In autumn 2016, a fantastic new place appeared on the map of Warsaw. Built in 1906-1908, the Koszyki Hall, commonly known as the ‘People’s bazaar’, came back to life a couple of months ago. Beautiful historical buildings in Warsaw, revitalised in 2012 by the company Griffin Real Estate, came back to their former glory. The Koszyki Market Hall is teeming with life once more. Nowadays, it is a perfect place for cultural and social meetings. This huge three-storey area contains several dozens of fantastic restaurants, the largest bar in Poland, shops with various groceries, Bazar Koszyki, salons with unusual home accessories and other facilities offering good food where you can have a great time with fine company. Guests can visit as many as 19 restaurants offering food from various parts of the world, featuring: Thai, Spanish, Italian, Polish and Japanese cuisine, among others. What is more, you can check out the services of a bakery, confectionary, cafe and grocery market. Specialised grocery stores offer approximately 100 kinds of cheese from all over the world, organic products as well as designer home accessories. A perfect choice of enthusiasts of sports activity, maintaining physical and mental balance will be an unusual yoga studio. Furthermore, you can expect daily attractions, including: tasting sessions, Q&A sessions with famous writers, workshops for children, exhibitions presenting works of gifted artists, live music at the weekend, various competitions, among other things.