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Among hundreds of restaurants in Dubrovnik and it's close vicinity there are not so many former cult places that still keep their culinary and intellectual reputation. In the first place, there is a restaurant owned by family Gverovic in Zaton and several restaurants ran by family Rudenjak in Prijeko, especially Ragusa 2 and a small family guesthouse Rosarij by the end of Prijeko near small St Nikola's church. A good reputation earned family restaurant Dundo Maroje in Kovacka ulica and restaurant Domino, accessed from Siroka ulica. Other three restaurants that nowadays belong to the same owner should also not be avoided because they all used to be and still are famous spots of tourism in Dubrovnik.
The first is Proto, former Fish restaurant in Siroka ulica in the center of Old City, then Konavoski dvori, three kilometers from a small place Grude at the well of river Ljuta, and finally exclusive Nautika on Pile, which is the most recent among the aforementioned and was built by the end of eighties. During the war and postwar years Misko Ercegovic's tavern Sezam on Pile near Interuniversity Centre and Dubrovnik Preparandy, played a special role as an intellectual meeting place.
Among many cafes a cult status have Lucio Kapursa's Libertina, adhered to Sponza Palace in a small off-street, and Marko Breskovic's Trubadur by the Cathedral, the place with excellent jazz programs. The owners of the two cafes had founded, together with Delo Jusic, a pop-group Dubrovacki trubaduri and performed allover the world. A small cafe Talir, owned by Frano Cetinic, earned a status of theatre coffee house within the city walls, while institutional primacy is still held by vast Gradska kavana which is placed in former Arsenal with two terraces, one of which looks at the square in front of Knezev dvor and city Theatre and the other offers a view at the city port. At the moment that old cafe house is being redesigned by the best set designers in Dubrovnik, Marin Gozze. In most recent years several lovely restaurants with sea specialties were opened in the city port but none of them threaten fame of an anonymous and totally retrograde small restaurant at Gunduliceva poljana not far from city market where for decades Ston oysters have been served in the simplest way.
1. Komin, Iva Dulcica 136, tel:+38520435636
2. Maestoso, Hvarska bb, tel:+38520420986
3. Mimoza, Branitelja Dubrovnika 9, tel: +38520411157
4. Orhan, Tabakarije 1, tel: +38520414183
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