This pub & restaurant is a very special place because of it's history. In early 60's in this house were located a Theatre of 13 Rows (later the Laboratory Theatre) by Jerzy Grotowski and Ludwik Flaszen. Grotowski was the one of the greatest Polish theatre director, cultural practitioner and thinker. When the theatre moved to Wroclaw, in this place were located a Cultural Association and famous musicians, poets, actors etc. had a meetings there.
Now, this place is divided on two parts - one is pub where you can order a drink or beer and meat too and the second one is the restaurant.
The most I like to order is a mule soup, but it's served only on first weekend of every month.
I can recommand this pub & restaurant, it's really interesting place for personal and official meetings. I visit it frequently.
The stuff is friendly and helpful.
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