Long and narrow, Cold Feet (Zimne Nozki) is a bright, modern space with a long bar, high stools, 3 screens and lots of windows making this a kind of display case of the city’s pre-club party crowd. Head here to warm up with a shot of flavoured vodka for less than a Euro or a spirit and mixer for the equivalent of 2 pounds Sterling. Our tip is to come for the fun and free-flowing alcohol and to avoid the food. The pork knuckle we tried arrived drowned in some kind of sauce (always a bad sign) and tasted like something our dog would have turned his nose up at. A good place to kick off a pub crawl of the old town.