Visitors are drawn to the original colorful Art Nouveau interior of the Jama Michalika Café in Krakow, and its name reverberates in Polish history and culture. The cafe has been in business since 1895, while its present decor dates back to 1908.
The place was immortalized by patrons who frequented it at the turn of the 20th century. The greatest artists, actors and people of letters of the period known as ‘Mloda Polska’ or Young Poland used to gather here for a talk and amusement over a cup of coffee or a glass of absinthe.
Jama Michalika Cafe, Floriańska 45, 31‐019 Krakow, Poland, Google Maps