Welcome to a place that has a story to tell. This building used to be home to a Jewish prayer house (you can still see the remains of the old painting on the walls). I first visited it when it was known under the name Mezcal and served as a music club. Now it’s called HEVRE, derived from its historical heritage, and still has more exciting features to come.
Let’s start from their offer during the daylight hours. HEVRE is open from 10:00 and welcomes all freelancers to come and get some job done over a cup of coffee. But everybody knows that all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy! Opened in November 2016, HEVRE started as a bar serving great Czech beer in a proper Czech manner. I fell in love with its interior design as soon as I entered the room. The place boasts the most Instagrammed chandeliers in Kraków… well, maybe except for Sababa! Later on, they opened their underground space and became the main talk of the town – and the ultimate place to go and dance the night away. Be it 12am or 12pm, there’s always a good reason to visit HEVRE.