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Little Piece of Italy
September 16, 2009   
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Some restaurants and bars in town are worth a visit not only because of the menu or good service, but because they are the place to go. If you feel like seeing Warsaw at its most cosmopolitan, the Mielżyński wine bar is a must. Located amid trendy clubs and a hairdressing parlor frequented by celebrities, Mielżyński is a high society hangout, so make sure you book a table in advance. You can soak in the ambiance and take a peek at the impressive selection of wines and unrivaled Italian antipasti.

At Mielżyński, the menu reflects the season-for example, chanterelle mushrooms are a summer special. You will find yourself tempted by fried chanterelles with garlic and olive and served with Villa Sparina 2008 DOCG Gavi.

Another delight is tenderloin with chanterelles and Aldo Rainoldi Inferno 2004 Doc Inferno-Vatellina. Wines were selected by owner Robert Mielżyński, who is an expert. Mielżyński knows how to capture the essence of wine-drinking culture and one of the key attractions at his wine bar is the minimalist design that features barrels and shelves filled with wine bottles. The barrels look particularly charming in combination with lanterns and creepers on the summer patio, all of which feels like a piece of Italy in Warsaw.


Mielżyński, 5/7 Burakowska St.
www.mielzynski.pl, tel. 0-22 636-87-09, 0-22 887-38-05
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