Dubrovnik Bars, Cafes & Pubs


This coffee house right on Stradun is the place where local bigwigs and intellectuals coagulate to chew the fat, literally and metaphorically. You can pick up a well-priced light lunch special here, and the terrace location couldn’t be better.


If you fancy a healthy breakfast you might try here: as well as coffee, they do excellent fresh juices and smoothies. In the evening, this is a good place to get the night off to a good start with one of their range of cocktails or craft beers.

  • Homepage: www.labodega.hr
  • E-Mail: rezervacije@labodega.hr
  • Phone: +385 99 462 95 55 
  • Address: Lucarica 1, Dubrovnik
  • Working Hrs.: Mon. – Sun. 8 am – 2 am
  • Price: affordable – all credit cards accepted

Conveniently located in the heart of the Old City, right next to the St. Blaise church, this is a great spot for drinking some superb wine. This chic and trendy wine bar at night also offers a breakfast and brunch menu for the early birds to enjoy the sights and sounds of the most popular street, Stradun, by day.

  • Homepage: www.cele-dubrovnik.com
  • E-Mail: zanetti-cele@net.hr 
  • Phone: +385 20 423 884
  • Address: Placa 1, Dubrovnik
  • Working Hrs.: Mon.– Sun. 7 am - 12 am
  • Price: affordable/expensive – all credit cards accepted

Boasting some of the finest views of Dubrovnik, the sidewalk terrace of brunch&bar Cele is a prime spot where You can sip a coffee or an aperitif, have a brunch or enjoy the live music in the evening.


We recommend you to start your day with fresh croissant and nice cup of coffee at City Cafe, the largest caffeine the heart of the old town, once again impresses with its two-story architecture in which light and shadow, wood and brass have become the main actors of comfort.

BUZA BAR  “Hole-In-The-Wall”
  • Phone: +385 98 36 19 34
  • Address: Outside the city walls near St. Stephen’s tower, Dubrovnik
  • Working Hrs.: Mon.– Sun. 10 am - 11 pm
  • Price: pricey – cash only

Buza bar is one of the most beautiful bars in Dubrovnik which is hanged on the cliffs right above the sea, with an amazing incomparable panorama of the open Adriatic. It is also known as the "hole-in-the-wall" and it is the essence of Dubrovnik. 

  • Phone: +385 20 323 476
  • Address: Buniceva poljana 2, Dubrovnik
  • Working Hrs.: Mon., Tue. Wed., Thur., Sun. 9 am – 1 am; Frid., Sat. 9 am – 2 am 
  • Price: expensive – all credit cards accepted 

It’s hard to beat a warm evening spent here toe-tapping to mellow jazz (live acts too), with your super-size view onto the Cathedral. A near-perfect experience, so we’ll forgive the significantly above-average prices.

  • Address: Branitelja Dubrovnika 25, Dubrovnik 
  • Working Hrs.: Mon.– Sun. 10 am – 2 am 
  • Price: affordable – cash only 

A great place for a cup of coffee or a smoothie in a bathtub (the sofas are up cycled bath tubs). Plays great house and lounge music and stands out with its witty interior full of colors and a very alluring Window to Another World (bar counter).

  • Homepage: www.dvino.net
  • E-Mail: info@dvino.net
  • Phone: +385 20 321 130
  • Address: Palmoticeva ulica 4A, Dubrovnik 
  • Working Hrs.: Mon.– Sun. 10 am – late
  • Price: affordable – all credit cards accepted

Opened in 2008, Dubrovnik's first real wine bar is now run by Englishman Rob Powell and his half-Australian, half-Croatian colleague Sasha. Between them, they have managed to stock more than 100 wine varieties, 76 available by the glass. It's a comfortable, modern, intimate space to enjoy a drink - with a few seats outside in summer.

  • Homepage: www.thepucicpalace.com
  • Phone: +385 20 326 222 
  • Address: Od Puca 1, Dubrovnik 
  • Working Hrs.: Mon.– Sun. 12 am – 12 am
  • Price: affordable – all credit cards accepted

A fine wine bar in town is set in the five-star surroundings of the Pucic Palace hotel. Local prosciutto ham and cheeses can be ordered, plus pastries and desserts. 



This is the first and oldest Irish Pub in Dubrovnik. If you are looking to watch live sporting events while in Dubrovnik, they broadcast all major sporting events on the best full HD large screens.


This popular meeting spot is a must during your trip to Dubrovnik. It’s a delightful and lively place to enjoy a drink with your friends while you’re out visiting the Old Town. Big screen TVs show the latest sporting events, while this fun-filled pub is always filled with people pouring out into the stone streets of Dubrovnik.


For a low key night out on the town, slide down one of the side streets off of Stradun and into this Irish inspired Pub. The dark green walls adorned with Irish paraphernalia and thick wooden tables give the place an Irish feel. Enjoy a sporting event on one of the many large screen TVs with some friends as you savour a Guinness, Carling or Erdinger beer. They also offer a variety of dishes and snacks if you get the munchies, such as Hummus, Caesar Salad Chicken Wings or BBQ Ribs.

Lapad Bay

The pedestrian promenade running down to the Lapad bay beaches offers a long stretch of cafe’s restaurants and bars. It's the favorite summer hang out for locals, who often choose the serene atmosphere of Uvala Lapad over the Old Town clutter.

  • Homepage: cavebar-more.com
  • Phone: +385 20 494 200 
  • Address: Šetalište Nika i Meda Pucića 12
  • Working Hrs.: Mon.– Sun. 10 am – 11 pm
  • Price: affordable – all credit cards accepted

In the unique setting of natural cave, our guests can enjoy a wide selection of alcoholic and soft drinks, teas, coffees and snacks in Cave Bar More. The bar extends over three levels and can accommodate 60 persons, including both seating and standing areas. A special ambiance of our cave, together with the beach area, is an ideal spot for organizing various events.


Vojnovic Street has couple of nice bars which are interesting to visit in the evening. Popular places are Culto Café Bar, Café Bar Cohiba, Paradiso Café