- Lots of beer meets lots of stick-to-your-belly meals at this restaurant/brewery, stationed in the middle of Warsaw's picturesque promenade, Nowy Swiat Street. The main attraction here is a built-in mini-brewery (hence the name beer hall') where patrons can watch the fermenting process of the golden beverage, a visual pleasure many skip in favor of tasting the refreshing results. The menu is said to contain "bloody good food" referring to the special meaty offerings that include traditional Polish dishes such as pierogi, Golonka (roasted pork knuckle), and Bigos (a combination of meat and sauerkraut).
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