Budapest

Ellátó Kert, situated near Kazinczy Street, in the heart of the downtown party district, exudes authentic ruin-pub vibes. In the summer, the place attracts urban cyclists and students thirsty for a cold beer thanks to its open courtyard. No need to worry about cold weather either: a few regulars grew so fond of the place that once the crisp evenings arrived they grabbed hammers and - accompanied by the staff - built a roof atop the garden. They serve Mexican dishes and wide variety of drinks, from fröccs to the locally famous pinky (the latter being a pink grapefruit-vodka shot, a favorite of the place). The yard and the tent are smoking- and dog-friendly.

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