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We were anticipating this wonderful basement bar with great gypsy music, and very much looking forward to it.
We got there about 10pm as was written on the internet. There were two elderly ladies sitting outside, and one of them told us to come back...More
This little bar is amazing. It’s named after the late husband of the owner (her name sounds like Gizzy) and she speaks enough English to ask if you want beer, wine, or schnapps. There is exactly one option of each, but who cares? You feel...More
A tiny little place, a piece of 1920s, ran by a chatterbox old lady. Evenings here feel like family gatherings in your granpa's vine cellar, absolutely impossible not to love its unique vibe. Yes, it smells like a cellar for about the first two minutes,...More
Imagine gypsy musicians showing up here from their evening gigs elsewhere just to relax. Their idea of relaxing is to play even more outstanding music. Located in a nondescript basement, the Giero is a throwback to the 60s, when live music was just that: live...More
We popped in with my girlfriend quite late on a quiet saturday night , only some locals were singing to the beautiful sound of the violin ; we were drinking shots of pálinka and got totally lost in the beauty of the music,me being from...More