Looking for Christmas food inspiration? Panicking because you still haven’t got presents for aunt/uncle/cousin or worse (mom/dad/brother/sister)? This weekend should solve your problems.
SATURDAY, from 12:00 onwards
URBAN MARKET at 1500m2 (Solec 18)
lots of food and the last chance to eat at sto900 (the rumour has it they will tear the place down)
deli / food & home design / kids
VEGE BAZAR at Znajomi Znajomych (Wilcza 58a)
shop for vegan, dairy-free, sugar-free, gluten-free Xmas food – you name it!
not to mention hummous in countless versions.. mmm..
It seems we were the last to visit Kafe Zielony Niedźwiedź after it got flooded with praises and awards. And all of them rightfully earned. During the Editor’s and mine almost-3-hour dinner everything was great- the service, the food and the atmosphere. To be honest, I’m not a great fan of the business clientele, their over-the-table (or under-the-table) transactions and deals closed while eating an expensive steak and not paying attention to that fact at all, but here they somehow blur into a non-invasive landscape. Maybe it’s the interior, with tables located not too close to each other, maybe the beautiful view on the park? Anyway, if you’re afraid it’s gonna be stiff and formal, don’t be- the staff is really friendly and relaxed, but they attend to you when you just need them and they make you feel welcome. We’ve decided to celebrate a special event with a luscious dinner and boy, was it awesome! For starters, we chose foie gras and steak tartare. While I’m not a huge lover of foie gras, this one was perfect: beautifully presented (as were all the dishes), soft and creamy (with no tough or chewy bits), dotted with some frozen foie shavings and served with fruity, sweet and savoury sauce.
Poster Museum (ul. St. Kostki Potockiego 10/16)
22.10-18.01 // 7-10 PLN (Mondays admission free)
On the occasion of 60th anniversary of the Andrzej Wajda’s debut as film director, the Poster Museum in Warsaw has organised an extraordinary exhibition of the international collection of Wajda’s film posters.
Alongside posters of Polish Masters (of so-called Polish Poster School) – Roman Cieślewicz, Wojciech Zamecznik, Wojciech Fangor, Franciszek Starowieyski, Wiktor Górka, Waldemar Świerzy, Jan Lenica, you will see works of other great Polish graphic deisgners – Wiesław Wałkuski, Jakub Erol, Cyprian Kościelniak, Andrzej Pągowski, Marek Freundenreica, Marcin Mroszczak, Rafał Olbiński, and Rosław Szaybo.
Among foreign works presented, you will encounter many great names: Peter Strausfeld, Alain Lynch, Dominique Guillotin, Otto Kummert, Milan Grygar, Pierre Collier, M. Ogasawara, and Erhard Grutter.