The Baraka is a bar in Herastrau Park, which is in the north of Bucharest. Herastrau is the green lung of the city, and the government allowed restaurants and bars to be installed. The Baraka is a very simple place. It has the appearance of a lounge with comfortable armchairs, dark tones ... But it is an open place, surrounded by nature. It is in front of the skate park in the city, and there is a music that corresponds well to the spirit of the skaters, and seems to inspire their jumps. You must enter the park through the gate and Charles de Gaulle find just before reaching the lake. Prices are reasonable, the coffee is 1.30 euros and beer at 2 euros. They serve a lot of food but there are other restaurants around. I recommend this visit a lot you will enjoy the ambience and the entertainment that there is.
The coffee Galleron is a last century charming looking coffee place. It is behind the city´s Hilton, in Nicolae Grigorescu street. The decorations are beautiful, there are refurbished antique chairs, lamps falling from the ceilings, windows reflected in mirrors, it gives a great feeling of luxury. It is next to theaters and exhibition halls, a popular place to wrap up the night with a good coffee or a cocktail. It is an old mansion, probably from a rich bourgeois of the city, which was renewed, and walking through the halls you still feel like its house. Breakfast is served in the morning, and there is free wifi access for customers. Prices are higher than in the rest of the city, more or less 1.50 euro for a coffee, almost 5 for a cocktail, but it is very good. It is quiet place , with lounge music, that offers private catering for groups up to 45 people as well.
The Galleron Cafe is decorated in the style of last century. Hilton is back in town, on Nicolae Grigorescu Street. The décor is beautiful, refurbished antique chairs and lamps and windows that are reflected in the mirrors, giving an impression of luxury. It is next to theaters and exhibition halls, a popular place to end the night with a good coffee or a cocktail. It is an old mansion, probably from a rich bourgeois of the city, which has been renovated and, passing through the halls, it still feels like a home. It serves a good breakfast in the morning and there is free wifi for all customers. Prices are certainly higher than in the rest of the city, such as 1.50 euros for a coffee and almost 5 euros for a cocktail, but very reasonable. It is quiet and relaxed, plays lounge music and offers private catering for groups of up to 45 people.