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Although the sign over the door might suggest otherwise, visitors to Club Poselski will not be pelted with rotten tomatoes on entering the joint, nor will they be subjected to any of the more acute medieval tortures that were practised here in times gone by. As it goes, this is one of the mellowest additions to Cracow's ever-expanding bar galaxy. Persian carpets on the floor and deep red walls combine to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Prints from Paris's naughty Belle Epoque line the walls, whilst above, a sweeping vault survives as a silent witness to past ages. Drop by for a coffee during the day, or settle in for a candle-lit night of revelry, Cracow style.
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Actually they are closed, guys. It's now called Katedra. Basically the same, but not. I miss Poselski...
I visited this pub on many an evening during my two week stay in beautiful Krakow. The staff were really friendly and tried to help me pick up the local customs and lingo. They had a nice, mellow atmosphere and good drink of course.
Truly a very nice pub with a warm atmosphere and polite englishspeaking staff! We'll surely be back on our next trip to Krakow! Thanks.
It's the people that make this place unique. When I came here from Idaho in September, I was glad to find a place where people spoke English, but I could also meet local Polish people too. At Club Poselski, all kinds of people come together just to have a great time. The bartenders are truly excellent, as other reviewers have noted. Ask them for the Wisniovka Grapefruit special (pronounced: Vishnioofka). It's best shared with at least two other people at the bar. They won't steer you wrong!
Poselska has become my favorite place to grab a drink in the Old Town. It's just a few steps from the crowds on Grodzka but it doesn't seem a bit touristy. It has a great atmosphere, plenty of candles, expats and Poles, and good music. I've been here during the day for a coffee and late at night for a beer and it's always excellent.
We came by here when we were in town last week and had a great time. The weekday barman speaks fluent english and was tghe hottest guy we met during our entire trip to europe!