Viecha Drevena Dedina is a pub stuck in the 80s. That is great paradoxically. Definitely Spotted by Locals.
Inside there’s an original stone floor which has become modern again. There’s one room where everybody sits quietly while watching TV. The other is equipped with benches and desks ready for your gastronomic trip. The great and witty owner serves you very politely. But I am sure the brown asbestos building does not satisfy any European standards.
Outside there are authentic stone tables and the signboard Viecha. The place is very quiet and peaceful. It can be quite full during lunch. Habitués, enjoying wine spritzers, are sitting next to the hipsters. It is situated next to the small market place, where I like to stop by after lunch to shop for vegetables and fruit.
I recommend you order the dewy grape soft drink or beer and dumplings with sheep cheese. The fried or baked cheese with tartar sauce are also tasty and very popular among locals. The prices are the lowest in the city I guess.