You may wonder what “Społem” means and why a club is named just like a chain of Polish grocery stores. It is associated with PRL – Polish People’s Republic and this place is a tribute to those funny times.
“Społem” club is styled down to each detail – communist posters with persuasive slogans are hanging everywhere. Apart from slogans and posters, you may find other gadgets around you – even the DJ is sitting in a big van which reminds us of old Polish series.
Społem is my favourite club in Krakow. I love it for its atmosphere and for the fact that they play so much Polish music. This is a good place to listen to Polish hits of the 80s and 90s, which are played together with world famous jams. Społem means always good fun!
I love ordering a lemonade here – it’s most often served in a jar (poured from the bottle). Nothing strange! Back in the day of PRL shops were empty – who could afford a glass? The club offers a wide range of shots, with names inspired by communist times. Not that expensive and worth trying. Highly recommended, especially during the weekends.