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Slow Food is a term gaining more and more attention in Poland. And for good reasons- eating heatlhy can be fun and local produce will guarantee freshness and support for local farmers. This initiative takes place at BioBazar- a well-known venue for all organic food shoppers, but it’s not just a market (although of course there will be plenty of sellers, so take your shopping bags with ya!), but also a day of educational workshops and lectures. It starts with a 10a.m. breakfast (you need to register for that one: email@example.com), and later in the day you can learn how to minimise wasting food at home, how to make good bread, how to cook non-gluten food and what to do with that 5-kg pumpkin you bought yesterday. There are also fun workshops for kids, so you can take them along and they will certainly have a good time. All the details can be found here (PL).
Thank God that I have a great Polish friend that always accompanies me in my adventure of exploring new food places and in search for the best brunches. She hasn’t lived in Poland for some years now and I’m new here (two aliens in Warsaw!) so we heard about Sto900 last spring and knew we had to go there for their brunch. I had to go there three times because I wanted to show it to different people and it’s always a good excuse to go back, right? The place is right next to 1500m and they share a small and sunny patio, great for when there is a market and to put tables outside. Unfortunately, winter is coming so let’s forget this idea and focus on the cute and comfortable space inside sto900. This hipster restaurant doesn’t have the traditional furniture and that’s what’s interesting. You will find different sofas, old and not-so-old chairs, different types of tables, and most of them seem to have come from your grandma’s house! Sto900 is also dog-friendly and good for kids, with a small room in the back where they can play and even write on walls.
Polish Central Park coming to life in Ursynów
Close to the city center, nearby business center of Mokotów. It has its own lakes, basketball pitch, jogging lanes and Kids Club. There is a new upcoming part of Southern Warsaw – Central Park Ursynów.
The new investment by ul. Kłobucka 8 is designed with an unhidden expansion : in 23 buildings located on over 24 acres around two thousand new flats will appear soon. The investor – Murapol SA built already several attractive locations, such as: Prosta Tower, Melody Park – Mokotów, Wiatraczna Residence – Grochów), and it planned a real city in a city. Space of the new investement was planned for young, active inhabitants. Especially for them green spaces, pitches and jogging paths will be created. The service spaces are planned to be cafes, restaurants and a kids club to fulfill parents needs.