Mézes Mackó Cukrászda


A Mézes Mackó egy közkedvelt cukrászda volt az 1960-as években, de jelenleg is sikeresen üzemel a budapestiek, a turisták nagy örömére. Finom sütemények és fagylaltok is kaphatók.

Mackó (Teddy Bear) buffets have emerged as a new highlight in the socialist catering industry. They developed from the combination of buffets and delicatessens. The shops allowed standing consumption and take-away. In their design and equipment, modernity is their characteristic feature - wrote the publication Hotels and Restaurants published in the early 1960s, which also reported that six such buffets were opened in Budapest. Perhaps the best known was the one in Kígyó Street (a confectionery as well), but there were others in Nagymező Street, József Boulevard, Széna Square, Váci Street and at Ferihegy Airport. Four more shops operated as Bistro Mackó, where you could sit down and they served barbecue dishes prepared in show kitchens. The popularity of the Mézes Mackó (Honey Teddy Bear), besides the delicious coffee made by an Italian coffee machine, was due to the cold buffet dishes (including casino eggs and all sorts of aspic specialties).

Title(s), language
language hungarian
language english
Subject, content, audience
subject üzletkép
subject üzletbelső
subject Mézes Mackó
subject cukrászda
Time and places
spatial reference Budapest V., Kigyó u. 4-6.
location of physical object Budapest
temporal reference 1960. augusztus 19.
medium paper
extent 18 x 20 cm
colour image black and white
format jpeg
Legal information
rightsholder Magyar Kereskedelmi és Vendéglátóipari Múzeum
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Source and data identifiers
source Magyar Kereskedelmi és Vendéglátóipari Múzeum
registration number KF_71_61_110
registration number 101_Üzletkép, Élelmiszer Budapest I-VIII.