The coast of Zemun Quay is home to many bars, cafes, clubs and restaurants and even hostels, floating on Danube. For some reason, on most of them you’ll come upon bad Balkan pop or turbo folk music, lacking style and taste. And that’s one of the reasons why Savana is so popular among the locals.
It’s actually one of the rare decent places on the quay, popular for its relaxed feel, friendly staff, boasting blues tunes most of the time. In Savana mostly everything is made out of wood, it’s decorated with some African details, and the view over Danube and nearby isles is calming.
It’s probably the best place on the quay to bring your friends and feel kinda like you’re at home. The place is pet-friendly (and that’s not that often in Belgrade), and they even have their own doggy Marta, who’s mostly sleeping or moping around lazily.
On weekends they have live music, featuring mostly interesting Roma and Russian music, mixed with jazz. Check out Savana anytime!