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PHOTOS: Over 1,000 people turn out for Dubrovnik’s first street food festival

Over 1,000 people turn out for Dubrovnik’s first street food festival

(Photo credit: Franko Kelam)

The first street food festival in Dubrovnik “Bavarin” opened last night in the historical setting of Lazareti.

A concert from Croatian rock band Psihomodo Pop, led by frontman Davor Gopec, officially opened the Bavarin street food festival as part of the Good Food Festival, the popular gastronomic event in Dubrovnik, which celebrates its ninth edition this year.

Over 1,000 people turn out for Dubrovnik’s first street food festival

(Photo credit: Franko Kelam)

Until October 16, in addition to good entertainment and a special autumn experience, a superb gastronomic offer, sweet snacks, workshops by award-winning bartenders and, of course, long-awaited concerts are guaranteed.

Over 1,000 people turn out for Dubrovnik’s first street food festival

(Photo credit: Franko Kelam)

Over 1,000 people turn out for Dubrovnik’s first street food festival

(Photo credit: Franko Kelam)

Dubrovnik’s Oli’s and its sandwiches, the restaurant “Mare” and its chef Robert Predrag Žmire delighted with lamb ragout, the Foodra stand, led by MaterChefs Gorana Milaković and Ivan Temšić with cocoa in a basket and even spicier macaroons, the house of delicacies “Bocuni & Boccuni” with Deboto Jaffa signed by the beloved Split pastry chef Teom Mamut, Zadar’s “Picnic Mingle&Fun” offering burgers and beef cheeks, just like the Zagreb’s Beg’s Plant Based Street Food, which greatly intrigued the Dubrovnik crowd last night with its plant-based dishes.

Over 1,000 people turn out for Dubrovnik’s first street food festival

(Photo credit: Franko Kelam)

Over 1,000 people turn out for Dubrovnik’s first street food festival

(Photo credit: Franko Kelam)

Over 1,000 people turn out for Dubrovnik’s first street food festival

(Photo credit: Franko Kelam)

Over 1,000 people turn out for Dubrovnik’s first street food festival

(Photo credit: Franko Kelam)

Over 1,000 people turn out for Dubrovnik’s first street food festival

(Photo credit: Franko Kelam)

Over 1,000 people turn out for Dubrovnik’s first street food festival

(Photo credit: Franko Kelam)

Over 1,000 people turn out for Dubrovnik’s first street food festival

(Photo credit: Franko Kelam)

On Friday, October 14, Vinko Čemeraš & Talvi Tuuli will entertain the crowd. On Saturday, October 15 a pub quiz will take place, as well as a concert from Gina Damjanović & The Gee Gee’s.

Visitors will be also able to enjoy various workshops, a chill zone, as well as an excellent gastronomic offer every day until Sunda when Bavarin ends with the beats of Split’s TBF. Doris Pinčić and Ivan Pažanin will remind all visitors of the charm and tradition of Sunday lunch at noon on Sunday.

Over 1,000 people turn out for Dubrovnik’s first street food festival

(Photo credit: Franko Kelam)

Bavarin also has a humanitarian touch. The Marin Čilić Foundation, as a humanitarian partner of Bavarin, is currently looking for the fifth generation of scholarship holders, and all visitors will be able to find tennis balls with the signature of the famous Croatian tennis player in the Lazareti. 

Over 1,000 people turn out for Dubrovnik’s first street food festival

(Photo credit: Franko Kelam)

With a donation to the Foundation at the house of famous pastry chef Tee Mamut, you can walk home with this very valuable sports item.

Bavarina is open from 5 pm to midnight, and on weekends from 10 am to midnight. 

All information can be found on the social networks of Bavarin – Instagram and Facebook, as well as on social networks and the official website of the Dubrovnik Tourist Board.

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