Bulldog is one of a handful of proper British-style watering holes in the middle of the Krakow Old Town. With Bull Pub down the road, and the Irish bars of Jana street nearby, it forms one of the mainstays for the stout-hunting expat crowd but also proves popular with stag dos and hen parties come the midsummer. The joint is small and rowdy. A few tables cluster against the big windows that line the front, spilling out onto a delineated terrace that’s halfway between the Main Square and Maly Rynek, the next square over.
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The atmosphere in Bulldog Bar Krakow
Bulldog Bar Krakow is a popular spot to head to watch sporting showdowns in Krakow. Try to get in early and stake your claim to a seat by the TV if you’re planning that. There’s not all that much space with a good view of the box, and you can guarantee the joint will fill up if there’s Prem footie or Six Nations ruggers on. Bulldog closes at 3 am but opens at 9 am, which is a fantastic time to grab a coffee and settle in to watch the Old Town waking up.
The food and drink at Bulldog Bar Krakow
There’s plenty on the menu to line the stomach before hitting it hard here. The a la carte offering in bona fide pub grub if we ever saw it. You’ve got stacked beef burgers laced with bacon and cheese, plates of potato wedges, panini sandwiches, and Mexicana nacho plates that are great for sharing. When it comes to the beer, there’s always a cheap and cheerful mainstream brand on tap (Perla last time we went) plus a few craft lagers and stouts to mix it up. Feeling dangerous? Move to the shots. Bulldog prides itself on offering strong Jagerbombs and all manner of other in-house shooters that are sure to light a fire under the night.