Beside being a place where you can experience a Romanian night, the building itself is quite impressive and exquisite. It reminds whoever steps foot in it why Bucharest was once called 'Little Paris'. This place attracted important personalities of that time and it was where the old aristocracy of Bucharest gathered. Famous poet George Coșbuc was one of the usual clients, together with Octavian Goga and I.L. Caragiale, other important writers of the time.
Along with the beer, the house specialty was hot dogs with horseradish, and the famous boeuf salad. Today, Caru' cu Bere revives these old traditions. Tasting a beer made after the house's unique recipe and enjoying a typical menu of the old times, allows people to savour the taste of old times.
Open every day, and with live music on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings, the atmosphere of the old times is still present and it reminds of Bucharest's exuberance from the beginning of the 20th century.
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