This communist nostalgia club is plastered with surprisingly stylish Soviet-era wallpaper patterns, neons, and other colourful kitsch. With plenty of space for the surprisingly stylish Soviet-era wallpaper patterns, neon signs, retro furnishings and other colourful kitsch that earn it its namesake, Społem Deluxe delivers a separate space for smoking and a mercifully self-contained dance area where the DJ again spins nostalgic pop hits inside a 1968 Nysa van, but without making conversation elsewhere impossible. Though there's a dance party every night (except Mondays and Wednesdays, which host karaoke), craft beers and boardgames further let you know that this isn't a typical nightclub, but one where you can come as you are (no cover!) and only hit the dancefloor if the mood strikes you. That's our kind of place and we'll certainly be back.