The Bike Like Café: Pizza. Bikes. Music. Reform.

By Jesse Weber Krakow is a place suspended in limbo between old and new. Here, in Poland’s second largest city, remnants of medieval settlements underlie sky-clawing towers of Renaissance castles and cathedrals, surrounded by historic walls, ramparts, synagogues, universities, and residences. As Poland steadily recovers from the recent economic crisis, new commercial and residential developments are made, and many centuries-old structures are now repurposed as chic cafés, boutiques, and nightclubs….