EVS Diary

Bratislava EVS guide - Places to have a drink

Bars

FABRIKA

This pub owns a minibrewery. It's the perfect place for beer lovers. They also serve food and a great selection of wine if you're not a beer fan. This place has great value for price offer.

Address: Štefániková 4, Bratislava Photo : tripadvisor.co.uk

 

Kontakt

This pub is the meeting point of the fashion industry in Bratislava. In the heart of Staré Mesto, the interior design of the place makes it one of my favorites. If you're hungry you can order food served with a fancy design.

Address: Venturska 12, Bratislava photo : FB

 

Mark Twain

This outdoor pub is a real local treasure. Hidden in one of the Danube meanders, in a tiny old ship that cannot be used for a proper cruise anymore. During the summer months people usually sit in and around the pub till late at night. A very relaxing place thanks to the amazing scenery.

How to get there ? You can get here by foot from ‘SNP’ bridge when you walk along the river direction hotel ‘Kempinsky’. After reaching the ‘Lafranconi’ bridge, go straight till you find a group of people with drinks in their hands and smiles on their faces.

Address: Botanicka 9, Bratislava

 

Pod pyramidou

The terrasse under the inverted pyramid, also known as Slovak Radio host a really nice bar and a community garden. In summer, concerts and open air cinema are also available. Come, enjoy the deckchairs and chill by the garden !

Address: Mýtna 1, Bratislava

 

Papichulo

Situated in a former public toilet, this hidden place on Americké Namestie, is the perfect place to meet your friends to party. The entertainment includes karaoke evenings, all sorts of electronic music parties, and televised sport matches and even beer pong evenings.

Openning hours: mon – sat : 17.00 – 5.00.

Address: Americké námestie 1, Bratislava

 

Cafés and Tea Houses

Avra Kehdabra

A little bit hidden place in nice Grösslingová Street is some kind of combination of café, tearoom and second-hand bookshop. Cozy and comfortable interior design makes you feel like at home.

Address: Grösslingová 49, Bratislava

 

Axioma Café

This is a lovely small cafe in the heart of Bratislava. Axioma is an unusual cafe featuring a large selection of different coffee, tea, wines,... Since there is no food served at Axioma, smoking while sipping your coffee is allowed. Young folks are more than welcome here – there's always some great happy hour on shots, and the library invites to a lengthy stay. You can purchase some of the exhibited books for 1€, howevver most of them are in Slovak.

Address: Cintorínska 3, Bratislava

 

Cafe & Souvenirs Zeppelin

Cafe in Old Town offering a wide range of homemade cakes, pies and traditional pastry "Bratislava rolls", with the atmosphere of "Old Pressburg" where you can buy gifts and souvenirs.

Address: Sedlárska 10, Bratislava

 

Čajovňa v Podzemí

A nice tea house, just under Michal's Gate. It's underground, cosy, you will feel like home.

Address: Ventúrska 9, Bratislava

 

Čajovňa Zamocká

A tea house hidden in a newly built area. There, the atmoshere is very simple and cosy with exquisite teas, pita breads and other treats.

Address: Zámocká 18, Bratislava.

 

Čokoládovňa pod Michalom

The most delicious, thickest hot & cold chocolates in town and a very lovely cafe in the city center. Situated at Hurbanovo namestie, in a building right between the Presidential Palace and Michael’s gate, this place offers amazing hot chocolate but also coffee, tea, alcoholic beverages as well as snacks and cakes. Be aware they accept cash only.

Address: Hurbanovo namestie 1, Bratislava

 

Ginger Cafe Gallery Another cosy place for coffee. It's situated just accross Kino Lumière, in the city center. The place also offers live music on Fridays.

Address: Rajská 5, Bratislava. Don't be affraid to push the door, the café is at the first floor.

 

Kava Bar

A small spot with big atmosphere. Lovely interior, welcoming service, great breakfast with home-baked croissants and amazing cakes.

Address: Skalná 1, Bratislava

 

Next Apache

The name of the place is a play on words with Nech sa pači, here you go in Slovak. This café is really nice and cosy with tons of second hand books on the shelves that you can buy if you haven't finished it with your morning coffee.

Address: Panenska 28, Bratislava

 

Tri—Šty—Ri

Great place to have a snack, a -fair traide- coffee, a cake or a glass of wine. A quiet place in a quiet neighborhood, decorated with taste.

Address: Palisády 34, Bratislava

 

 

Photo credits : visitbratislava.com, Mark Twain, Pod Pyramidou, Kava.Bar and

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