Caru’ cu Bere
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Caru’ cu Bere information
Despite a decidedly tourist-leaning atmosphere, with peasant-girl hostesses and sporadic traditional song-and-dance numbers, Bucharest’s oldest beer house continues to draw in a strong local crowd. The colourful belle epoque interior and stained-glass windows dazzle, as does the classic Romanian food. Dinner reservations recommended.