September openings

From September 10th, in Warsaw Breweries, you are able to drink beer brewed on the spot. But this is just the beginning of the openings planned for this month.

Meet the places that will join the brewery family later this month.

Beer returned to Warsaw Breweries!


After nearly two decades, beer is brewed again in the same place where the famous Haberbusch and Schiele plants used to be.

The most anticipated opening, Warsaw Brewery, is a culinary and entertainment project in which not only the fate of contemporary brewing in the capital city, but also in the gastronomy of the capital city is at stake.

All beer connoisseurs are now able to choose from 18 types of delicious craft beer. For those who like traditional tastes - the legendary Grodziskie and Porter, known from the heyday of these former Warsaw Breweries. For those looking for new products - two completely new beers: American Pale Ale and Milkstout that already managed to be awarded during the oldest brewing competition in Poland: Chmielaki Krasnostawskie.

Gourmands, on the other hand, will be delighted by the cuisine serving modern, varied dishes based on the heritage of the legendary gastronomy of Warsaw and Lviv. There will also be delicacies from around the world.

Warsaw Bewery opened on September 10th
in the basement of the former Leżakownia at 56 Grzybowska Street.

Crazy Butcher


"Crazy" in the name Crazy Butcher in Browary Warszawskie can be treated easily as a promise of crazy pleasure, which you will feel while biting into their meats. Because Crazy Butcher is the number one butcher in Warsaw for many.

This is the place to buy the best steaks in the city, but not everyone knows that the local lamb is also a big deal. Drop by for some amazing charcuterie, pork or carefully selected poultry.

What is the reason of Crazy Butcher's success? Along with exceptional service, big part lays in their own farm in Masuria (near Gołdap), where, among others, meat breeds of cows and sheep are bred. 

Opening in September
61 Krochmalna Street
 


Japonka

Emotions, no compromises, music and original taste.
This is how Japonka - their new, cool casual project is described by Linh Nguyen and Dawid Uszyński.

The menu was structured in such a way as to share all dishes,
and the meal was a passage through various culinary techniques - from sashimi and sushi to robata grill dishes or real tempura.

Both owners are really obsessed with offering the best quality of produce. 5A grade Japanese beef or the extremely fresh seafood or fish. Which, you could have already notice visiting Japonki Warsaw Breweries and the Azjatka delicatessen.

Opening on September 17th
56 Grzybowska Street


Gastronomja 


Gastronomja is a carnivore restaurant with a choice of slow roast ribs, pork, lamb, and seasoned beef steaks. The menu also includes classics of Polish cuisine. The chef is Daniel Saczuk, who worked for many years in well-known restaurants such as "U chefs" at the Europejski Hotel, then at "Soul Kitchen" and "Żebra i Kości".

Some of dishes will be prepared or finished right at your table. It could be either the Polish tartare or the French swetbreads. And this is little forgotten French service style. The Gastronomja kitchen is also open, and not only open to the curiosity of the eyes of regulars who like to sneak peek behind the kitchen doors. This openness will allow you to take a place around the kitchen to enjoy your food in front of chefs and sous-chefs while they prepare your dishes and desserts.

Opening in September
56 Grzybowska Street

Food Hall


Food Hall Breweries ​will present the highest level of culinary emotions on the lowest floor of the former Storage Cellars building - an important part of the historic Haberbusch and Schiele Brewery. The author of its idea (and execution) is Aleksander Likus. 12 eateries will be located in the historic cellars of the building, made of 19th-century brick arches, formerly known as the "cellars of time" - restored with care and attention to detail.

First of all, it is supposed to be a place for social meetings. friendly outings, family occasions, a way of spending free time and an opportunity to discover new tastes. A place where history, art and gastronomy merge in harmony and become an arena for unforgettable experiences.

We aren't cutting the ribbon yet, we are not opening the champagne and we are not revealing all the cards. We know, however, that the 1,500 meters that Food Hall Breweries will hold in its possession will provide unforgettable impressions and countless dilemmas as to what to eat, drink and experience here today.

Opening in September
Haberbuscha i Schielego Street