The Carnival, which this year ends on February 25, is the perfect time to go out for a bars tour meet friends and try what Warsaw’s bars have to offer. Centrum Praskie Koneser is associated with restaurants or shopping, but did you know that there are as many as 10 bars and venues where drinks are served?
Where can you go and what to try during Carnival at Koneser?
The cult club from Powiśle, which after a long break reopened last year. In a spacious four-level venue with four bars and three stages, we can meet with friends, listen to a concert, watch performances on the stage (e.g. Burlesque show) or sit at the bar and enjoy drinks prepared by local bartenders. The cocktail menu includes such suggestions as Spritz, Gin & Tonic, Negroni, Penicillin with whiskey, honey, lemon peat and protein or Warszawski Drink based on vodka, lime with mint and protein.
Bar ¾ at the Polish Vodka Museum
Bar ¾ is a cocktail bar located on the third floor of the Polish Vodka Museum. We will spend the carnival here in inter-war style. Here we will try cocktails on Polish vodka, as well as vodka infusions. The menu features among others Bą Bę from vodka infused with charcoal, cherry vodka and amaretto, Praskie Limo with vodka infused with grapefruit, pepper and cinnamon with plum marmalade or Gryczane Negroni.
WuWu is a bistro and bar with Polish cuisine referring to the flavors of childhood and cocktails based on Polish vodka. Behind the bar there are nearly 100 types of vodka to choose from (Polish and foreign brands). The restaurant serves cocktails inspired by Polish music hits such as Marchewkowe Pole (vodka, sea buckthorn, carrot), Już nie ma dzikich plaż (vodka, vermouth, amber) or Kawiarenki (vodka, Suska sechlońska, honey and coffee).
ORZO is a restaurant and bar working with zero waste idea. The restaurant offers classic cocktails such as Cosmopolitan, Mojito, Whiskey Sour, Negroni, Old fashioned, as well as original drinks based on popular alcohols (Spicy Mango, Winter Honey or Greentini).
For a drink at Koneser, we can also go to Ferment Praski (for cocktails in Praga style), Koneser Grill (for classic cocktails), Zoni (for cocktails with names referring to Praga streets), the bar at the Moxy Hotel (open 24/7), Bombay Masala (for classics and drinks with exotic notes) or to Papa Diego (for Margarita).
The partner of the article is Centrum Praskie Koneser. Source of photos: Centrum Praskie Koneser.