You too will be a rocker, my son. Just around the corner from Parcul Carol, Fabrica is one of the last alternative strongholds resisting the gentrification of Bucharest since the tragic events that happened at Colectiv in 2015. Set in yet another refurbished industrial compound (a former socks factory under Ceaușecu), Fabrica is home to a mostly indie crowd, who comes at night to enjoy the classic equation [beer x food x live music], or socialize on the graffiti-covered terrace with their kids and dogs - or bikes - during weekends. Fabrica has grown into an alternative mini-village: a pub, two clubs (Club Fabrica & B52), and laid out around the central yard, half a dozen shops (skateboards, streetwear, vintage furniture and accessories, motorbiking gear) as well as a climbing wall. One of the latest additions is Gateway VR, a tiny but cool entertainment center where you can experience virtual reality, run by a friendly and knowledgeable team.
Strada 11 Iunie 50, București, Romania