Cantina de Frida (named after Mexican painter Frida Kahlo) is a trendy restaurant/club with a Spanish/Latin-American theme.
It is located on the banks of the river Sava, and I went there for dinner one evening during my stay in Belgrade. More expensive than average, but good food and a nice atmosphere. I ordered a steak and it was OK; other options on the menu card were seafood, tapas, and salads. After dinner, I had a couple of drinks and the restaurant was now transformed into a club with live music (a local band). I didn't stay that long, but the place seemed quite popular among the locals.
There was a line of taxis just outside the restaurant, but be a little careful. Some of them has a rigged meter! Only use taxis from a trusted company.
Belgrade is famous with its nightlife. If you search in internet you’ll find many websites that have collected the bars, clubs, discos, etc. We were lucky to be located very close to one of the bar streets. Literally, there was a bar on every corner and between them too. We liked one, called Jimmy Woo. Young people were everywhere – inside, outside, drinking cocktails. Music was very danceable and chilling. The place is suitable for dancing but also for relaxing.
Skadarska was once known as the bohemian quarter of the Belgrade, and was the home of many Serbian poets, writers, and actors. Today, the short, curved and cobbled street is famous for its restaurants, musicians, and art galleries.
I went there for dinner two times during my stay in Belgrade, and the restaurants offer typical Balkan cuisine – and small groups of musicians singing old Serbian songs... A little touristy maybe, but I liked it! My favourite restaurant was “Dva Jelene” (The Two Deer); great food, reasonable prices, and large portions. I had a huge plate full of different kinds of grilled meat, and it was really good.
The Three Carrots is an Irish Pub, the first of its kind in Belgrade. It is located at the Kneza Milosa Street, not far from the Pionirski Park (and my hotel), and I went there 4 or 5 times during my stay in Belgrade.
Nice place, good atmosphere, watch football/sport on TV, have a chat with the locals, enjoy a beer or two (Irish/local), listen to the music, relax...
"Znak Pitanja" or "?” (Question Mark) opened in 1823, making it the oldest restaurant/bar in Belgrade. It is located just opposite the Orthodox Cathedral and the place was in late 19th century named "Kod Saborne Crkve" ("At the Cathedral"). However, the Orthodox Cathedral wasn’t happy with the name and they forced the owner to change it. As a temporary solution he put up a sign with a “?” until a new name was found, but it soon became the common name for the restaurant/bar, and the “?” has remained until today.
I visited the restaurant/bar a couple of times during my stay in Belgrade, only for drinks so can’t comment on the food. I liked the history of the place and its interior in local style, but I guess it is mainly a tourist place.
If u wanna spent quality and unique disco - night, Slavija bar is perfect place for You.
Situated in the centre of town (Slavija square) at Hotel Slavija,
gives u opportunity to make your private party in a club
Dress Code: No dress code.
For the better part of a week in August a beer festival has been taking place here along the Sava or Danube riverbanks. Promoters claim some 900,000 people pass through their gates for the five-day affair – free entrance helps boost attendance. Several beer companies – how many are owned by SAB? – set up tents: Jelen, Lav, Nikšièko, Staropramen, Guinness and even Laško (Slovenia – I didn’t see Karlovaško from Croatia). A huge music stage fronts it all. Headliners for when I was there included the Simple Minds whom I used to see in the 1980’s – nothing like showing your age. Coming from Oregon I would say that I was a bit disappointed in the beers being poured but the microbrewery revolution doesn’t seem to have caught on here. Quite frankly, there wasn’t a whole lot of difference between the beers but that is SAB at work again. Here, like at Oktoberfest in Munich, the brewers seem to have forgotten that there are more beers in the World beside a homogenized lager – ok, Guinness Stout being the exception, but it is exceptional only in being a bland stout. For all of that, everyone was having a good time – crowds get here late in the evening, but after 2012, the word is that the BeerFest may be moved to another destination to spread the fun?
Dress Code: No weapons allowed. Even with the metal detectors, some guy managed to sneak something in and stab some eight people the night I was there. Boys will be boys?
Beograd is feted as one of the best party towns in Europe. There are certainly a lot of places where you can party down. Many spots are found in floating dance halls along both the Sava and Danube – there is also service out to a beach on Veliki Ratna Ostrog where you can dance under the stars in the sand along the Danube. It was only 11:30 when I walked along the Sava, so maybe it was a bit early or maybe it was the nearby BeerFest drawing the people away, but I found the action very quiet. Skardaŝka in contrast was in full swing when I walked back to my hotel.
Dress Code: Dress code?
This is hottest spot of Belgrade Nightlife.Possible the best club in South-East Region Of Europe.
Mr.Stephen Brown is near main Railway Station in Nemanjina Street.Club is on 8 floor and you must use elevator to come at club.Club work every night and there is different style of partys.
There is play a music from 90,House,Pop/Rock,Karaoke and Turbo Folk.
Also there is a live music with many worlds superstars.
Mr.Stephen Brown is favourite place of Gerrard Butler,Novak Djokovic,Michael Madsenn.
A lot of sexy light shows and very loud music.
Also have a summer stair.
Dress Code: Casual Style
This place is rubbish, avoid it like the plague, of all the plastic pubs I have been in over the years this is the worst.
The thing we Irish are proud of in our real pubs is that we are friendly, helpful, and have a welcoming smile for every guest.
I can honestly say this is the least welcoming pub I have ever been to.
One of the staff was friendly, after a while, the rest were not.
The only Irish things about this place is the Guinness and the t shirts, will never set foot in this place again....places like this make me want to open a proper Irish pub in ever city where there is a disgrace to the name Irish like this craphole!
Dress Code: None
Dom sindikata (Syndicate Hall) in Belgrade is old national building with 4 halls and different program of activities. Long tradition of concerts, fairs, congresses, exhibitions, festivals, special shows, movie premieres and cinema programs are structure of this cultural institution. Main hall have capacity of 1600 places. Second hall: capacity 350 seats, third hall: 105 seats, fourth hall: 100 places. Main halls have surrounded audio system and for the concerts performances is the special audio system - L'acoustics Company/ L'acoustics-Kudo.
One of the concerts that are really important to me is the concert of ex-Yugoslavian star from Zagreb, Massimo Savic. It was on November 2nd 2005.
Dress Code: No dress code.
What is a Belgrades advantage above all cities in Europe? Cheerfull people and raft-clubs with which you can expirience this city from another angle, from riverside angle. Cocktail bar "Cruise" is one of my favorite places, first of all becouse of really nice staff, atmosphere which you may experience only on the river and moderate prices for cocktails.
During the daylight it offers nice sleepy atmosphere, but during the night it converts to busy place where dancing is spiced with good cocktails.
Bar is open from 11:00h AM - 01:00h AM
Dress Code: Casual
the only one real blues club in Belgrade. I really love it. they have live music some days during the week, and you can enjoy sessions beetween old blues Belgrade musicians. great spot (for blues lovers)
they arrange summer blues festival in Belgrade "Voxtock"
Dress Code: casual
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