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Stavropoleos 5, Old Town Area, Bucharest

Open Hours:

  • Monday – Thursday, Sunday – 08:00 – 24:00
  • Friday and Saturday – 08:00 – 02:00

Bookings: 021 313 75 60 | 0726 282 373

Caru’ cu bere, the soul of Bucharest

At the foundation of Caru’ cu bere’s identity lays a history of more than 130 years,  starting with the Mircea brothers, among which Mircea Nicolae as the founder, his legacy and the historical building.

The place which keeps immortal the spirit of old Bucharest: Caru’ cu bere (The beer wagon)

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History

With a history of more than 130 years, Caru’ cu bere was and still is a symbol of Buchares’ts old town, being the favourite meeting spot both for the locals as for foreign tourists, among them being some famous names like The Rolling Stones, Naruhito, the Prince of Japan or Edward Kennedy, all of them being our guests in the past.

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Architecture

The Caru’ cu bere building was built in Neo-Gothic, after Zigfried Z. Kofczinski’s and Al. Pesch’s plans. The vaulted ground floor in Neo-Gothic style is richly decorated with paints, stained glass, mosaics and carved panelings.

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Private Events

Weddings, christenings, corporate and children parties, all of these private events can be organized at Caru’ cu bere. You won’t find a cheerful place in all of Bucharest! Legend says that from ages ago and until now those who paid us a visiting didn’t want to leave anymore, but to stay in our restaurant and have a good time.

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You can book a table online or using one of the phone numbers below. Bookings must be made as late as 24 hourse before you plan to visit us.

  • Address:
  • Stavropoleos 5 Street, Bucharest Old Town
  • Open hours:
  • Monday – Thursday, Sunday – 08-24
    Friday and Saturday – 08:02

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The Guardian about Caru' cu bere

The Guardian

Caru’ cu Bere is the first restaurant many tourists make a beeline for but it’s also where the locals go, which says much about its authenticity.