Walk up a curving stairwell to enter Plan B, a venue where the ceilings are high and the windows are low – so low you’ll have to crouch for views of pl. Zbawiciela. Plan B has seen minimal investment, with a design that must have set the owner back the price of a packet of sausages; decor is limited to little more than tatty posters, black tiles and sofas. Job done. But this place has become astonishingly popular, especially with students and other sorts who look like they’ve just finished band practice. Don’t be surprised to find the party spilling outside, with gangs of drinkers chucking frisbees and sharing sneaky puffs on Moroccan cigarettes. Drunkenness is rife and encouraged, and it’s only fair to note this place has become a bit of a magnet for expat lads attempting to tap up Polish girls.
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Open 14:00-02:00. Fri, Sat 14:00-04:00.
Skwer im. Tadeusza Kahla
Plac Zabaw Nad Wisłą
Bulwar B. Grzymały-Siedleckiego
This is the expansive riverside location of the city's much-loved outdoor playground. There is over 2000 square metres of space, including an al fresco grassy theatre with ample lounging, which doubles as a place for film screenings and concert venue, pl