Tri šešira

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Skadarlija restaurant Tri Šešira

“Three Hats” is a true pearl among the restaurants of Skadarlija. It was built in the heart of Skadarska street and remains in a recognizable ambience for more than 150 years.

 It was opened in 1864 in a building where a craft workshop which had three pleated hats as a logo was previously located. That’s how the restaurant got its name. The restaurant is known for its service and quality even outside the borders of our country.

It had the honor to host some of the most eminent domestic and international figures: King Juan Carlos, George Bush, Pertini, Willie Brant, and others.

Many testimonies of the pleasant stay in the restaurant are stored in the guestbook. “Tri šešira” – a wealth of tradition, art and bohemian life. Tin Ujević, Branislav Nušić, Gustav Krklec, Čiča Ilija Stanojević, Raka Drainac enjoyed their days here, and the most famous inhabitant of Skadarska street – Đura Jakšić, often used to call it “wine spring”.

Good to know when visiting

Kitchen: Barbecue, European, Eastern European, Central European.
Vegetarian and Vegan friendly: Yes
Working hours: 11:00 AM - 02:00 AM

Details about this establishment

Outdoor Seating, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wi-Fi, Reservations, Private Dining, Seating, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Live Music.

General information
 Skadarska 29
11000 Belgrade - Serbia
+381 60 3130180
+381 11 7247501

           
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