It’s not easy to secure a table in the lively interior of two-level PINO at Szczepański Square. But should you manage to accomplish this feat, be sure to appreciate the atmosphere of your surroundings. Although the history of Szczepański Square dates back to the 19th century, its energy is more akin to what you may experience in modern London. In the evenings the place is a beehive of activity! PINO enjoys a spacious, modern interior that skilfully combines brick, stone, wood and glass. The roomy, open, glazed kitchen invites you to take a gander in the direction of hard working cooks. The menu has something for everyone: from Polish classics, through Italian pastas and pizza, to hamburgers and fish dishes. PSST! The neighbouring Old Theatre affords you an opportunity to follow up on an evening of culinary delights with a high culture dessert.