When I want to spend my evening surrounded by noisy, creative youths, I always visit the Kosatka bar. A cozy room, loft design, assembles a full house here almost every night.
During the day people come here to have a tasty lunch or a business meeting. In the evening, 2 halls are full of party-goers, advertisers, art-directors and other parts of the usual creative community. They discuss the latest news loudly with a glass of Lambrusco or local beer. If you are hungry, I would advise you order a Cheeseburger (served with village-style potatoes) and a wonderful apple pie. In general, the menu will please both vegetarians (Veggieburger is cool) and fans of juicy steaks. Quite often you will wait for your meal a bit longer than expected. But I have never complained about its quality.
The selection of cocktails allows you to start your weekend here. And vinyl turntables, standing quietly at the end of the room during the week, come to life on Friday and Saturday. These days most famous city music lovers play their favorite records in the evening. The sound gets louder and a quiet dinner may well turn into a full-house and dance.
Lastly I want to note the always cheerful and friendly staff here.