Strada Stavropoleos 5, Bucharest 030081, Romania - Map
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A true living legend and one of the oldest breweries of Bucharest, Caru' cu Bere was opened in 1879 in the old inn of Zlatari and 20 years later it moved to Stavropoleos Street where it dwells up to present day. The brewery is a place brimming with history and tradition, where seemingly nothing has changed. The architecture reminds everyone stepping inside why Bucharest was once considered little Paris, the murals, stained glass and carved rails ... read more
being distinctive elements of the brewery. The same party spirit, reminiscent of Bucharest's exuberance in the early twentieth century is still very much present today. If you’re lucky, you’ll witness a live band sing and dance, while you’re enjoying the traditional specialties over dinner. Not unlike many other landmark cafes and restaurants around the world, Caru cu Bere used to be a hangout spot for Romania’s most famous writers and novelists of the once belle époque. Apart from the beer, brewed upstairs after a secret original recipe, Caru 'cu Bere is famous for an array of traditional dishes, amongst which are the frankfurters with its specialty house horseradish.