now we know!
Where bagels come from- LOL- of course the eastern European Jews brought their traditional foods with them to the new country but the tradition lives on in the old country. This is in the main square in Old Town Warsaw... along with "bagel" vendors, there is artwork for sale and turquoise shops, as well as many outdoor cafes and restaurants. This is also a perfect spot for people watching while indulging in a beer or other beverage....
late night hunger
can be handled in the most modern American way despite the fact that Old Town Warsaw is thousands of miles from NYC... have a "hot dog" style sausage and a coke...LOL
This is in the main square in Old Town Warsaw... along with "bagel" vendors, artwork for sale and many outdoor cafes and restaurants there are many turquoise shops selling jewelry from souvenirs to high quality items in amber and turquoise. This is also a perfect spot for people watching while indulging in a beer or other beverage....
all sort of handicrafts are available in the market near Old Town Square- fine original artwork to wood carving to things made of corn husks and straw.... whatever suits your budget and taste!
it doesn't get any better
the outdoor dining in old town brings lots of options and the evening under the deep blue skies of midsummer is even more spectacular. lots of choices for places to spend your dining dollars with all kinds of cuisines - it doesn't get more lovely than an evening here.