“ Ul. Wilcza 58a / Warsaw / Poland / Tel:+48 (22) 6224007 „
Nobo Bar is a pub/club/restaurant in Warsaw,
The address: Ul. Wilcza 58a
A bar that I definitely don't recomend going to unless you want to be amidst the wannabe elite solarium and weird glasses brigade. Nobo is located fairly centrally, in a courtyard off Wilcza street. I would never go there normally but some friends of ours organised a small get together there and I would have happily remained in the pub we were rather than traipsing across the city during half time of Poland v Austria.
Dimmed red neon lights, that you find in "trendy" clubs these days are the flavour of the day, drinks are more expensive than the majority of pubs in Warsaw and no Polish beer is available, only Heineken and Paulaner on the pump. One thing you can say about this pub is that the seats are very comfortable, the clientelle is a bit snobbish, I hadn't noticed until a few minutes in as I was focussed on the match but my girlfriend pointed out that it was mostly populated by metrosexuals with pink shirts, fake tan, ridiculous square glasses, harmless enough but pretty irritating all the same!
The pub is a bit over the top, it has one large screen in the first room (though this may be temporary as it's not usually a sports bar), a small corridor between the first room and the second room, the second room has one of those "sit down on an enormous bunch of pillows" arrangement, which some people consider comfortable but it irritates me no end, I just end up cramped (I'm crap at crossing my legs) with pins and needless! Even if you do find it comfortable, it's right by the toilet which has a steady flow of visitors (to be fair it was amazingly clean) and opposite an open kitchen. Bad layout, bad choice of beer, high prices, annoying people, silly light. As Tarzan would say, nogo nobo bar!
I won't go into details of the culinary menu, as I'm not recommending the place and think you could do far better.
You'd be hard-pushed to find a more smooth and sultry bar than this in town, and canny cavaliers will find it a congenial place for a bit of Casanova style romancing.