I climbed the tallest mountain, swam the deepest river, in the pit of last night, on a journey that was froth with danger and I found the holy grail or as it is now known as the "Drukarnia Jazz bar".
It is two bars in one, funky place, 7PLN a beer and we got talking to the owner about the Polish women's volleyball team getting the bronze last night.
There is also, what looks like, a very nice restaurant beside the Drukarnia.
Actually Podgórze is an up and coming area in Krakow and there are many pubs/cafe etc
This part is not very true, we went to see if there are any other places and there were but you would not want to go in.
The bar is across the river (Wisła) over to the Podgóorze area, where the new pedestrian bridge is going to be built, when will it be built?, I don't know but they left a pile of rubble there so maybe next summer.
The bridge is only for pedestrians and cyclists and Krakow is becoming more and more cyclist friendly with cycle paths being built pretty much all over the centre.
There are also:
Brand new self-service bike rental stations have been launched in Krakow recently. The stations are located in 11 spots across the city centre:
[cracowonline.com/403,Self-service_bike_rentals_in_Kr.htm] - From here
You can read about the bridge.
This map shows where the bridge will be built and the Drukarnia is on the the south side of it.
Something else of real note in Podgórze and very near the Drukarnia :) is a fantastic Neo-Gothic St. joseph's Church.