Budynek - choć daleko od Podhala - został wybudowany stylu zakopiańskim. Mieści obecnie restaurację Zajazd Okocim, zwaną Pawilonem.
Summer Theatre in Okocim Though far from the Podhale region this building has Zakopane style architecture and now houses a restaurant, the Okocim Inn, also known as the Pavilion. It was founded by Jan II Albin Goetz-Okocimski in 1902 and designed by Eugeniusz Wesołowski, an architect from Zakopane, in the then fashionable architecture called Zakopane style , inspired by the regional art of Poland's highland town of Zakopane. Many and various kinds of play were performed on its stage, also nativity plays. It is quite possible that the theatre was also the venue for hunt meetings. The Okocim Farm Wives association meetings were also held there and the building probably served a role similar to today's local community centre". The World War I chronicle records show that during that period the building resounded with music. "Near the mart there was a Russian and Italian POW camp. Russian prisoners were engaged in carpentry work and farming, and they also arranged two concerts in the Okocim pavilion”. In the 1970s there was a large-scale upgrading of the premises. In the spirit of fascination with folk art, the hall was separated into two columns with swords and painted in "Zalipie" folk art style.