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Local Heroes! Warsaw Restaurant Delivery
Deliver Us From Evil! As the implications of a restaurant shutdown ring around Poland’s F&B sector, those involved in the industry have struck back in a spirited bid to keep the segment afloat – if the public can’t get to the restaurant, then take the restaurant to the public!... Read more
Delivery Hero: Gringo To The Rescue!
Mex-cellent Stuff! As the implications of a restaurant shutdown ring around Poland’s F&B sector, those involved in the industry have struck back in a spirited bid to keep the segment afloat – if the public can’t get to the restaurant, then take the restaurant to the public! Though delivery... Read more
Cophi: To Go!
Locking down doesn’t mean locking out those little pleasures that make life better. Where some cafes have responded to the coronavirus pandemic by shutting shop, a smaller number have resisted, opting instead to explore new channels in a bid to salvage something from the crisis. In this respect, Cophi... Read more
Covid-19 Hits Warsaw
With Poland’s first case of Covid-19 confirmed on March 4th, it didn’t take long for the virus to spread across the nation. For their part, the government moved fast to outlaw mass gatherings, close schools and shut borders. Bafflingly, the response of the church was more muddied with some... Read more
Rest.Baczewskich
Seemingly designed to make visitors go ‘woah’, Baczewskich is nothing if not a fully-fledged exercise in unrestrained fancy: a composition of plush fabrics, gleaming glassware, framed certificates and contemporary extravagance, the high impact visuals set the tone for a distinguished few hours dining on the cuisine of Old Poland... Read more
Review: MariCruz_mission burrito
Mission: Accomplished! Born in San Francisco half-a-century back, the “Mission burrito” has touched down in Warsaw… Where Am I? You’ll find more elbow room on a submarine, but the tight dimensions of MariCruz simply add to the atmosphere. Exuding the rackety, rickety feeling of a food shack, it’s an... Read more
Intl. Women’s Day
Say It With Flowers With International Women’s Day falling on March 8th, we look back on the origins and back story of the day… While the origins of International Women’s Day can be traced to 1909 – and, specifically, a New York demonstration protesting low wages – it is... Read more
Take It Slow!
Operating under the title of Jestem Slow, the latest edition of the Slow Fashion fair presents two days of indy looks and style… Why celebrate International Women’s Day for one day when you can celebrate it for two! At least, that’s the message from Jestem Slow, a weekend extravaganza... Read more
Notes: Koneser Grill

Notes: Koneser Grill

Blog 4 March 2020 0

So good is Koneser Grill that, where once the Insider used our visits to this area as an excuse to drop into Bombaj Masala, nowadays that’s been flipped off in favor of the latest project from the Ferment Group. One of the most striking urban renewal schemes in recent... Read more
The FROZEN One
A one-to-one scale replica of Łazienki Park’s Palace on the Isle stole the show at Sapporo’s annual Snow Festival after being unveiled as part of celebrations held to celebrate the centenary of Polish-Japanese diplomatic relations. Carved entirely from ice, it took 100 soldiers just twenty-eight days to recreate the... Read more

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