W Oparach Absurdu (Ząbkowska 6, Warsaw) – this popular bar gets its name from a cult Polish novel. Its oddball décor, Persian rugs and broken bric-à-brac (likely procured from various local junk shops and open air markets) contribute to its bohemian vibe, and student crowd. Despite all that, this bar has a reputation for serving […]
Sheesha Lounge (Aleje Jerozolimskie 33, Warsaw) – as the name implies, this is a Moroccan-themed lounge. As the evening progresses, the ground floor dining level turns into a dance floor and in-house DJ’s Alex and Saad crank out the mostly Arabic, oriental and R&B-flavored dance music to the local trend crowd. Belly dancers and darbuka […]
Polyester Café (Ul. Freta 49/51, Warsaw) – for those in the mood for jazz music, this is not a bad place to start. Polyester books a steady stream of regional and international jazz bands and acts, so visiting jazz fans will not be disappointed coming here. Other types of musical acts, such as 50s rockabilly […]
Plan B (Aleja Wyzwolenia 18, Warsaw) – located next door to Charlotte / Chleb I Wino restaurant is this small bar that attracts lots of students every night. If you want to relax and curl up in a comfy couch while listening to smooth beats from regular DJs, this is the place for you. Very […]
Piekarnia (Młocińska 11, Warsaw) – this is another major clubbing venue in Warsaw. It books various internationally-known dance music DJs, such as John Digweed, Danny Howells, James Zabiela, and Roni Size. That, as well as various international and regional club acts like Luciana of Bodyrox. It caters mainly to a 20-something college crowd (more casually-dressed […]
Paparazzi (ul. Mazowiecka 12, Warsaw) – this is a fashionable bar which emphasizes its quality drinks: from mojitos to margaritas and a variety of cocktails. Visitors that come here are impressed with the festive buzz here, and reasonably-priced bar food is also served here.
Opera (Teatralny Square, Warsaw) – this is a popular club located in the cellars of the National Opera of The Grand Theatre. You will be truly impressed by its oriental style. The venue has long red brick corridors and hidden rooms where you can chill out. Enjoy the magical atmosphere of the Far East. There […]
NoBo (ul. Wilcza 58a, 00-679 Warsaw) – this is another of Warsaw’s popular nightspots (this one opened since 2003, with an old-school all-red interior). It hosts various DJ-driven parties, and also has a restaurant on the premises.
M25 (Minska 25, Warsaw) – located within the Praga district, this venue’s name refers to the physical address of this club. Much of what’s played here is electronic dance music – evoking the vibe of the wild Berlin (Germany) club scene when Communism first collapsed there. Like such nightspots, this one was set up in […]
Luzztro (Aleje Jerozolimskie 6, Warsaw) – this is a popular after-parting venue for both locals and visiting tourists. It is also one of Warsaw’s oldest partying venues, with a line-up of regional DJs who provide mainly Techno, Trance and House music.