7 great wine bars in Warsaw 2024

By the glass, by the bottle, or to take away – here is the guide to some of the best wine bars in Warsaw when you want a glass of wine or two. All selected by our ambassador Norbert Dudzinski.

  1. Phone: +48 698 656 656

    Address: Fort Służew 1b/U15, Warszawa

    This is a wine bar run by charismatic Marcin Tytus Grabski, founder of iconic Asfalt Records (hip-hop music). The location is quite special; it is in the historic grounds of Fort VIII (Służew district), one of the forts forming the Warsaw Fortress. It is a long building with restaurants and bistros mostly. There is no street nearby so it is quiet and comfortable with crowds of people dining and having fun. A very special vibe. Łaskawość Tytusa offers cold and hot snacks, and you can get cheese and cold cuts as well. The wine list is short but you can get some fantastic bottles, mostly from l...

  2. Phone: +48 786 902 006

    Address: Żelazna 51/53, Warszawa

    Wine First is a wine bistro in Norblin, a post-industrial space full of restaurants and shops. It is in a new business area so you are in the very central part of the city with many options around plus it is very easy to get there. It has comfortable food, a mix of European cuisines, well executed, and based on very good quality ingredients. For a few months a year, there is a huge outside space, and it is part of the main lane so you feel the energy of a big city. You can get some classic wines and safe choices, but there is also a great selection of more exciting wines from producers like M...

  3. Phone: +48 22 628 38 30

    Address: Mokotowska 48, Warszawa

    ​Ale Wino opened in 2013 and is located at 48 Mokotowska street, just one block away from the Down Town district in Warsaw. What is beautiful about it, is that you feel far away from the busy area; to come to Mokotowska street, you need to go through a gate, take an extra turn before entering the probably most charming bistro patio in Warsaw. From there you can find the entrance to Ale Wino. The food is simple and tasty, just as it should be at a top bistro like this. Cold and hot starters, main courses, a few desserts, homemade cold cuts, and some extraordinary homemade bread – just everyth...

  4. Phone: +48 501 764 674

    Address: Próżna 12, Warszawa

    ​Kieliszki na Próżnej means “Glasses on Próżna street”, and is a wine bar created by Beata Gawęda (Vini e Affini wine import) and her husband, Daniel Pawełek (owner of a few restaurants in Warsaw). The food menu is relatively short and based on Polish ingredients. ​You can have beef tartar (one of the best in Warsaw), Polish fish dishes or a selection of Polish cheeses. The food is on a high level in terms of product quality and technic. Small size dishes encourage you to taste different things.

  5. Phone: +48 22 439 05 00

    Address: Czerska 12, Warszawa

    Mielżyński na Czerskiej is the second wine bar of Robert Mielżyński in Warsaw, located in the Mokotów district. It's not a big place; only around 15 tables with a view over the open kitchen. The whole venue looks a bit like a warehouse, and the wines on the shelves take up around 30% of all space. There are a​ few wine guys working here, but to get details about the wine, you need to google it yourself, though correct serving temperature and decent service are provided. There is also a short food menu, where a piece of cheese would be my best recommendation.

  6. Phone: +48 22 636 87 09

    Address: Burakowska 5-7, Warszawa

    Mielżyński na Burakowskiej has a strong position among wine drinkers in Warsaw. It's one of the first true wine venues in the city, located in the Wola district of Warsaw, close to the famous Powązki cemetery. For 6-7 months a year, you can sit in the garden patio and totally forget you are in the big city. Inside there is a huge space for wine, organized like a warehouse. It matches the rest of the interior, with wooden tables and red brick walls. Always crowded, Mielżyński offers some snacks and simple dishes,​ but they are better known for the wine.

  7. Phone: +48 783 196 892

    Address: Wilcza 27, Warszawa

    Rausz – meaning dizziness and excitement – is a wine shop and wine bar with easy-drinking, relatively low budget wines. It is tough to offer great producers and good-quality wine at low prices, but that’s what Rausz is about. It is located in the city centre and is open late, so it is the perfect spot for the last wine stop. It is the kind of place you can go to wearing a bathrobe and everyone is cool about it. You can always get some cheese, bread, sardines and charcuteries to go with the wine. The wines are classic and funky, mainly from Europe with smaller producers from Piemonte, Beauj...