”Rzym” [Rome] Inn in Sucha Beskidzka is a wooden, single-storey mid-eighteenth century building. It is one of the most valuable and perfectly preserved examples of traditional wooden architecture in the region known as Podbeskidzie [Sub-Beskid area].
It was there where the poet Adam Mickiewicz set his famous ballad ""Mrs Twardowska.” The restaurant can accommodate more than 180 people at one sitting. It serves delicious traditional Polish cuisine, with dishes prepared according to old recipes and cooked on a coal stove. Centrally located in the Market Square of the town of Sucha Beskidzka, it boasts a magnificent interior decorated in the old style and a warm atmosphere.