Picture this: it’s Sunday morning and you’ve just taken a tour of the food market. You stroll back to the majestic Croatian National Theatre and think you could use a cup of coffee – and there’s a perfect spot for that right in front of you. A picturesque open-air terrace filled with elderly gentlemen flipping through newspapers, dog-walkers meeting in passing, tourist couples sitting down after hours of sightseeing and enthusiastically reaching for the food menu.
Now picture this: it’s Saturday evening and you’ve made plans to meet your friends for drinks. The sun is finally starting to set and you feel the first whiff of cool breeze after a long, hot day. You want a pint, but you could also go for a burger – and again, there’s your perfect spot.
The King’s Caffe Food Pub is a great place to grab a bite to eat – think club sandwiches, burgers, salads and chips – and try one of their own craft beers. The pub itself is a cozy little haven to hide in during the colder months of the year, but I prefer the open space outside where I spend most of my summer evenings. So does everybody else in town, it seems – over the weekend, it’s virtually impossible to get a table after 7 PM. The music is good, the scenery even better, and there’s a carefree, relaxed vibe in the air any time of day.