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📍 Since 2009, the Oprea Soare Manor hosts the gastronomic brewery Hanu Berarilor, which has a capacity of 800 seats and a varied menu, consisting of traditional Romanian products combined with the current cuisine. From the available dishes, you can find picturesque snacks, from cold platters to the exclusive pork tenderloin. The inn continues the tradition of selected dishes, promising good cheer for all who cross its threshold. 

📍 The Gastronomic Brewery from the center of Bucharest, Hanu ’Berarilor – Elena Lupescu Manor is the brewery that everyone is looking for. The beer is plentiful, the grills are always full of meat, and the joy is at home. Elena Lupescu Manor is delightful with its bold architectural personality, adapted to current conditions.

With a relaxed atmosphere, both the indoor lounges and the gardens of Hanu ‘Berarilor brewery, welcome you with that atmosphere of “let’s have another beer and not mention work”. One of the most famous breweries in Bucharest always surprises with the gastronomic variety offered but also with the different well-known varieties of beer. Brewer’s Tip: “Try the House Beer!” And Butcher’s: “Don’t miss the duck legs or the juicy ribs.”

Hanu ’Berarilor is also famous for the Papanasi Factory, our famous ”papanas” can be served with cherry or blueberry jam, both homemade. The Baker recommends them.

Hanu’ Berarilor has 3 locations in Bucharest: Hanu’ Berarilor Oprea Soare Manor and Elena Lupescu Manor and a Hanu’ Berarilor Restaurant – Henri Coandă International Airport.

Becker Bräu is one of the oldest breweries in Bucharest. The Tank Ursus beer flows rivers, the grills are always full of meat, and joy is at home.

It can accommodate 250 people inside and also as many outside. The terrace is open to all those who want a beer but also delicious dishes. Like a real brewery, the location delights the taste buds of any appetizer. If you want to benefit from the unforgettable atmosphere, come on the terrace or inside.

The menu is varied, you can choose to enjoy the original recipe of the goulash soup, pork drumstick, or veal shoulder and you can also choose strudel with apples and vanilla ice cream. But if you love to taste new delicious dishes, at Becker Bräu you have to try the meters: chicken, sausages, skinless sausages, or beer.

With a history of over 140 years, Caru ‘cu bere has been and continues to be a symbol of the historic center of Bucharest since 1879, being the favorite meeting place for both local people and foreign tourists, whether we are talking about normal individuals or personalities like I.L. Caragiale, George Cosbuc, the Crown Prince of Japan or the band The Rolling Stones.

Weddings, baptisms, celebrations, parties, are enlivened by old or new music, dancers from our country and from overseas! A happier and more lively place like this you will never find again! Tradition has it that since the times when the famous Santa Ghita himself greeted the guests with his indispensable lantern, those who stepped on our doorstep, almost did not want to leave.

House Recommendation: don’t miss the House Specialty, House Beer, the famous Tomahawk or bean soup in bread.

For two centuries, it is the only traditional functional inn in Europe and it gives the pulse of the Capital, serving as a restaurant, cafe, wine cellar and even a performance stage. Whether you are looking for a place for an aristocratic lunch, you want to organize a party or you are simply looking for an elegant restaurant in Bucharest, where you can have a drink with a close friend, Hanu’ lui Manuc will always welcome you with open gates.

Located, not coincidentally, right in the heart of the Old Center, a stone’s throw from Unirii Square, Hanu’ lui Manuc respects its status as a royal inn. The most fascinating stories of Little Paris have always been rooted in the city center, but nowhere more alive than on the streets of Lipscani. From adventures with outlaws, boyars and ladies, to romances and even historical negotiations, the inn witnessed everything, and even hosted some of them.

At Manuc, the lamb dishes are put in a place of honor and Manuc’s advice is not to miss the flambéed lamb shank. It’s a real show.

For two centuries, it is the only traditional functional inn in Europe and it gives the pulse of the Capital, serving as a restaurant, cafe, wine cellar and even a performance stage. Whether you are looking for a place for an aristocratic lunch, you want to organize a party or you are simply looking for an elegant restaurant in Bucharest, where you can have a drink with a close friend, Hanu’ lui Manuc will always welcome you with open gates.

Located, not coincidentally, right in the heart of the Old Center, a stone’s throw from Unirii Square, Hanu’ lui Manuc respects its status as a royal inn. The most fascinating stories of Little Paris have always been rooted in the city center, but nowhere more alive than on the streets of Lipscani. From adventures with outlaws, boyars and ladies, to romances and even historical negotiations, the inn witnessed everything, and even hosted some of them.

At Manuc, the lamb dishes are put in a place of honor and Manuc’s advice is not to miss the flambéed lamb shank. It’s a real show.

Buongiorno Italian is a Mediterranean restaurant in Bucharest. The dishes on the menu of Buongiorno restaurants invite you to make a culinary journey in the Mediterranean area, with a focus on Italy, the land of pasta and Neapolitan pizza.

In the Buongiorno Italian restaurants in Bucharest, you can choose from many types of pasta, pizza or seafood carefully prepared, along with a wine from areas of Italy known for this type of alcohol, also called the country of the 500 grape varieties. You can also taste delicious desserts, including the indispensable Italian Tiramisu.

In short, Buongiorno is a restaurant in Bucharest where you will always find a lot of dishes specific to Italian cuisine, in a romantic atmosphere specific to Italian tradition.

Buongiorno Italian has 3 locations in Bucharest: Buongiorno Italian Restaurant Victoriei / Primaverii / Baneasa and a Buongiorno Italian Restaurant – Henri Coanda International Airport.

The Pescarus Restaurant is the first restaurant in King Michael I Park, in Bucharest. Designed in 1938 by the two famous architects, Horia Creanga, the nephew of the writer Ion Creanga and Haralamb Georgescu, the place that was with the people of Bucharest for better or worse, witnessing many political changes, but also the place where prominent personalities from Romania and around the world met. We had as guests the King of Spain – Juan Carlos, the former President of Israel – Shimon Peres, or Anatoli Karpov – the great master of chess.

The menu has changed over time depending on the times and trends, now having a seafood cuisine, being one of the few restaurants in Bucharest where fresh fish dishes are consumed. The recipes are inspired by the ports of the world, that’s why the kitchen is a port one.

Located on the lake shore, in the recently renovated King Michael I Park, Pescarus Restaurant is one of the most instagramable places in Bucharest.

Pescarus has 2 locations in Bucharest: Pescarus Herastrau and Pescarus Feeria in Baneasa Shopping Mall.

City Grill Delivery can be handy if you don’t have time to go out and want a relaxing evening in the hotel room. The promise of this delivery service is of receiving your order in maximum 45 minutes. In the menu you will find delicious, healthy products cooked without preservatives.