The Incognito club is special for its music, atmosphere and people the come there. The club is open on Fridays and Saturdays from 9pm. On Fridays they play R & B, hip-hop, rap, dancehall and regaaeton music.
On the other hand on Saturdays you can have fun and dance as much as you can to disco and dance music.
Incognito is good place to go for every on. The music is great and there is a big choice of cocktails and alcohols :). Do not miss it!!!!
Lodz Kaliska is a pub situated on Piotrkowska Street. It has a young, vibrant, cosmopolitan feel to the place. The pub consists of three floors and a balcony. The top floor has a dancefloor.
It is open till 2 during the week and till 5 at the weekends.
Beers are arounde 7PLN.
Dress Code: None, thank god!
Great, atmospheric bar where Lodz's international students hang out. On 45 Jaracza Street, off Piotrkowska. It's also one of Lodz's most beautiful buildings
Dress Code: Forget it! Smart clothes are out of the question!
One of Lodz's foremost underground club/pubs - £ódŸ Kaliska is fantastic!
Lots of people, two levels (I don't think there were more), and the weirdest glass-walled toilets you have to experience for yourself to believe.
Beer is wonderful, and cheap - for tourists particularly... and the music is pretty good too.
I didn't go there on a night when a band or artist was performing, but they do, and they're supposed to be real treats, and I'm hoping to experience more later in the year.
Check out the website: http://www.lodzkaliska.pl/
Lodz Kaliska is the home of many of Poland's artists.
Dress Code: No real dresscode, everyone, everywhere, all persuasions - over 18's of course.
ul. Piotrkowska (Piotrkowska Street).
The street is lined with pubs and other clubs. Bar hoping is the best way to go since you have so many different ones available.