The very first time I came here, one of the staff members described Sabota as a resistance centre against capitalism, where people gather, discuss, drink and have fun. He later also called it a social club. While I am not sure if he was being sarcastic, this is a very welcoming and friendly place regardless of your political view. This is not really a bar, so people are a lot more approachable and ready to chat if you want to get to know some of the locals better.
Mondays are usually movie nights. Movies/documentaries played on Mondays vary a lot in content: they can be anything from LGBT+ rights to Kurdish music, so check their Facebook website just in case. The movies are always discussed afterwards, but you are not pressured to take part if that is not your thing.
The beer is cheap, rakia and the tea are good, and there are two adorable rescue dogs that you can play with if you have had enough of human company. Do check their Facebook page as they may have interesting events planed for the week.