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London, United Kingdom
May 31, 2007
Carpe Diem was recommended to us in a local restaurant and I’m so glad it was. What a fabulous club. It has a variety of rooms, the main bar room, the dance floor and a couple of seating areas. We spent most the night either seated in the small gangway room, with a motorbike and sidecar in it, or on the dance floor. Good selection of rock music with some dance thrown in for good measure. Dance floor can be pretty cramped and very hot but it has a great atmosphere and people are friendly.
Drinks are the usual Polish cheapness; to be honest I can’t remember how much but know it was cheap. Watch out at the door, we got asked for ID, despite being 30, we didn’t have any and paid 50zl for two people to get in. Our friends behind us paid 50zl for six people to get in. Offer the smallest amount you have if asked to pay; they seem willing to accept whatever you offer. Think its open till 4am, that’s around when we left. If you need a snack after head across the square take the second road on the right and there’s a kebab place.
From journal Weekend break in Krakow
by Liam Hetherington
Manchester, United Kingdom
July 20, 2006
This is a local club for local people, despite its location. The beer is cheap. People seem to have their usual seats in the alcoves and niches off the main bar. The club room is entirely undecorated, save for some camouflage netting over the DJ booth. Black-clad youths pogo and sway. The usual chat-up tactic seems to be for a girl to violently swing her head and whack you with her ponytail. I'm still finding hairs in my mouth 5 days later. If you are into your rock and want to meet like-minded locals, I'd imagine that this is the place for you. I wasn't that impressed myself (I like my music and poppier). Mind you, we got in for free and the beer was cheap, perfectly fine for just one before you head elsewhere!
From journal The Stags of Krakow