Neked Csak Dezső! - Brewpub & Bistro

Neked Csak Dezső craft beer bar is inside a spacious and high-ceilinged ground floor of a pre-war building. It's located just a block away from Budapest's party district, in the mellower District 8. For now, the white-walled, brightly-lit interior feels a bit sterile despite attempts to jazz up the decor with patches of red bricks and exposed fermentation tanks.

Neked Csak Dezső serves from 32 (!) rotating tap beers. They come from small craft breweries across Europe, mainly in Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic. Options range from crispy lagers to hop-forward IPAs and double IPAs with alcohol contents in the double digits. Bartenders are knowledgeable and can provide recommendations based on your taste preferences, and you can also refer to the IBU scale on the menu denoting bitterness levels. Prices range between €3 and €7 for a pint.

Neked Csak Dezső's food selections are weirdly upscale and expensive for a beer bar. Instead of plain old cheeseburgers and fries to keep the blood alcohol levels in check, Dezső aims for haute cuisine with foie gras starters, duck soups, and fried frog legs.