My time in Kraków was filled with “firsts.”
First time using AirBnB, first time exploring a city by myself, and… first time visiting a cat cafe!
After a rainy, somber afternoon in Auschwitz, I got dropped off by the tour company in the Main Market Square. As I was walking back to the apartment, I found it.
Kocia Kawiarnia Kociarnia, Kraków’s one and only kitty cafe.
The coffee bar was separated from the kitty area by a “wardrobe” that you walked through after ordering your drink. Very Narnia-esque.
The inside was littered with kitty toys and, of course, actual kitties. Most were tucked away sleeping, since that’s pretty much all that cats do ever.
I ordered a flat white.
THIS LATTE ART THO ❤
I didn’t stay too long, mostly cause I don’t really like cats. But it was a fun experience. Any entrepreneurs out there wanna help me start a French Bulldog cafe back in LA? 😉
I was hungry for dinner by the time I left, so I Yelped for places nearby and landed on…
Glonojad. Just a 10 minute walk from the kitty place.
The concept was very “Traditional Polish with a healthy, hipster take.”
I ordered Pierogi filled with lentils (!) which were AMAZING. Plus two side salads.
And then 2 more side salads, cause I’m a hungry hippo.
All this food for under $6! Love, love, love.