“Mala Maca” tavern is located in the city center of Belgrade, in the Vračar neighborhood, between the kalenić open marketplace and Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra street, on Niška street.
“Mala Maca” prides itself for being an old school tavern, especially on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, when, if you enter “Mala Maca”, it seems like a picture of old belgradian taverns. Wednesdays are reserved for pop and rock live music, juice vodka, gin tonic and rachia promotions, only 99 dinars per drink! The Thursdays and Fridays are for the ones who love and adore tamburitza players, climbing on top of tables and dancing till the night ends and the Sun starts seeping through the windows. Saturdays are painted with sounds of two guitarists, sweet rachia and girls dancing their skirts off.
“Mala Maca” has a wast offer of beverages, from beers, rachia and wine to anything you would want, as well as an open kitchen throughout the night, even on the weekends.
It’s interior feels like home, and “Mala Maca can accommodate even larger groups of people. The prices are fair, if not cheap, and the fun is always there.
It’s time to have some fun and spend the night smiling, see you at “Mala Maca”!Cenovnik 1 Cenovnik 2 Jelovnik