#1: Kisüzem — $$$$$
Those looking to debate Hungarian political history will find themselves at home in Kisüzem, a bar where regulars consist of the local intelligentsia/artist communities.
#2: Dzzs Bár — $$$$$
Stopping by at Dzzs Bár on a late night feels like being at the house party of your rowdiest friend.
#3: Kék Ló — $$$$$
Kék Ló is a hidden gem of a bar combined with a pop-up boutique located outside the main tourist zones offering welcome additions to the standard ruin bar repertoire.
#4: Lumen Kávézó — $$$$$
For those who want to avoid the heavily touristed streets of the Jewish Quarter but still get a cup of new-wave coffee in a hip neighborhood, Lumen is your spot.
#5: Gólya — $$$$$
A spirit of healthy anarchy radiates from Gólya, a bar-slash-community center located a bit outside the city center.
#6: Fekete Kutya — $$$$$
Despite Fekete Kutya’s location alarmingly near the chaos of Kazinczy Street, this dimly lit bar has an authentic atmosphere and a predominantly local clientele.
#7: Macska — $$$$$
Macska is the type of neighborhood bar we all want to have outside our doors, alas, they are few and far between.
#8: Pótkulcs — $$$$$
Pótkulcs is a hidden bar inside a former light engineering workshop with a setting that caters to deeply philosophical conversations, accompanied by your evening drink.
#9: Úri Muri — $$$$$
Úri Muri is the bar to be if you want to hang out with the next generation of Hungarian actors and actresses.
#10: Hintaló Iszoda — $$$$$
Hintaló Iszoda is a lively retro-designed bar located a bit outside the comfort zone.