Błękitny Pudel

Translating as 'Blue Poodle', this is a Sopot legend that retains the spirit of ‘Bohemian Sopot’ from an age before the town became such a popular spot for bars and clubs. It calls itself the ‘oldest pub in Sopot’ but that tells just part of the story. This is an excellent choice for food as well with an open-plan kitchen, open til midnight from Thursday to Sunday, to show it all off. The food has always been good in here, even though it was a mystery where they magically produced it from amongst the clutter of antiques, pictures and mismatched furniture. Angus steak, Goose Dumplings with Currant Jam and Onion is just one example of hearty dining harking back to a bygone era. Even the toilets, decorated by local artists, deserve a mention. The overall effect of this restaurant's decoór remains pleasingly eccentric. Visit for multiple reasons whether it’s breakfast in the early morning to coffee or lunch during the day, but note that it’s at night when it comes into its own. That’s when it generates a sleazy decadence that’s just ripe for beery whisperings and its garden, complete with heated lamps all-year-round, is a great place for watching Sopot at night. Live music from Thursday to Sunday (19:30-22:30)
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Outside seating
Live Music
Dogs Allowed



Open 12:00-01:00. Fri 12:00-03:00, Sat 10:00-03:00, Sun 10:00-01:00.


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Nice and good atmosfare. Good service and OK Beer
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