Langos Bar offers a traditional street food dish of the former Austro-Hungarian monarchy - sourdough langoš. There are two prominent personalities of the Slovak gastro scene behind the idea of Langos Bar - the talented chef Lukáš Hesko and the experienced sommelier Róbert Nagy, who come together with a traditional/non-traditional food concept.
The Oasis is a space situated inside the Old Market Hall. It serves as a greenhouse and an adoption center for unwanted plants. The Oasis was founded in November 2018, and since then, it broadened its activities. At the moment, there are three ateliers active in Oasis – Tea Atelier, Ceramic atelier, and Book atelier. They function in symbiosis and together offer a wide array of educational and creative activities for both children and adults. There are regular tea degustations, sommelier courses, creative workshops or pottery workshops.
The cafe is made for your business meetings or creative moments. It includes a coworking space on the floor level and a shared workshop in the basement with various machines ready for use. Available are 3D printers, laser cutter, as well as other machines both basic and hi-tech. Lab also offers various trainings and creative courses, which will provide you with useful knowledge and skills!
The Shenk Brewery is situated right in the Old Market Hall's basement. Various kinds of craft beers are pleasing to many lovers of this golden drink. You can taste these right in the Old Market Hall – in the Výčap u Ernőho, but you may also encounter them in other pubs in Bratislava. In a spontaneous cooperation between the Old Market Hall and the Strekov 1075 winery, the special edition of Pivo S. had been made last year.
Výčap U Ernőhowww.facebook.com/vycapuernoho
The Výčap u Ernőho offers beers from the Shenk Brewery situated in the basement of the Old Market Hall. You can enjoy your pint inside or, as many others, in the nice atmosphere on the square before the hall. The employees of the Výčap also help us maintain and clean this space.
Soda Water Manufacturewww.sodovkaren.sk
A small soda water manufacture follows the tradition of the Old Market Hall, which in the past served as an exchange point for the soda bottles. Some sources even say, that soda water had also been manufactured right here, but it's not for sure. Anyway, you can now buy fresh soda water at the regular food markets, daily in the Výčap u Ernőho and you may also encounter it in various other bars and restaurants in Bratislava.
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The Foodstock bistro offers Asian style cuisine. Their most significant meal is the Japanese gyoza – fried dumplings with a vegetarian filling. You may have encountered them before at the Street Food Park, but in their bistro, they like to experiment with different gyoza versions. Apart from the dumplings, they also have other goodies to offer – ramen, hummus, kimchi and more.
Viecha naturálnych vinárovwww.viecha.com
The Third Viecha malých vinárov in Bratislava is partly based on the idea of its predecessor - the Dobre&Dobré café and devotes 1% of your spendings to projects helping people without home. Its offer is also special, as here you can enjoy authentic wines from Slovak natural winemakers, including members of the Autentista Slovakia association. The offer includes, among others, wines from Strekov 1075, which are also found in the famous Noma in Denmark.
Švihaj Šuhaj is one of the first cycle courier services in Bratislava. In the Old Market Hall, they have a workroom where they repair and store their bicycles. At the same time, they also distribute the beer and soda water manufactured in the Old Market Hall in the city.