If you’re a fan of the Godfather you’ll probably want to visit a place that pays homage to the drama. According to The Godfather Wiki, “Omertà is a popular attitude and code of honor, common in areas of southern Italy, such as Sicily, Calabria, and Campania, where criminal organizations like the Mafia, ‘Ndrangheta, and Camorra are strong.” A common definition is the “code of silence”. The code of omertà says that: “Whoever appeals to the law against his fellow man is either a fool or a coward. Whoever cannot take care of himself without police protection is both. It is as cowardly to betray an offender to justice, even though his offences be against yourself, as it is not to avenge an injury by violence. It is bastardly and contemptible in a wounded man to betray the name of his assailant, because if he recovers, he must naturally expect to take vengeance himself.”
Knowing all that, you’ll probably expect a place called Omerta to have low lighting, location that’s central but easily unnoticable, wooden finishes, men in suits smoking cigars and secret rooms where shady dealings take place. I can’t speak for the secret rooms as I’ve never been invited to one, smoking is also prohibited indoors so you won’t find anyone blowing smoke in your eyes, but the rest is all there! The menu is dominated by beer from all parts of Poland, but you can also get a decent cup of coffee. After all, Mafiosos like a dark roast.