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Poznań Bars, Pubs & Clubs

Poznań Bars, Pubs & Clubs
Poznań bars are flexible - no matter what the official closing times are, most bars and pubs will stay open until the last customer has stumbled out. Most night spots are concentrated around the Old Town Square area, but also check out ul. Nowowiejskiego (B-1) and ul. Taczaka (B-3) both of whom draw students in their droves. Where the venue is not on our map we have included the district it is located in brackets. Visit our website - - for reviews of almost every place in town, and the opportunity to leave your comments about all of them.

Here are a few suggestions depending on what you are looking for:


Newcomer Ministerstwo Browaru emphasises plenty of obscure beers (including their own brew) for connoisseurs. If you’re looking for something more upmarket then check Someplace Else in the Sheraton, while Brovaria has excellent lagers brewed on-site. Also consider heading to Kriek to sample more than 160 types of beer poured into their appropriate glasses.


The best cocktails in Poznań are found in the Blow Up 50 50, which is conveniently situated close to one of the most exclusive danceterias in town – SQ. Look the part if you want to be accepted into either. Cocktails of Dreams is focused on exciting drinks produced with plenty of bartender flair, while Piano Bar mixes luxury drinks and atmosphere for a swanky well-rounded experience.


Another vote for Blow Up 50 50, the best destination for seduction cocktails. If it’s entertainment you’re after check out Blue Note Jazz Club, which attracts great international performers to serenade your better half. Basilium does an excellent job of combining cocktails with cosy spaces  as well. 


Brave the dark basement to experience Kawiarnia Nocna Kisielice, a Poz mainstay that locals love for the music and unique 'K-hole' atmosphere. Glimpse the past by drinking in the commie themed confines of PRL and Proletaryat.  And be sure to end your night in typical Polish style at Białe Wino i Owoce, a 24-hour eatery on the Rynek that will help you offset your hangover with piles of white sausage and tripe soup.


Without doubt the most popular place to drink on the square is Brovaria, which regularly sees people queuing for tables to become available from where they can enjoy the in-house brewed beers. Of course it's impossible not to mention Pacha here - the legendary Ibiza club which has brought its international cred and celebrity crowds to Poz. Good luck getting in.


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