Built between 1913 and 1915, the house on the corner that now hosts Energiea Pub, has an impressive history, having ”sheltered”, in turn, several upper-class families and different types of business along the years. Its most notable role was that of a printing house, whose sample work can still be found today inside Energiea. The pub preserves some of its former traits, by still bearing the name of the old printing house, through its overall industrial design and a constant focus on graphic arts.
Energiea Pub is, in my opinion, different from all the other places in Bucharest, since it beautifully manages to create the perfect mix between the old and the new, between tradition and innovation, between industry and human touch. It is a cozy place, mostly because of the dim light coming from the designer lamps inside, with a small terrace and a simple but memorable menu, as far as the original selection and innovative taste of the food is concerned.
This place has recently become the only digital pub in town: by showing your ID you get iPads to use on the premises, free of charge, in order to access information and connect to your personal online accounts. Also, at Energiea, you can now experience the only iBar in the country running a couple of cool interactive applications you can choose from.
Powered by a beer whose brand identity reflects in all the aspects of this venue, Energiea is all about the freedom to experiment: food-wise, music-wise, art-wise, therefore, life-wise.