These names could be translated into English as “Peace” and “Quiet”. They are two spots next to each other, not necessarily visible from the main street. You need to enter the courtyard and afterwards take the stairs, located in the corner on the far left. Afterwards you either choose the door to your left or right, and there you’ll find, respectively, Peace and Quiet.
Both can be described as something between a bar and a café, mostly visited by young people (on average in their twenties), where you can study or meet with friends. The interior is quite funky and colorful, which contributes to the general positive vibe. It’s also possible to get a panini, toasts or cake – they are prepared daily and usually gone before the evening. I personally also enjoy the seriously large coffees.
What’s also worth mentioning is juices (they should be called syrups). In Poland it’s common, especially among women, to drink beer with “juice”, that is a splash of syrup. The flavors you get in bars are raspberry and ginger. However, in Spokój and Cisza you can get all sorts – I recommend elderflower, kiwi and peach. The choice is so big though that you really should not limit yourself to these three.