As the name suggests, this bar serves Rakija, the traditional hard alcohol spirit drank all over the Balkans. However here you won’t find only one type of Rakija, but over 30 different types of this traditional spirit. Among the big variety (usually the traditional Rakija comes from grapes, but there are other types too, with plums, apricots, quince or pear) I definitely recommend trying the traditional grape rakija “Z’lta” (Yellow in English).
Don’t forget to ask for their mezes too, a must with the usually strong spirits, not very expensive and very good. I recommend the baked potatoes that come with white feta-like cheese (for about € 1), the Macedonian Bruschetta and the baked mushrooms.
In winter you can warm up in their rustic interior and in case it is full you can find some extra space on their second floor, also if you are coming in a larger group. If you are not a big fan of Rakija, you can of course taste some local Macedonian wine or beer and enjoy it with a good company. From time to time they host live music bands, almost regularly though on the week-ends. My favorite ones are still their unplugged evenings, that usually happen during the week in a more intimate atmosphere.