- Prema Chablani
Winestone is a small, intimate bar in the Mercure Grand Hotel in the center of Warsaw. Located in the lobby of the hotel, the bar is incredibly comfortable with a good wine selection. The food is good and the service is fast and professional. The atmosphere can get lively and busy at times but usually it is a nice place to relax and enjoy a quiet meal while savoring a delicious glass of wine. For a hotel restaurant and bar, everything is reasonably priced. If you are up for tasting several wines, you can choose between a 15-centiliter or 25-centileter glasses indicated by the lines on the side of the wine glasses.
Krucza 28, Warsaw, Poland, +48 22 583 2555
Boathouse Wine Lounge
With a rotating list of world wines, this is one of the best wine bars in Warsaw. With a smart and relaxed interior, just seconds away from the river, the bar is an amazing place for wine lovers. The wine bar has an amazing Sunday brunch, combining cuisines from the Mediterranean with a fusion of Spanish, Greek and Italian food. Sitting on the riverbank, the bar offers a great view and a romantic atmosphere. Boathouse Wine Lounge can be a bit pricey but you pay for the atmosphere and the quality and range of the wines, which is worth it.
Wał Miedzeszyński 389A, Warsaw, Poland, +48 22 616 3223
Wejman Wine Bar
Wejman Wine Bar has a cozy and warm ambiance along with a great wine list from around the world. The staff are helpful and knowledgeable about their wines, while the menu also offers some small bites and nibbles, cold tapas, breads, and cheeses to accompany the wine. The bar gets busy after 8pm but during the day, the peaceful atmosphere is very quiet and tranquil, giving customers a lovely space to enjoy their wine. The bar is right in the center, located next to a whisky bar, and though it’s not typically polish, Wejman Wine Bar is worth a try.
Zgoda, 4, Warsaw, Poland, +48 661 661 150
For a little bit of Spain in Poland visit La Viña, a charming wine and tapas bar. The bar is quiet early on in the day but gets quite busy and exciting in the evening. The decor reproduces a Spanish tapas bar in the middle of Warsaw and the food is fresh, delicious and most importantly, authentic. The bar has limited its selection of wines to just Spanish wines, but the selection of Spanish wines is incredibly large.
Tarczyńska 1, 02-025, Warsaw, Poland, +48 22 416 2750
Winosfera is Warsaw’s favorite wine bar. With such a large selection of wines, the wine bar has risen in popularity over the years. And in addition to the much-loved wines, the food is delicious. The restaurant can appear small from the outside but it is actually quite large, with its own bookable movie theater. The open kitchen allows customers to see exactly how the chefs prepare their beautifully presented dishes. They offer a great twist on eastern European foods and can be expensive but the wine is all reasonably priced.
Chłodna 31, Warsaw, Poland, +48 22 526 2500