Szksypcze Rock Inn Pub
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- ul. Piwna 52/53
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Why sit cooped up in your room watching television when you can head out to this cozy pub and make some new friends? Don't expect many frills at the Szksypcze Rock Inn Pub, but you will find some good eighties rock beats and tasty beer until 3am. And, as if that's not enough to keep you happy - pinball machines, foosball tables, and TV screens are scattered throughout broadcasting the latest in sports entertainment. Check out their website for a live feed from their webcam if you still need some more convincing...
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Szksypcze were GREAT!!!and i miss that place very much AND INFORMATION TO ROGER FROM BRAZIL THAT PLACE UNFORTUNALELLY DOESNT EXIST SINCE 2006... so you visited sth different were you felt unfamiliar...
Seemed a very strange clientel.
Everyone seemed to look as we walked in, despite the place being busy, didnt feel too welcome, but in all fairness didnt give it much of a chance.
As soon as you step in you feel welcome. Great beer, great people and exspecially a fantastic girl named Maja behind the bar!
The best place to be in Gdansk.
Its my favourite pub in Gdansk. Small and non fussy. The music is good and even the people living above the place often join in with the beat.
Expect to get some abuse from the bar staff but never mind them too much it is all part of the fun of the place. Its a good mixture of locals and visitors and everyone is very friendly.
The bar staff speak good English and are all nice girls(could say almost pretty).
The best looking one is called Gizzmo.
Buy the girls a drink, they work hard to make the place what it is.
Definately the best place to go to if you want to have a nice evening with very friendly people. The crew is the best you can find in the three cities, (I haven't seen better ever even). No really go, go, go. when you are there, say hi to May from me.
Your description was apt...you do feel like a local here. It's an older crowd, but everyone's friendly and you can just be yourself. Good brews and such...since the irish pubs here are actually just dance clubs in disguise, this is definiatly a better option for a night of conversation or story-telling
The longest and most destructive (to lungs & liver) farewell party ever. Great music !
Nice bar, not too big, only downside is they serve Heineken next to the local brew.