The Nowy Square in the Kazimierz district in Kraków is a place that’s buzzing around the clock. Indeed, day or night, the hustle and bustle remains the same. In Bazaar, which is made to resemble a French bistro, things are to a large extent similar, although the atmosphere here is markedly different from the neighbouring bars that serve beer and cocktails. Long counter connected to an open kitchen is the heart of this restaurant, while its decor is dominated by the trendy trio of wood, brick and elegant blacks. Their cuisine is based on locally sourced products. The menu also has a section with regional dishes, called ‘Małopolskim szlakiem’ (Route through Małopolska). Interesting wine list, with most labels sold by the glass. It is wise to book a table in advance because even though it does not close until 2 a.m., the place is always packed. PSST! Bazaar’s bakery makes a batch of French baguettes every day!