Caru’ cu Bere
National History Museum
This is an excellent collection of maps, documents and artefacts on Romanian national history. It's particularly strong on the country's...
The tiny and lovely Stavropoleos Church, which dates from 1724, perches a bit oddly just a block over from some of Bucharest's craziest...
This popular pub gets the authentic Irish bar look down with dark woods and green ceiling. Grab a table on busy Str Smârdan and settle...
This small Lebanese restaurant may lack a little something in presentation, but it makes up for this with great food, belly-dancing and...
Lonely Planet review
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.