Best bars in Warsow



The fast-paced Polish capital is one of Europe’s best-kept party secrets. Here’s a quick primer to nightlife in Warsaw in true Polish style.

Bars in Warsaw you need to check out

To start your night out with a touch of flash, step into Paparazzi, on Mazowiecka. On the same street, you can soak in retro 80s ambience at Mono bar or take an adventure into the Arabian nights-themed Sheesha.

As soon as you’re ready to turn up, it’s time to hit the club. For premium dance music, take your pick from Rich & Pretty, Piekarnia, or that beating heart of hedonism, The Eve. For a real trip into the city’s underworld, dip into Opera, a club deep in the cellars of the National Opera which features cooled-out corridors and hidden rooms.
If you’re looking for an artsy feel, then make your entrance at Klub Balsam on the Mokatow fort. For a dose of some of the haughty chic every capital city must have, there’s Sketch at Foksal 19, or nearby Szlafrok. If you’d rather a more relaxed scene, Mandala brings reggae vibes to the music-loving Polish capital.

Just looking for a good old-fashioned drink and a buzzing, friendly crowd? You’re in luck. Warsaw, famous for its love of good brew, has traditional bars aplenty. Take your pick from Chlodna 25, Resort, or, for some drama, Zoo.