Summer! As we release our anniversary issue, the city has already largely switched to an outdoor mode of eating, drinking, partying, and relaxing. In July and August you can take a free outdoor yoga class (p.14), enjoy films while lounging on the grass (p.14), go on a tour of the Jewish Heritage Trail (p.14), and take advantage of the many outdoor festivals (pp.15-16) taking place during this time of year. To really get a feel for the local culture, follow Poznanians to their favourite summer hang-outs, like the Social Night Market (p.50), the riverside KontenerART(p.68), and the many beer gardens (p.70) in town. For cooling off, it’s off to Lake Malta (p.40) and its many loud attractions, or the more chilled-out Lake Rusałka (p.42).
The warm season is also the perfect time to explore on foot or rickety rental bike. Our recommendations include taking a self-guided tour of Poznań’s street art (p.25), breathing in military history (or just enjoying the greenery) at Citadel Park (p.37), and checking out the narrow streets and small restaurants of Śródka (p.36). Whatever you choose to do, we hope you have a wonderful time in the city of billy goats and croissants. As always, for questions or comments don’t hesitate to contact us by e-mail at email@example.com or on FB.
It’s our 50th issue! In Your Pocket has been covering Poznań since 2002, and to celebrate we’re looking at how the city and our guide have changed since that time. Read all about it: 50 guides and counting.
New reviews. Restaurants, cafes galore and more.
A daily offer of cakes, cupcakes, and jars piled high with oreos, M&M’s, Kinder Surprise eggs, caramel, sprinkles, bits of chocolate, and entire candy and ice cream bars. Read more
A long countertop with bar stools, focusing on California-style pizza and white wine spritzers. Read more
Basically great breakfast & coffee. Changing menu featuring versions of popular brekkie dishes like decked-out bagles, shakshouka, porrige, frittata, French toast, granola, eggs, and more. Read more
DOMU Kitchen & Friends
A laid-back Polish-American-Italian establishment, offering BBQ ribs, pasta, pizza, burgers, grilled pork neck, the pulled pork bowl, and more. Recommended wine pairings are listed. Party venue on weekends. Read more
A new twist on traditional Wielkopolska dishes, including goose breast, duck, gzik (cottage cheese with potatoes), tartare, and sour rye soup. Breakfast served until noon. Read more
Bushimi Sushi Burrito
Sushi burritos are indeed a thing. Basically, a burrito-size hand roll with interesting fillings. Chek it out! Read more
Polish snacks and small dishes like beef tartare, sour rye soup, and potatoes with quark cheese plus lots of booze including vodka (try their own pear-flavoured kind), craft beer, prosecco, and mixed drinks. Read more
A unusual drinking spot besides Wieniawskiego Park, it is an alternative to the boisterous drinking scene of the old town. TIP: skip the food and stick to the booze. Read more
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