Między Nami (“between us” in English) is one of the oldest modern cafes in Warsaw, opened back in the ’90s. It’s located in the cosy Bracka Street which you can admire through the large windows while sitting either on the ground floor, the mezzanine or, in warmer seasons, on the large outdoor terrace.
This spot is open all day so I often come here at different times for a different purpose. In the morning you can have a tasty breakfast and coffee; in the afternoon regular food from the weekly rotating menu, and in the evening it’s mostly a bar with drinks, cocktails and music. Their food menu is short but they take care to ensure that it is healthy and prepared from fresh ingredients.
Między Nami is also involved in cultural activity e.g. they publish their own artistic photography magazine and music CDs.
It’s also known for being LGBT friendly and is a popular spot for meetings of people from the community, therefore you will always feel welcome here.