This place is just off Starowislna, at it's junction with Sienna.
There are several sections within this club, each playing different kinds of music, so there will always be something playing for everyone!
The decor is very funky, with a lot of space to sit down, as this place is very big from inside. It is both long and wide, creating a great sense of space.
Service is good & prompt, and prices are good. No cover charge to enter.
Dress Code: Smart casual.
This is apparently the best Club in town(so its says on the website),although its vast and easy to get lost in the place i felt did not live upto expectations.
It almost felt like i was in a small tunnell dancing to r and b music,with lots of people sweating profuseley.Secondly i was ripped off by the bar man after asking for a Vodka and Red Bull i was greeted with Red Bull and Apple Juice,when i complained the bar man pretended he understood no English.Lastly the place just wasnt my scene,i prefer rock not hip hop.
Dress Code: Dress Smartly no denim jeans.
This is one of the hottest places in the old town. It's a three floors nightclub underground playing techno and dance. Mostly young people, but you'll doing fine if you're 35. Both locals and tourists. Several bar areas and nice interior. Free admission as far as I can remember. Beers around 6 Polish zloty ($1,70). Open til 6am - at least.
Dress Code: Casual
I've never really been there , but it's SAID TO BE the most trendy/jazzy/flashy club in town with the hardest selection and most snobbish guests. If you think you fit in-> try to pass the nice gentleman at the entrance :).
/what you get for it is beer prices starting at 8zl-€2, not my league.../
Dress Code: No sneakers!
No bully look!
No... depending on the selector's mood :)
I've never been to as nice a place without having to pay a cover charge. Very nice bar, dance floor. As many beautiful girls as drunk horny guys (a rarity on earth). I'd suggest this place to guys and girls (although girls should practice the "I'll be right back..." escape move.)
Dress Code: None that I'm aware of, do look nice if you want to be taken seriously by all the "hip" people.
Went to Prozak on a Tuesday and Wednesday night. Good music, cool kids, large dance floor, with a bunch of tables to chill and people watch.
Dress Code: I dont think there was a dress code.