Belgrade is a city with tons of great bars. During the nice weather season, they turn their open air areas and yards into colourful oases. This little guide, will show you Belgrade’s first five most beautiful outdoor coffee places.
I literally felt in love, when I visited this place for the first time. Located in a calm street, Ljutić hides a lot of shabby chic treasures. There are so many lovely details, that I couldn’t decide where to look first. This cafe/bar is divided in two parts; a winter and a summer space. The summer location is in an old private house’s huge backyard.
- Stevana Sremca Street 5
- Sunday – Thursday: 12:00 – 00:00
- Friday and Saturday: 12:00 – 01:00
- +381 60 3225294
Frak is located in a calm and beautiful neighbourhood and reminds me on a beachbar. It is the perfect place to relax during a hot summer day. They have a lot of green plants and trees there. I highly recommend their smoothies. Frak also serves sandwiches, fruits and ice cream. Cool graffities and a nice view on an old house, where I wish I could live.
- Loznička Street 11
- Monday – Sunday: 09:00 – 01:00
- +381 63 432 248
This place is a bar, a cafe and a gallery at the same time. The 100-year-old chestnut tree doesn’t only give this place an authentic touch but also a lot of shadow. Priča Bar has got a lot of cool interior details, which are for sale. The atmosphere is intimate and refreshing. The staff is friendly and their coffee delicious.
- Petrogradska Street 9
- +381 11 344 25 73
4. Bajloni Bar & Beyond
A romantic bistro, which got its name from the old beer factory, which was located at exactly this place. The Bajloni Bar is perfect for every occassion: your morning coffee, lunch, and an afterwork relax. At night, they feature live music, like Gipsy Jazz for example. Bajloni offers a huge selection of drinks and has really good food.
- Cetinjska Street 15
- Monday – Sunday: 09:00 – 04:00
- +381 65 667 75 67
5. BRE Bar
The word BRE is used to express passion about the point of a sentence, at any part of the sentence and is really common in Serbia. It is similar to the English word “fuck” or “hell”, but not vulgar at all. This is a cosy place with lots of interesting and funny details.
The atmosphere in here is cosy and relaxed. People like coming here especially after work.
- Radivoja Koraća Street 7
- +381 64 300 87 67
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