Don't let the run-down appearance fool you. Sure, most of the furnishings look like they've been picked up from the street, but that just adds to the charm of Hydrozagadka. Located in the somewhat run-down but increasingly trendy Praga district, the club has a bit of a cult status, partially for the wide assortment of people that come there, and partially because the club often hosts the best concerts in town. If you have tattoos or like non-commercial music, you'll fit right in.
ali from Bermuda Reply
dajce spokoj, lipa jak wuj, a ochrona to sie nadawa do rozrzucania gnoju
pirala weste from Portugal Reply
along with Saturator the 2 clubs really represent the Praga clubbing experience - cheap, dirty, and full of fun-loving students looking for the newest indie sounds!
Georgina J from Canada Reply
Very cool place + close to Saturator another cool club for students and indie kids! Stop by on the weekends for live music!
Poline from United States Reply
I've made lots of friends here!
george chester from Ireland Reply
one of the top 10 spots for nightlife in warsaw. good for bands and djs, lots of young people and students.
Mike from United States Reply
def stands out in warsaw by organizing the best concerts and playing the best alternative music.
Tom Smitty from United Kingdom Reply
Love the courtyard bit with all the bars around! Praga is edgy, creative with great craic - reminds me of Hackney back in the day!! Don't believe the all that noise about getting you head kicked in if you cross the river. Just watch - this place is gonna blow up! Rude.
Peachy from Canada Reply
lots of great concerts here... guaranteed you'll be listening to some good music
Danka from Poland Reply
Run down, but with a charm of its own. Not worth coming to Praga for, but if you're bar hopping the night away, make sure to make this one of the stops!
Anka from United Kingdom Reply
A great place to see a concert - the sound is good, there are plenty of comfortable couches as well as standing room by the stage, and beer was amazingly cheap for Poland.