Located on the ground floor of a posh hotel voth a grand view to the river bank and the historic tenement buildings that line it, this place caters for a rather well-off clientele, mostly from Germany, Sweden and Russia. The interior s rather dark but nearly sterile, with brewing kegs placed in the middle. There is a patio, too, which is great in hot summer months. The staff consisted of fair maids chosen for their good looks rather than merits within the trade or knowledge of beer - I saw one of them knock the glass belonging to one German guest (who, however, may have deserved it for his rude comments about Poland, hoping, probably that the staff did not understand him). The beer is very average and the prices are simply ludicrous. I didn’t taste the food, but it looked good (and was quite expensive, too). Go there for your missing ticks and get them served in 2 cl glasses. No other reason to visit.
A nice brewpub-feeling bar in the corner of a basement restaurant space in a Gdansk hotel. Their beers aren’t too bad, atmosphere is fine and the bartender I was talking to was nice. Nice brew equipment too. Seemed like they had some bottles of ’rarities’ for sale too. Worth a peek if you’re in town
This is where the tourists go. Located in the basement of a hotel.
It is more or less a restaurant.
Good food and do only serve their own beer.
It is actually a nice place and the staff is very helpfull.