Pasaż Grunwaldzki shopping centre have unveiled the design of their new food court, which seems to be targeting the hipster market.
According to tuwroclaw.com, the new dining area on the second floor of the shopping mall will be able to accommodate up to 1,000 diners. It has some 320 seats spread across 7 zones and is set to open at the end of May.
The new complex is reportedly to include an indoor ‘beach bar’ with sunbeds, a neon-clad cafe with a selfie mirror, a booksharing library, a cafe selling classic PRL-era desserts, plus an old-school canteen and a kids zone.
Most shopping centre food courts are of course packed with popular high street chains and generally have a similar look and feel. Pasaż Grunwaldzki has been no different in that regard, but it seems that things are about to change.
We don’t officially know what’s behind this rather radical re-design. However one would assume that competition from the likes of the Wroclavia centre is forcing older shopping malls to look for prospective new clients.
Pasaż Grunwaldzki is of course located nearby to many University buildings and student homes, so it would make sense to try and attract a young clientele. Going by the look of the people in the press photos, this seems to be the main aim.