Scroll on down and find out about the top things to do in Warsaw at night. From the top bars and restaurants to the most exciting clubs, find out about the nightlife happening in Warsaw.
Poland’s capital has withstood many different periods of history, each leaving their own mark on the city. When most people think of Warsaw, images of architecture from the Communist era spring to mind, but the city has so much more to offer than just that. Warsaw is developing a vibrant nightlife scene, with many trendy clubs and bars constantly opening, and it is getting a reputation as one of the best places for an affordable night out. The nightlife here tends to be a little more formal than some other cities in Europe, so be prepared to bring your best outfits with you, as most people dress to impress.
1. Party all night at Club Mirage
This is a huge nightclub venue which can’t be missed if you want to really experience great Polish nightlife. It’s set in one of the most famous buildings in the city - the towering Palace of Culture, and even has a large water fountain, in the middle of the club! One of the more popular party venues in the city, Club Mirage promises an unmissable night of drinking, dancing, and fun.
Address: plac Defilad 1, 00-901 Warszawa, Poland
Opening Hours: 9pm - 5am.
Website: Club Mirage (in Polish)
2. The Alchemist GastroPub
This international bar and restaurant has a welcoming and friendly atmosphere, attracting people from all over, to dine here. The interior is trendy and chic and actually looks nothing like a pub at all. They serve a pretty wide selection of cool beers, which go perfectly with the food. The menu is made up of pizzas, fries, but also some healthier dishes, such as salads, too. The Alchemist GastroPub is the ideal place to go if you want to have a hassle-free, tasty meal, in Warsaw.
The Alchemist GastroPub
Address: Metropolitan 2, Metropolitan Building, plac Marszałka Józefa Piłsudskiego 1-3, 00-078 Warszawa, Poland
Opening Hours: 11am - 12am.
Website: The Alchemist GastroPub
3. Enjoy the music at Klubo
This popular club is well known for playing pretty good music, across their three different rooms - House, Disco and RnB, so there is sure to be something for every kind of music fan. The club is open pretty late by Warsaw standards, until 7am, so you can really party, all night.
Address: 00-043, Tadeusza Czackiego 3/5, Warszawa, Poland
Opening Hours: 10pm - 7am.
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4. Have an alternative night at Klub Plan B
This is a live music venue which is relaxed and chilled out, so it’s great for those who aren’t huge fans of clubbing or have exhausted the clubs in Warsaw. Plan B has a large space for live music events, and it is worth checking out what is on before you go. They tend to have anything from rock to jazz, and this place is often frequented by locals, so it’s great if you want to get away from the tourist hot spots.
Address: aleja Wyzwolenia 18, 00-999 Warszawa, Poland
Opening Hours: 11am - 3am.
Facebook: Plan B
5. Head to the popular Space Club
This large club has three rooms and one main dance floor. It is pretty well established, in Warsaw, as being a great place to go and party, and they’ve been on the scene for over ten years! The club has a full calendar of various events, which is worth looking at before deciding to go.
Address: Kolejowa 37/39, 00-001 Warszawa, Poland
Opening Hours: 9pm - 4am
Website: Space Club
6. Drink and dine at MOMU
MOMU has a great vibe, with trendy exposed brick walls, and high spacious ceilings. It’s a bar and restaurant serving a variety of wines, so it’s the ideal place to begin your big night out, in Warsaw. Their food is a little on the pricier end of the scale, but it’s worth it for a nice treat.
Address: Wierzbowa 9/11, 00-001 Warszawa, Poland
Opening Hours: 9am - 12am.
7. See the view at The View
The View is a fancy rooftop bar, which is growing increasingly popular with visitors to the city, so be warned you may have to queue for a while to get in, but it will all be worth it. Once at the top, you will be rewarded with amazing views of Warsaw and some well-known DJs. Grab a cocktail or glass of wine and enjoy the night.
Address: Twarda 18, 00-105 Warszawa, Poland
Opening Hours: 10pm - 5am.
Website: The View
8. Sip on some bubbles at Bubbles Bar
As the name suggests, Bubbles Bar serves a variety of the sparkling stuff - champagne - from all around the world. The people behind the bar seem passionate about champagne and believe it’s not just for special occasions. They also serve an interesting menu of delicious food, with options such as black pudding, to be enjoyed alongside a glass of bubbles.
Address: plac Marszałka Józefa Piłsudskiego 9, 00-001 Warszawa, Poland
Opening Hours: 12pm - 12am on weekends
Website: Bubbles Bar
Potentially some of the best nightlife in eastern Europe
There’s a reason some people say Warsaw has the best nightlife in eastern Europe, partly because of its huge variety and also because of the fact that some parties last all night. If you decide to visit this amazing city, make sure not to miss out on what Warsaw has to offer.
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