Lined with former warehouses, factories, storage spaces and lock-ups, Burakowska is enjoying a new breath of life, one generously removed from its original working class roots. Sprinkled with boutiques, hangouts and engaging little stores, it’s become synonymous with niche enterprise and good living, while at the same time retaining an edge that’s raw and real…
Fulfill the dream of playing at Pebble Beach or Torrey Pines by booking a tee-time on one of Centrum Golf’s HD golf simulators. The realism is incredible. Added benefits include instant analysis and data to improve your game.
ul. Burakowska 15, centrumgolf.pl
Sourced from artisan producers, the selection of international cheeses is superb, and capped by an intelligent selection of gourmet specialties such as ham, chorizo and truffles from hard-to-find luxury brands.
ul. Burakowska 5/7, lafromagerie.pl
Miełżyński Wine Bar
Basking in the Miełżyński garden is one of Warsaw’s weekend pleasures, one assisted by the city’s best wine selection, a thoughtful menu and a buzz of easy luxury. As it gets colder, retreat into the warehouse/wine bar. ul. Burakowska 5/7, mielzynski.pl
MW Art Dealers
Find graphic art, paintings, sculpture and photography inside a space dedicated to ‘young Polish art’. Promoting lesser-known, upcoming artists, MW’s handpicked pool of talent are a good choice for an affordable statement piece for the home or office.
ul. Burakowska 15, mwad.pl
Trending Icelandic fashion designer Olly Lindal has come up with a casual line that shouts bad boy, rebel chic, while there’s an element of debonair dandy to the more formal attire. The jackets are a best seller.
ul. Burakowska 15, reykjavikdistrict.com
Exceptional and eclectic flower arrangements inside a florist established under the auspices of Marta Gessler in 1999. Going ‘outside the norm’, the flower art is both simple yet highly personal.
ul. Burakowska 5/7, warsztatwoni.com