When I first went into this pub for the very first time, I found it to be a warm and inviting place just like any real Irish pub. Even though this pub is an Irish theme pub, the place has an individual quality all of its own. There are very few native English speakers in Rzeszow, but if you're looking for some, this will be the place to find them. Plus you'll find plenty of English speaking Poles keen to chat and meet with English people. You can get all the usual Polish beers plus a few English and Irish ones thrown in for good measure (I found Guiness and Newcastle Brown Ale!). You can also buy some traditional polish snack food - Zapiekanka. This fusion of the best of Irish, English and Polish culture is what makes this place great. The pub closes when the last person leaves. If you leave a tip in the tip jar, the bell gets rung (loudly) to let everyone in the pub know about your generosity!
Dress Code: No dress code.
Becuse nightclubs and bars are usually full at weekend evenings so crawling from one place to another becomes a kind of nightlife itself. When I am going out with my friends we usually all meet at The City Hall at 8 and we decide where to go.
You won't find anything unusual in in this town unless you have a little couriosity in the way people live and enjoy their time in Poland. As a foreign tourist you have a great opportunity to grab people's attention without basically doing a thing. So why not make a use of this advantage and join locals to have some fun in local style.
Dress Code: You will probably see that dress code is not something you are expected to follow in the nightclubs. People usually wear clothes that they feel are OK. Unless you are invited for the premiere play of the year in Siemaszkowa Theatre, feel free to wear whatever you like.
Most famous Rzeszow's disco club is Akademia. There some interesting events organized there like miss competitions or concerts of famous rock stars. Apart from that you can have regular disco - party. They play different music depending on the day.
Akademia is the place where you can enjoy your time dancing on the big floor or have a drink in a mezzaine dress circle. The waiters check regularly whether you are enough with drinking or maybe you would fancy one more.
Dress Code: Regular discos do not require wearing any particular dress, people usually come in groups and dress is adjusted within a group. If there are some big events, or special discos like music of 60ties and 70ties then you can put something more 'appropriate'.