Named after a local plant, Gavez Klub is a family-operated restaurant secluded in the urban woods along the Sava River in Belgrade, Serbia. According to the manager, Djenka Mihajlovic, the gavez herb is used in folk medicine to “fix bones” and local folklore describes its use for magic by witches.
Opening with a series of rock concerts in the summer of 1999, Gavez Klub was an ambassador of the hope that came across the people of Belgrade just three months after the NATO-inflicted bombings of the city. At that time, the venue was just a big yard with a small house and a few benches and tables made from fallen trees. Over the years, Gavez has grown and become a beloved gathering spot for Belgrade locals and a favorite place to take friends visiting from abroad due to its off-the-beaten path location and rich, homestyle cuisine.
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