La Caña Loca is a hidden treasure of Krakow’s Kazimierz district. For those of you who know this gem as La Caña Tapas Bar – news flash! – the place has just moved to a new address and changed its name. Do not worry! It took the famous campervan and the unparalleled atmosphere along with it! The current La Caña Loca location is set just about 5 minutes from the Jewish Quarter main spots but is only known to few. So if you decide to try and find it, and you reach a dark alley, do not hesitate and follow the lights!
To the point – the menu is kept short but sweet with great (quality and portion-wise) paellas, delicious calamari sandwiches, and yummy guilty-pleasure patatas bravas. La Caña Loca offers a decent selection of wines, beers, and of course sangria!
The place has a great outdoor space with plenty of tables and colorful lights hanging, and I already know I’m going to spend many, many hot summer evenings there.
For now, though, it’s a great spot to hibernate with Spanish music – sometimes from a speaker and sometimes played live – yummy food, pitchers of sangria, and Tapas Thursdays!