Manasia Hub  

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Let me tell you at at least three reasons why Manasia Hub is so special. First: Manasia used to be a Police station. Seems though that the Ministry of Internal Affairs got a budget cut and had to sell half of the building. As a result the building is now divided in two: A bar on the left, the police station on the right. As Cut-Killers' vynils would scream in the movie "La Haine": Assassin de la police! Ok moving on: second fun fact, upstairs you can play ping-pong from the right hand, drink a beer from the left one, and escape on the dance floor when the pressure of the tie-break gets too high. Talking about the dance floor, it is actually one of those places where I would recommend the music. Homie feel from the invited DJs, songs you won't hear anywhere else... If tonight's party fits you, relax, enjoy and turn on automatic pilot. The third good reason will touch your heart in it's most summer-ish memories: the terrace is made to chill with your friends. It feels a bit like a neighborhood party, where you would like to get the grill out and share a meal. No need to bring the grill though, as they usually invite their friends' foodtruck "Bucateria". Oh and let me tell you, those guys will rock your taste buds. Finally, fourth (I said four right?): good to know but Manasia is not mainly a bar. It is actually more like a cultural hub. Artists stay here as a residence, and participate by bartending among other things to its community.

Gabriel M.

Strada Stelea Spătarul 13, București 030167, Roumanie

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