Don’t expect any refinement in this down-to-earth joint on the very edge of the Old Town. Simple and folksy, its décor seems to stem straight from the days when Brezhnev et al. held sway in these parts. But there’s certainly nothing Soviet about the food, which is indelibly Polish. Pierogi (traditional Eastern European dumplings) are the top pick, and they’re served (often to inebriated folk fresh from the Krakow pub crawl) all night long!