Restaurants in Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik is as any other popular tourist town, dotted with numerous restaurants and cafes. The most popular ones are located in Dubrovnik Old Town along the street called Preko, as well as along and off Siroka Ulica Street (check map). Large number of restaurants get closed in off season (during winter months), but there is always enough left open all year around to try and enjoy local food.
I must say that most of Dubrovnik restaurants offer more or less similar food, various versions of local dishes, such as risotto (rizot), buzara, pizza, grilled meat and fish accompanied by fresh salads and selection of local wines.
Here is selection of Dubrovnik restaurants:
Dubrovnik has numerous cafes that are located all over the town. Interesting ones are outdoor cafés at the Stradun where you can watch the locals walking around. For all night parties options, check out Latino Club Fuego just outside the Pile Gate (www.dubrovniknightclub.com). If you want to enjoy sea views, then watch the sunset at Cafe Buza, a café located on a rocky terrace between Old Town’s walls and the sea. To reach Buza Cafe, walk through the buza (hole in the wall) on southern side of the Walls and you are there.