Ask The Concierge @InterContinental. Warsaw #98

by Sebastian Brodowski Concierge & Guest Services Manager @ InterContinental Warszawa Member of Les Clefs d’Or Dear Guests, Witamy w Warszawie! We are slowly welcoming spring in our beautiful capital. Residents and the city itself are waking up from their “winter lethargy”. It is a time of year when our surroundings look nicer, people go out…

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New Reviews in Poznań In Your Pocket #46

Get the PDF at poznan.inyourpocket.com Main Feature: Jewish  Poznań Raj  A cross between a Southeast Asian street eatery, grandma’s kitchen and hipster hang-out, their voyage-inspired menu and is printed out on postcards. Those who haven’t managed to get a table can munch away in the back-room cinema, which provides both additional seating and the occasional film screening. Bierhalle  …

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Ask The Concierge @Marriott. Warsaw #97

by ELŻBIETA MISZCZYK Concierge at the Marriott Hotel Les Clefs d’Or member since 2010 Dear readers of Warsaw In Your Pocket, Hello everyone! February and March were not the warmest months of the year in Poland and at this time of year one does not meet colourful tables, full of guests outside. However I have some comforting…

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Wrocław No.38

The new Wrocław in Your Pocket is out. Get the PDF. No longer the European Capital of Culture on paper (it’s on to you, Aarhus and Pafos), but forever so in our hears, Wrocław welcomes you – as always – with a full calendar of cultural events, a growing list of museums including the Four Dome Pavilion and Pan…

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New Reviews in Gdańsk In Your Pocket #51

Get the PDF at gdansk.inyourpocket.com Main Feature: The Tri-city’s Lesser Known Monuments @GDAŃSK – PING PONG  Another reason to stop by the Garnizon development is this cool Asian venue which offers a selection of well-prepared and tasty Far Eastern favourites such as Ramen, Bao (Chinese style filled rolls) and Pad Thai. The menu is a single sheet…

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New Reviews in Kraków In Your Pocket #103

Get the PDF at krakow.inyourpocket.com Feature: Christmas po Krakowsku Khinkalnya  This modestly decorated restaurant full of traditional patterns and folk motifs just before the footbridge to Podgórze is an ode to moustaches and Georgian feasting. The concise menu of traditional specialties offers stuffed flatbreads (khachapuri, our fave) and hot, hearty stews like kharcho and chashushuli, accompanied by a choice selection of…

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New Reviews in Poznań In Your Pocket #44

BO.Poznan (brunch)  The perfect brunch/coffee+newspaper spot, Bo.Poznan is frequented by couples in ironic t-shirts, three-generation families out for a festive breakfast, and caffeine-guzzling laptoppers alike. Homey enough to keep postponing your day’s activities and sit a while longer, they also serve ample portions of food for very reasonable prices. Recommended. Karafka Bistro & Cafe  Located a stone’s throw…

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