This Kazimierz hole-in-the-wall bar specialises in wiśniówka, otherwise known as cherry vodka, which they make locally themselves from exactly three ingredients: alcohol, sugar and cherries (no water!). It's 17.5% and is only served in 100ml glasses with two infused cherries at the bottom for 11zł. That's a quantity for sipping, not shooting, thus civilising this popular but typically unruly Polish vodka. If you're looking to lean into a stiff, sweet local drink, this would be the place to do it. As a bar it can get loud, features black walls, swinging tables suspended from the ceiling, and basically nowhere to sit, but you can take a handsome half-litre bottle home for 59zł.