Dzzs, down the block from Kisüzem, is a tiny, high-energy bar attracting an eccentric crowd of twentysomethings. A late night here can feel like being at the house party of your coolest friend — you can meet local film directors, painters, and musicians in this snug, dim space. Unfortunately, the owners have recently jacked up the prices, leading to a rapid erosion of longtime regulars.
The interior is a mishmash of worn-out furniture and walls crowded with provocative artwork. Dzzs Bar stays open late, so this can be the place to end your late-night adventures in Budapest’s nightlife.
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