Piwnica Rajcow is the Polish name for what was once the city's Ratskeller, the cellar of the Town Hall, where food and drink were served often to the council employees. One thing which make Gdansk's Ratskeller remarkable is that it’s not in the basement of the Town Hall (Rathaus or Ratusz) but instead in the cellars of Dwór Artusa (Artushof) and you can access it via the doorway next to the Neptune fountain. The place itself is remarkable with a labyrinth of large and small rooms which have been beautifully remodeled. The major draw is the beer which you will see being brewed in huge vats in the main bar area by the owners, a family-owned brewery from the Warmia region of Poland. There is a very good and well-priced menu as well making this a perfect spot for those who enjoy that bierkeller experience and you’ll also find a number of screens which are used to show sporting events. Make sure to try out their beer dispensers which allow to serve yourself as little as a taster or as much as a jug by using one of their debit cards.