This familiar tourist-friendly franchise lives up to its name, bringing its Oktoberfest atmosphere to Kraków's Mały Rynek. At Bierhalle they brew their own, offering 3 different ales most commonly ordered by the litre, but you can also go gorilla with a 5l barrel, or walk the gastric tightrope of their beer cocktails. The beer-friendly franchise menu includes Polish classics (sour rye soup, pierogi, pork knuckle, breaded cutlets), plus burgers and bar food standards like nachos and wings. A helpful multi-lingual menu, nice service, and TVs streaming sports in every room make it a lads magnet, but we found Kraków's somewhat classy locale to be less rowdy and more refined than expected. This is one of those happy cases where success seems to have actually improved the brand.