Beton hala (Concrete hall)
Located in the city center on the banks of the Sava River, not far from the confluence with the Danube, there is the Concrete Hall - once an industrial zone and today one of the most popular gastronomic centers in Belgrade. Built in the 1930s as a customs warehouse, it has been preserved, restored and converted into a conceptual space. Today, there are 17 urban and thematically authentic cafes, bars, restaurants and clubs offering a wide selection of national and international dishes, with special emphasis on Serbian, Spanish, Italian, Mediterranean and Asian cuisine. With a unique view of the river and the Sava Quay, both from the facilities and from their beautiful terraces, visitors can also enjoy the varied music program that is an integral part of Concrete Hall's life.