Buda is better known for its rolling hills and quiet streets than its bustling party scene. Even the denser, urban sections are noticeably short of remarkable bars with a unique character. One of the few exceptions is Nemdebár. This dark, charmingly grungy neighborhood bar is filled to capacity most nights, drawing an eclectic local crowd of hip college students, office workers, and favorite-uncle-type bohemians pushing 50.
The alternative-chic bartenders serve three types of draft beers and an array of liquors, while a DJ spins house, electronic, or drum and bass beats well past midnight most nights. Nemdebár is located by a major transportation hub formerly called “Moscow Square”—many people still call it that—so it’s easily reachable from near and far.