Gólya („Stork” in Hungarian) is a co-operative bar and community house in the 8th district of Budapest, Hungary. It has a large inner space with a garden, a separate office space, a room that’s being used primarily for children’s day care, also for workshops and smaller gatherings, and a basement used as a rehearsal space by bands. The bar and kitchen provide a wide selection of drinks and meals, including daily lunch menus (always with a vegetarian option) every weekday. There are live music events every week, and also countless other programs such as film clubs, presentations, lectures, discussions, board game playing, art exhibitions, and regular exchange markets for used products. Gólya hosts both public and closed events of groups or organizations, such as birthdays, proms, conferences, fundraisings, trainings, and meetings of all sorts, including political events.