The tradition of the Noworolski dates to 19th century, through the opening of the renovated cafe under its current name took place in the years 1910-1912. It became popular among the elite of Kraków, with artists and professors, thereby competing with Jama Michalika. It hosted famous persons such Jacek Malczewski, Wojciech Kossak, Włodzimierz Tetmajer, Julian Fałat, Fryderyk Pautsch, Karol Hukan, Ludwik Puget, and Karol Hubert Rostworowski.
During the Nazi occupation the cafe was requisitioned and access allowed only to Germans. The family Noworolski again lost the place in 1949, when the cafe was nationalized by the communists and renamed. After the fall of communism, the café was restituted to the family in 1992.
- Teresa Kowalik-Gąska (1999). Nasz Kraków: materiały o historii Krakowa i zabytkach dla uczniów i nauczycieli. Wojewódzki Ośrodek Metodyczny w Krakowie. p. 68. ISBN 978-83-86671-78-6.
- "Kawiarnia Noworolski - tam kawa ma smak Krakowa". dziennikpolski24.pl (in Polish). Retrieved 2017-04-13.
- "Historia. Do 1918". www.noworolski.com.pl (in Polish). Retrieved 2017-04-13.
- "Kawiarnia Noworolski w Krakowie". dnidziedzictwa.pl. Retrieved 2017-04-13.
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