About Caru' cu Bere

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Caru' cu Bere (aka Carul cu Bere; "the beer wagon") is a bar and restaurant on Stavropoleos Street in the Lipscani district of Bucharest, Romania, opened in 1879 and moved to the current location, a gothic revival building designed by Austrian architect Siegfrid Kofczinsky, in 1899. It is noted for its distinctive art nouveau interior decoration.

It is operated by Dragoș Petrescu's City Grill chain, and is classed as a historic monument, number B-II-m-B-19728.

Romanian writer Mateiu Caragiale's frame story, Sub pecetea tainei, is set in Caru' cu Bere.

Source From: Wikipedia
5, Centrul Vechi, Sector 3, Municipiul București, România, 030081

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