Pawilony, hotspot of Warsaw's nightlife

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Pawilony, hotspot of Warsaw's nightlife

In the heart of the city centre and yet out of sightseeing tours, Pawilony is a compelling small neighbourhood for night owls and underground culture enthusiasts.

At night, all of Warsaw rush to these two small streets that Pawilony consists of. About twenty tiny bars have set up home in 1970s former workshops, rapidly transforming this little-visited side of town into a quirky and trendy hotspot, very much popular with the local youth.
In order to stand out, each pub brims over with imagination and offers settings more unusual than the last. The best known, Klaps, reveals an erotic-based decoration, while Peanuts Shot Bar bets on a colourful fairground spirit. Alternately, the Baba Jaga club draws inspiration from Eastern mythologies about witchcraft. Forget your program and let yourself be carried away by Pawilony: locals usually decide where to go on the spot. During the day, look for the neighbourhood's latest craftsmen and unearth some of the hidden frescoes, since Pawilony is also on the forefront of street art in Warsaw.

Klaps
Pawilon 12
Nowy Świat 22/28
00-373 Warsaw

Peanuts Shot Bar
Nowy Świat 26
00-373 Warsaw

Baba Jaga
Pawilon 17
Nowy Świat 22/28
00-373 Warsaw

www.pawilonynowyswiat.pl/en