Hidden at the very beginning (or very end) of Trubarjeva cesta, depending on the direction you start researching this once crafty suburban, nowadays very popular service street (also among Spotters), is small local tavern Club Galerija Bar Trenutek. Passing by you can’t really miss it, as there are always groups of local residents having heated discussions in and in front of it. This should however not discourage you from peeking in and learning something new about the neighborhood you will certainly not hear elsewhere.
“Club Gallery Bar Moment” is not only a popular joint at the corner of Rog factory, where early morning drunkards discuss life, politics and the contents of their glasses, but also a gallery where artwork, mostly photographs and paintings, are hanged on the walls, guarded by portraits of former Yugoslavian dictator J.B. Tito from above the counter. Breathtaking is also an “exhibition” of tobaccos and cigarettes, where smokers can get pretty much anything they desire, anytime of the day, be it early morning hours when returning home from partying, tipsy and shaking from nicotine withdrawal symptoms, or late in the evening on their way to the party, Sundays included.
Since the new owner took over the place last year much has changed. Previously rusty interior was replaced by fancy decor, higher prices and different kind of attitude. However, despite obvious gentrification, much more present also on the Trubarjeva cesta, the clientele remained pretty much the same, which makes the place still worth of a visit.