After Tokio, Birmingham, Indianapolis and other world famous cities Dubrovnik becomes the theme of popular NY times column “36 hours in a city”.
This report proves one more time that Dubrovnik became much more than just a place for sightseeing: “Except the city worth to see you can now find restaurants serving inspired Dalmatian fare, hipster coffee shops pouring above-average java, and serious cocktail bars that are shaking up quaffable libations” emphasize author.
Summer crowds are still here but there are places where you will completly enjoy – no matter if you are looking for fine dinning restourant or you want to try countryside feast.
Among great dinner options, fine dining restaurant Posat is on the top of the list because it offers “upscale versions of traditional seafood dishes such as cod fillet in a broad bean foam and strozzapreti-like Istrian pljukanci pasta intermingled with truffles, prawns and scallops”.
But there are also interesting places like Konoba Dubrava in the village of Bosanka (one of the hills above Dubrovnik) where you will enjoy Peka, a popular countryside feast. Except large serving you will enjoy the magnificent view and Dalmatian folk tunes.
On the NY times list you can find places where to have great coffee, wine but also lodging. Don’t forget to check out the full article here.