‘Join the Corleone family,’ reads the sign above the bar. Omerta is a place for beer aficionados and those who keep re-reading The Godfather. The interior is not much different that what we can usually see in pubs: red leather sofas, dark-coloured furniture, posters on the walls, rows of bottles displayed on shelves under the ceiling. Pictures from Francis Ford Coppola’s movie with the characteristic portrait of Marlon Brando as Vito Corleone at the forefront allude to the name of the pub (‘omerta’ is Sicilian for ‘conspiracy of silence’); Frank Sinatra or Nat King Cole’s songs are playing in the background. Beer fans will be in seventh heaven here: the place has two bars and the hoppy beverage is poured from 30 taps; there are also well over a hundred types of bottled beers on offer. You will find here both Polish craft beers and a selection of world-famous hops (check their FB page for a full list of beer types on offer). The pub also organises screenings of gangster films.