The hottest spots for visitors wishing to mingle with the town‘s cool kids and to explore and fully experience the local alternative culture.
If you‘re looking for a really exceptional foody experience, explore the many stylish cafés, bistros, and restaurants with cozy atmosphere, and original homemade specialties ranging from heavenly comfort foods to super healthy vegan meals, great coffee, as well as creative cocktails.
Discover brand-new and well-established restaurants, the best community spots, funky little cafes with homemade products and underground night joints, where you can meet the local trendsetters, be it in design, art, music, food or fashion.
You’ve come to the right address. Altitude Restaurant is a legendary spot with the best view of Bratislava and surrounding countries from the highest vantage.
Come enjoy the exotic flavors of excellent Indian cuisine close to the city center.
Enter the true Beer Palace! Right in the historical heart of Bratislava, a few steps from Hviezdoslav Square, there is the Beer Palace for you. You will enjoy the best beer, the most delicious food from regional and international cuisine, and lots of fun.
A place where your soul will be delighted on the waves of the most delicate tastes, which combines the touch of bitter beer-brewing alchemy and the dainty appetite of Slovak and Czech gourmandise.
Books, coffee and snacks in a „grown up cool“ style – that‘s Foxford with its three spacious coffee shops (or borderline restaurants, if you will). The slightly confusing menu offers interesting snacks and light meals, and of course, no Coke or Pepsi, only original, creative concoctions and various caffeinated beverages.
The Urban Space became impossibly popular right after its opening, thanks to its contemporary décor, magnificent cakes, delish avocado toasts, and of course the yummy chai latté!
All roads lead to Rome, but we know that the way of geese leads to the 100-year tradition of roasted geese in Slovenský Grob.
The pleasant restaurant with the atmosphere of old Pressburg can be found right in the heart of the historic city centre.
Enjoy excellent Slovak dishes with good beer or home-made wine in our restaurant located in the building from the 18th century.
Don’t be surprised to queue in a line here since the New York style hotdog mania has just arrived in Bratislava.
Ask for the best street food in Brati slava and most people will probably send you to try Orbis.
Started by a former advertisement industry pro, this underground bar and eatery successfully proves you don‘t need to be trained in hospitality to cook truly brilliant food.
Some say these guys whip up the best burgers in town. They proudly use natural ingredients: top-notch juicy meat sourced from local farmers, superb chewy buns and secret homemade mayo; all this for a reasonable price.
Enter a world full of passion, flavors and exciting entertainment. The RIO GRANDE RESTAURANT, NIGHT BAR and CAFÉ all offer a special experience. Just go off Hviezdoslavova Námestie to Panská ulica.
SAN MARTEN BAR & RESTAURANT is located in one of Bratislava´s historical buildings in the city center, next to Saint Martin´s Cathedral.
Slovak people love their soup. There‘s probably no pub or restaurant that wouldn‘t be serving hot chicken broth or tomato soup, sometimes even instant or straight from a can!
After their recent move to much larger premises, St. Germain has lost some of its personality, but there‘s still plenty to love: fabulous burgers with avocado salsa on top, homemade cakes and lemonades, plus decent wine make this charming „café with a French twist“ a place brimming with joie de vivre.
A small café chain carrying the name of an important historical figure Ludovít Štúr. Stur single-handedly jumpstarted the city‘s original coffee shop revolution, and still holds its popularity to this day.
Strong coffee, wide variety of tasty homemade lemonades, and pretty good food: U Kubistu manages to impress even the pickiest caffeine nerds and foodies amongst us.
A unique observation tower, a bar and a restaurant are located at the very top of the SNP bridge pylon.
Larger (and noisier) sister of the original Gorila named Urban House presents customers with more food options, a lot more comfortable chairs, plus a DJ stand, which makes it a definite addition to a must visit list.
Tucked away at the very end of one of the longest streets in the city centre, Vegan bar is definitely worth the short walk
If you wish to taste the selected specialities from the cuisine of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, look no further. Zylinder is just as traditi onal as it only goes.