The beautifully restored Gozsdu Courtyard, once the core of Budapest's Jewish quarter, is popular with locals. Packed with restaurants, pubs and bars, the place comes alive every evening. Gozsdu Courtyard (Gozsdu Udvar) was a row of buildings with a series of inner courtyards connecting Király utca and Dob utca, with apartments on the top floors, and small shops and workshops on the ground floor. Recent renovations converted the old passageway into a modern residential and entertainment complex with some great restaurants and pubs. In addition, there's GOzsdU BAzaar (GOUBA), a popular, open-air Sunday market held here from March to October.
Favorite hangouts to check out include the lively Kolor, the very popular Spiler 'bistropub', the trendy wine bar DiVino, the Jewish-Italian restaurant Yiddishe Mamma Mia, and the French-style Café Vian. All offer indoor and outdoor dining. The Italian pasta bar 2Spaghi, Gozsdu Sky Terrace, Blue Bird Café, Hummus Market and the craft beer pub Léhűtő are also worth a visit.