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Puzzle

Puzzle

Going Out 6 June 2016 0

Making its debut this summer, Puzzle exploits its riverside location to the max with a sun drenched wooden deck perched within meters of the Wisła. Making use of upturned crates, deckchairs and repurposed oil drums, it’s a simple place that excels at doing basic things exceptionally well: if it’s...
Munchies

Munchies

BlogRestaurants 3 June 2016 0

Traditionally under-utilized, the last few years have seen a concerted attempt to breathe life into Warsaw’s riverbanks. This summer sees new peaks being reached, and that’s largely due to a medley of new openings, among them Munchies. Set on a moored barge, find a venue that fills multiples roles:...
Wolne Chwile

Wolne Chwile

Going Out 31 May 2016 0

Come summer everyone loves drinking down by the riverside, but up until now that’s largely meant ordering flat, yellow liquid from Europe’s ‘macro-breweries’. This summer sees a shift away from corpo-lager with the addition of some temporary tap bars specializing in local artisan offers. Leading the charge is Wolne...
Pantai

Pantai

Restaurants 18 November 2015 0

With its surprisingly classy tropical look, the primetime to visit the beachside Pantai is summer. Not much use knowing that now, of course. So the question is, does it work out of season? That’s a resounding yes. Beautiful cocktails play their role, but so too does a succinct menu...
A Natural Edge 

A Natural Edge 

Features 29 September 2015 0

Warsaw is often seen as an insecure city, casting eyes on others and playing the copycat. Yet in the form of the untamed Wisła it has something truly unique to be proud of. By Jo Harper  | Photographs by Kevin Demaria As apocryphal stories go this one reveals a lot about...
The Loony Left…  Side of the Wisła
Next stop: chaos. Follow the trail of bars and barges that have woken up Warsaw’s Wisła… By Alex Webber Photographs by Ed Wight Undeveloped say some. A missed opportunity say others. And true, benchmarked against other capitals then Warsaw’s river isn’t up to much. A murky shade of dirty...
Take me to the River
If you like to be beside the seaside but don’t want the five hour drive, then hook your bucket and spade on to your handlebars and pedal off to Warsaw’s riverbank! By Gill Boelman-Burrows La Playa (laplaya.pl) Surrounded by fake palm trees, this beach club has ample seating and...
Breaking The Ice

Breaking The Ice

Features 3 August 2015 0

Forget the radioactive slurry in Old Town, this summer’s undisputed King of the Snow Cone is Furoszron. We talk to Tomek, one half of the duo behind this seasonal sensation… • My business partner Daniel discovered these shaved ice drinks while on holiday in Thailand about five years ago...

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