I think that's the name of the quiet bar where we had a couple of Zubrowskas. But there are several to choose from both in Szeroka and (especially) around Plac Novy. Be careful with the vodka shots, they are served without benefit of any titbits to munch on so they can go straight to your head!
Dress Code: veeeery informal
In jewish distric Kazimierz you will find so many nice pubs that its waisting a time to describe them. Just go there and try one by one. Donts stay in one place all night. Ys, all night pubs are open mostly till last client leaves. Kazimierz has his own atmosphere. Its so much different. All pubs and restaurants have artistic soul, candled tables, often life music. But each of them is different. Thats my favourite place for a night out
Dress Code: mostly casual
Have you ever read Bruno Schulz's stories? He described imaginary world of a child. In one of them the boy gets lost in a street called "Crocodile street".
"Ulica Krokodyli" is a pub where you feel as if you were in one of those imaginary streets. The ambience reminds old times where there were lots of Jewish inhabitants in Krakow.
Just the music doesn't fit in that place. ABBA, Roxette... but it's worth visiting just to see the place:)