One of Wrocław's most original venues, Nietota is a place for artsy discourse, self-destructive decadence, and debauchery. Endeavouring to embody the spirit of PL's 'Młoda Polska' artistic movement, an awful lot of time has gone into the decor with almost every surface - including the tables, bar, walls, and ceiling - covered in highly-illustrative original artwork that gives the space a creepy-cool Nachtkabarett atmosphere where concerts and theatre troops take the stage between weekend DJ nights. With the self-described Art Nouveau ambience, we disagree; the interior's ubiquitous darkly cross-hatched characters with flayed flesh in contorted positions embrace more of a caustic post-war grotesque that wouldn't look out of place as the art on a Tool album. Completely unique in style and atmosphere, the drinks list is also exceptional with Lindeman's cherry lambic to candy the lips of the ladies and delicious Litovel straight from Czechia. Well worth seeking out.