Piwnica Pod Baranami
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- 90% from 6 reviews
- +48 12 422 01 77
- Piwnica Pod Baranami
- Rynek Glowny 27
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This well-known haunt, which has been around since 1956, continues the tradition of Parisian cabaret, and is famous throughout Poland. Every Saturday at 9pm there's a cabaret show, reviving memories of European popular culture, and the evenings are highly popular, so its best to book your ticket in advance. Outside of the shows, the place is open as a cabaret/club, from 11 in the morning until the last guest leaves. Throughout the whole of the month of July, Piwnica Pod Baranami hosts the popular Summer Jazz Festival, and like most pubs and clubs, hosts regular exhibitions and music recitals. A Cracow legend.
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Andy from United Kingdom Reply
Stumbled across this delightful cellar bar by accident and then visited every evening of our stay . Relaxing , charming , quirky , romantic , serving a wide range of alcoholic & non alcoholic beverages with some live music . A must for all discerning visitors to the Old Town Square .
sally hughes from United States Reply
your right it 's magical. :-)
Cathy from United Kingdom Reply
You can feel how magical place it is from the first steps down. Think Lapin Agile and Deux Magots in one. I love that place!
Ross McDonald from United Kingdom Reply
I could hardly find this bar but wanted to go. There were only about 5 of us at the bar but we all chatted for a while and the crazy bar man kept us entertained. This is worth a look and my Zubrowka was cheaper here than anywhere else.
Ruth from United Kingdom Reply
Piwnica Pod Baranami is the original Krakow cellar bar... nowadays it is neglected a bit with so many new places springing up, but it still has a loyal Polish following
Perry from United States Reply
This has to be classic Krakow at it's best! I remember being there with a Polish girl who told me--"it's not many tourists, just us!" Go to a show if you can but go.