It’s not advertised anywhere, which means it’s hidden – and it also means it’s highly recommended.
Vesele Domacice cafe (eng: Merry Housewives) is a great new coffee sipping place by day that turns into a cool bar by night.
This is a relatively new development, but a lot of Belgrade’s cafes today have free WiFi (wireless internet) coverage. See the full list (constantly updated) at the Retro(bel)grade blog.
Relatively new club with mostly indie-loving crew gathering.
One of the few places that tries to fight the lack of pubs in the city of Belgrade.
It is best to take a stroll, down the street though and see for your self which one do you prefer.
Skadarlija, the bohemian part of Belgrade: at least dozen cafes to choose from.
There are at least ten cafes at every moment in this street, and they are particularly good during summer days.
With ca 20 cafes, street Strahinica Bana is, without a doubt, most popular cafe-street in Belgrade, and tends to even become one of the landmarks of the city.