Five public squares offer plenty of space to relax or participate in Browary's continuous calendar of events, including free outdoor film screenings and activities for children. What's more, Browary Warszawskie has established itself as a premier gastronomy destination, with dozens of new restaurants, cafes, bakeries and delicatessens dotted throughout the labyrinthine complex. At its heart you'll find Food Hall Browary - Warsaw's latest indoor food market, the historic Browar Warszawski (Warsaw Brewery) - once again brewing delicious craft ales (19 different types, to be exact!) for local beer lovers, and football star Robert Lewandowski's own restaurant and sports bar, NINE's - which lures lovers of sports and great food to the complex's original Malthouse building.
Located very close to the Warszawa Centralna train station and the Warsaw Uprising Museum, it's worth exploring this area to see the modern capital at its most exciting.