For an experience that won’t leave you feeling like you’ve been transported to ‘wild wild East’ nineties (fascinating and depressing in equal measure), check out the hipster food market taking place weekly at one of the city’s quirkiest locations: the Burgher Brewery (Browar Mieszczański) tucked away in the Wrocław Południe district. Here local foodies and cool-hunters sample everything from vegan pierogi to spinach cake to decked-out hummus. In keeping with current trends, much of the offer is vegan, gluten free, and/or organic, but meat lovers will find a little something here as well. The lack of signage makes this bazaar a bit difficult to find - after entering through the main gate of the brewery, walk around back and find the double doors. Weather allowing, food trucks also set up shop in the small courtyard. To get here, take tram number 31 from Pl. Jana Pawła II or Arkady (Capitol) to Gajowa.
A true hipster haven, this former brewery hosts numerous festivals, concerts, markets, exhibitions, and special events. The splendid brick complex was founded in 1894 by Robert Hein under the name Zum Alten Weinstock and functioned as a brewery until 199