Closed until April. The renovation of Centennial Hall included the opening of Pergola: a modern restaurant and cafe with two separate dining areas, entrances, kitchens and menus. Both feature wall to floor windows with great views of the Wrocław Fountain (working till the end of September) and surrounding 'pergola' promenade. The cafe side has an upscale Ikea aesthetic with large white plastic chairs and tables, light fixtures shaped like jumping jacks, and more of a family atmosphere. The menu is built upon much-needed post-sightseeing caffeine fixes, hand-made ice cream, and cakes. Across the way, meanwhile, the restaurant proper features swanky booths, a propane fireplace and the type of table settings that include starched white napkin origami and wine glasses. The extensive menu ranges from plebian pizza and pierogi to pricey steaks, and since it's one of the only places to eat within a very tourist-trodden area of one-kilometre or so, you can expect both sides of this enterprise to be plenty busy.