballs, couches, fashion shows on the telly and only red light in the back. And quite dead during the daylight hours. The selection of draught beers is small and regional, with a larger variety of bottled beers, though quite a few (i.e. the most interesting ones) weren’t available. Managed to find a few interesting ticks nontheless.
Very good selection of bottled and draft beers. The staff are extremely knowledgeable and very friendly. A place where beer is on the first place. They have 3 Place on Krakow. On first bill wos OK, on second bill -10%, on third bill - 20%!! Fantastic!!
Just round the corner from Omerta but why bother? I am with Oakes on this one. A dull selection for the numbers. There was a strange inconguity between the obvious beer enthusiasm of the manageress and the beer range available. Someone needs to let her breathe.
Oakes (800) Vancouver, British Columbia | August 5, 2012
A pretty boring place, quite and slow, with only a handful of interesting regional beers. Fewer taps than its old town cousin, and somehow manages to have even less atmosphere.