ul. Estery 20 ,   Kazimierz          (+48) 12 292 06 22     08 May 2024

One of the first bars in Kazimierz, Singer set the table for all that was to come, essentially inventing the evocative aesthetic of cracked mirrors, dusky paintings, rickety antiques and candlelight associated with the district today. Despite its long tenure, lofty reputation and intrusion of tourists, today Singer still holds much of the magic it did when it first opened. A charismatic, even chimerical cafe by day, Singer hits its stride after 01:00 when tabletops turn into dancefloors, the regulars abandon their drinks to dip and spin each other to an energetic mix of gypsy, klezmer, Balkan, swing and film music, the entire bar begins to feel like a ferris wheel ready to fly off its axis and the boundaries of time are obliterated. Yeah, we've had a few good ones here.


Smoking place
Outside seating


Mon, Tue, Wed 09:00-02:00, Thu 09:00-03:00, Fri 09:00-06:00, Sat 10:00-06:00, Sun 10:00-02:00.


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Hello I have a question. I know that tomorrow is a bank holiday in Poland and I would like to ask you if the cafe is open tomorrow. Thank you.
Mark S
Been coming here for years, but hadn't been since before the pandemic. We dropped in with a bunch of friends on a Saturday around midnight. The staff have always been a bit touch-and-go, but this night they were particularly rude. As soon as we walked in they told us 'no dancing on the tables' - which the place has been known for, but we were surprised to be told as soon as we approached the bar and hadn't even moved towards the tables. The music was very low and they seemed to not want anything to do with the wild parties this place has always been known after many other bars close. There weren't that many clients and the vibe was very low key and standoffish. We left after a couple drinks with the impression that the current staff is deliberately trying to kill the reputation this place has had for decades. Maybe it was just a bad night for everybody working, but if Singer is trying to be a quiet bar on weekends, that's a shame, and they should just close at 22:00 if they don't want people to come in expecting to have a good time.
Dom Smith

This is now my unofficial base for my weekend in Kazimierz, I call in for a coffee if it is early or a beer with vodka post lunchtime. A lovely environment and lovely staff - what's not to like?

Way too dark inside. Bartender was very rude.
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