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Art on the Menu
August 1, 2013   
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Two new cafes with an arty flavor will soon open at the Dramatyczny Theater’s Na Woli and Przodownik venues in Warsaw. The project is being coordinated by El瘺ieta Komorowska, the manager of two well-known clubs in Warsaw—Sen Pszczo造 and W Oparach Absurdu. Last year, Britain’s The Guardian newspaper named the clubs among Warsaw’s top 10 hangouts.

Sen Pszczo造 (A Bee’s Dream) in Warsaw’s Praga district, east of the Vistula River, opened in 2010 and instantly became a local landmark. Originally located on In篡nierska Street, it recently moved to the Koneser culture center after a fire, but has continued to draw crowds with a mix of concerts, exhibitions, poetry readings, movie screenings, fashion shows and plays staged by visiting theater troupes.

Sen Pszczo造 is particularly trendy among journalists, actors, musicians and college students who come to listen to concerts by the likes of Dona Rosa, El Puchero Del Hortelano and L.U.C. The club also joined forces with Warsaw’s Fine Arts Academy for a series of exhibitions entitled Backyard in Praga.

The W Oparach Absurdu cafe, with a fanciful name that means “in a mist of the absurd,” was established in 2006 and has a similar reputation as a trendy, avant-garde venue. A concert by Marek Dyjak, a musician who has been dubbed Poland’s Tom Waits, earned a mention in The New York Times. According to Reader’s Digest magazine, meanwhile, there are nights when finding a table at W Oparach Absurdu is nothing short of a miracle.
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