With the first authentic rays of sun comes the need of all the residents of the city of Bucharest for a mouthful of air and…beer/s on a/several terrace/s!
Ever since I discovered this, I look forward to the terraces opening for one place in particular which, in the cold season, is mainly reserved and visited for the gigs of both local and international bands. Some of the best performances I have ever seen were on the stage of this alternative club called Fabrica (The Factory).
Fabrica opened its terrace again last summer, with quite an impressive capacity, a colorful design, really good pizza (and so many other tempting and accessible soups, salads, main courses and desserts) you can serve until late in the night, generous 1-liter cocktails and some other benefits and facilities: bio cookies shop, climbing wall & accessories, skate park, kids’ playground etc. all of which, in fact, make it a true ”downtown resort”.
Fabrica really looks like the product of an urban movement, but in an extremely friendly and playful way, as if it were shouting: make beauty out of ugliness, make fantasy out of the old and the rusty, add some RGB to this terribly depressing grey and regain control over your city and your personal lives! And in case this proves not to be enough of a statement for one night, you can add some music and dancing to it, just by paying a visit to one of ”the tenants” of Fabrica, the B52 Club next door.