Following a glorious redesign, this popular market square restaurant has climbed the social ladder, moving away from its peasant wedding party roots to a more regal aesthetic that emphasises the history of the space and evokes a feast at the royal table. Full of floral and folk touches, the atmosphere is upscale while remaining welcoming, and its popularity with tourists is well-earned. The name is a nod to the famous play by local hero Stanisław Wyspiański while also directly translating to the lengthy celebration of family, food, love and vodka that takes place after a traditional Polish wedding service. The gorgeous banquet hall on the second floor would be perfect for just such a party, while the rest of the restaurant offers views of the market square and St. Adalbert's Church. Enjoy żurek soup served in a bread bowl, roasted duck and other traditional dishes, washed down with an array of Polish vodkas.
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