Warsaw by night
After sunset, Warsaw dresses itself in sparkling, colourful lights and glowing neon signs, which were very popular in communist times, and are now making their way back to the streets of the capital. See the historic buildings and monuments, churches and bridges illuminated in the twilight, and mingling with the lights and colours of the city’s nightlife. Visit Nowy Świat and Foksal Streets, packed with bars and pubs, where you can have a shot of Polish vodka or a glass of locally brewed beer. Explore Ząbkowska Street with many restaurants and bars in the Praga district attracting students, and hipsters. And try delicacies at night street food markets or in the legendary Koszyki market hall – historic commercial building from the beginning of the 20th century, carefully restored, which now houses numerous bars and restaurants and is now one of Warsaw’s favourite culinary destinations.
Małgorzata Potocka Sabat Theatre
Małgorzata Potocka’s Sabat Theatre is the only revue theatre in Poland, created on the model of pre-war Warsaw music and revue theatres. It refers to the tradition of French cabarets, Broadway and Las Vegas musical theatres, where you can eat a delicious dinner and enjoy a revue show. Only here the stage becomes a dance floor after the show. Located in the very center of Warsaw, it is an ideal place to spend evening with friends or even organize a corporate event or integration meeting.
Find out more at: teatr-sabat.pl/en