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3 Hidden Cocktail Bars in Warsaw

3 HIDDEN COCKTAIL BARS YOU (PROBABLY) KNOW NOTHING ABOUT

You know about speakeasies, right? During the prohibition era in the US, a speakeasy was the only place where you could get a drink.

Illegally, of course.

Although speakeasies have lost their illegal nature, it is still SO intriguing and exciting to visit them.

Do we have speakeasies in Warsaw? You bet! (I only know two, but if you know more, please let me know. 🙂 )

Do you want to organize a cocktail workshop for a special occasion? Hit us up!

1) Weles

What could possibly hide behind that black door in Nowogrodzka street? A dark, old school basement bar that is nothing short of extraordinary! Check it out:

The spectacular crystal chandelier, the pleasant music, the fantastic cocktails and top class service will bring you back here again and again.

The bouncer at the door may not let you in if you don’t have a reservation (or you are not dressed appropriately).

Reservations: +48 602 773 997

Address: Nowogrodzka 11, Warsaw

2) 6 cocktails

6 Cocktail is one of the first speakeasy-style bars to appear on the map of Warsaw. Its exclusive vibe, excellent cocktails, and laid-back atmosphere make it a really special place in Warsaw.

It is quite difficult to find, as it is part of a historical tenement house in the center of Warsaw (in fact, it used to be the owner’s family home!).

Call the “secret” number and the owner will tell you what to do in order to find it.

Reservations: +48 606 696 915 (secret number)

Address: Mokotowska 57, Warsaw

Charlie

To enter "Charlie" you have to go through the gate of a tenement house, then up the stairs to the first floor. You will find several rooms, but the heart of the place is where the cocktail bar is.

Enjoy custom made cocktails as well as signature cocktails and world classics. Cocktails are prepared on quality alcohols by top bartenders.

 

Find out more exciting stuff in Warsaw, a list of crazy shot bars, and our selection of awesome restaurants in Warsaw.

  1. I do not know why you have Koko & Roy being posted. Late last year they had financial issues with rent, etc. They could not accept cards for payment.
    A proper business would have at a minimum a sign posted stating this. But not there. Jonathan made it seem like it was not a big problem for people to walk almost to KFC at Constitution Plaza to use a Bankomat for cash. That was not proper customer service. This went on for about 6 weeks. Clients were shocked they had to walk and return and complained rightfully so! Negativity does spread quickly! There were other issues.
    They are partially opened on Sundays and closed on Mondays. Take a walk by any day and it is basically empty and look down the street about 4 buildings away and the other restaurant has many people, even outside eating.
    Those cheap lights they hang outside do not appear to represent a professional atmosphere.
    The prices for the burgers are higher than most and those ”double cooked” fries are nothing special! Anyone can make those at home.
    The squid is good. The chicken and waffle for brunch is a hit and miss as the fried chicken can be bland. The mixed drinks can be good depending on the bartender. Usually they are not!
    They finally got rid of that oversize table that was in the way of going to the toilet.
    I do not expect it to be there much longer.

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