Due to its increasing selection of vibrant clubs and bars, each with their own unique style, Warsaw has officially established itself as one of Europe’s top nightlife destinations. For the ultimate after-dark experience, alternate between the city’s hotspots and some of its finest cultural experiences, and you will have it all. The country’s capital city is also its largest, affording visitors a vast array of activities from music and theatre to trendy venues for a cocktail. Explore the city’s rich history by day and its chic locales by night. These are our picks of the best things to do at night in Warsaw, Poland.
Located in the basement of the National Opera of Poland’s Grand Theater, the Opera Club is a true hidden gem. A huge modern club, the decor is alluringly oriental. Comfortable couches, stone walls, and Buddhist-style furniture create an enticing atmosphere while the scent of incense complements the Far Eastern effect. Small rooms are located throughout the bar and are available for VIP events. There’s space for lounging, a sushi bar for snacks, and a dance floor which hosts popular DJs every weekend. The Chinese shadow theater at the center of the hall is a main attraction of the alluring club.
As one of Warsaw’s most celebrated cocktail bars, with an extensive offering of whisky and live music to boast too, Syreni Spiew has won multiple awards. Over 100 types of whisky and 40 classic cocktails are served including favorites such as Postcard from Havana and Olka Sour. This can all be savored in the elegant interiors of the bar’s modernist architectural facade originating from the ’70s. Glass walls then open the interior up to the trees this building sits within. Live music draws the crowds in each weekend ensuring an upbeat atmosphere. Be sure to try the ‘Whisky of the Month’ for a taste of something new.