Kita Koguta from Krucza Street spread its wings even wider. Approximately 50 metres away from Kita Koguta, a new cocktail project inspired by the TIKI culture will be established. The fascination with a cultural blend, typical of this phenomenon, is expressed with the interior design, flavours of cocktails and snacks served on original ceramics as well as with the atmosphere.
Here, the menu is not just a list of recipes. It is provided in the form of a wooden album full of cocktail postcards. As usual when it comes to postcards, they can be sent to your friends and relatives straight from KITI.
People with a huge appetite can count on filling snacks, combining insular and oriental inspirations.
At KITI, you can stay on the ground floor, where the bar – the main attraction of all Kita Koguta’s projects – is located, or go upstairs to the mezzanine, following the patron of the venue – a massive wooden totem. Up there, you can count on comfortable armchairs and two zones with wardrobes full of sunny drinks, featuring rum, tequila and mescal.
The idea of the new concept of Kita Koguta is to provide loose atmosphere and spread happiness in compliance with the principle: “more than cocktails”.