Not only the name of Budapest's newest bar is special
If you watched The Big Bang Theory, or if you're into physics, you've probably heard about Schrödinger's cat. It's a thought experiment, sometimes described as a paradox: the scenario presents a hypothetical cat that may be simultaneously both alive and dead, a state known as a quantum superposition, as a result of being linked to a random subatomic event that may or may not occur. Never mind if you don't understand, that's it for the physics lecture, because the Schrödinger's cat we're talking about is a new bar in Budapest.
At Schrödinger's cat burned spirits dominate: 35 kinds of rum, 12 kinds of gin, 6 tequila and mezcal, 16 kinds of whiskey, liqueurs, cognac, and craft beer are the supply. Most of the drinks are unique and can't be found in an average pub, just in the best cocktail bars. Another specialty is that they offer everything in 3 cl and 5 cl packs, as you can see in the countryside, instead of the 2 and 4 cl shots.
Guests will be surprised for the first impressions: art deco interiors, rosé gold colors, furniture, tiles, spherical lamps, and anthracite-gray walls that evoke happy times of peace. Music is associated with this atmosphere: only cigar and a piano are missing from the overall picture. "Wealth. It was symbolized by the art deco” - says the owner, Martin. The creator was also thinking about that they should summon Schrödinger's thought experiment in another way too: for example, with the opening hours, but a bar can't afford to be open once and closed for the next day.