The ugly duckling of the once Jewish ghetto located at the intersection of the 6th and 7th districts is blowing up like never before. Heralded as the source of nightlife since the eighties, it is truly turning into a metropolitan part of the world, and is surpassing the rest of the party world, turning into its own beautiful swan.
Weird but wonderful, this type of place has its own style, and that is something that you will remember for a long time.
This transformation is being done by the bars, pubs and ruin bars opening up in this district and providing their own special atmosphere. One of the bets newer ones is the Csipesz bar, a place that is friendly to new comers, but also has a cool, laid back crowd of regulars and loyalists who like to drink there all night long. Perfect place to get a few in before going to a party or out dancing, as the prices are easy, the drinks are great, and the service is provided by some truly stunning young ladies, who provide service with a smile, a rarity in this city if I ever saw one. The atmosphere is that of the current college milieu of Budapest, and if you don’t know what that entails, you are in for a most pleasant surprise.
Weird but wonderful, this type of place has its own style, and that is something that you will remember for a long time. You may even think of making this your regular go to place for a drink, as it is located near the Gozsdu udvar, smack dab in the center of the city, a stone’s throw from any place you want to see in Budapest.