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In the heart of Zagreb

Experience unique cosmopolitan ambiance

Run by some of the best Croatia’s mixologists and offering a bewitching range of cocktails dating back to the days of the 1920’s Flapper, Esplanade Zagreb’s art deco bar is the perfect destination for coffee, Club sandwich, Afternoon tea, chilled champagne as well as an ever-popular evening gatherings with cocktails.

In addition, Esplanade bar offers you amazing open terrace with city views.



8:30 am – 00:00 midnight


T. +385 1 4566 633

E. [email protected]

Unique pleasure of wine-and-dine

Bar Menu & Snacks

The unique atmosphere of the Esplanade 1925 Lounge & Cocktail Bar is inspired by the 20s, and the rich variety of drink and snacks on offer, certainly gives an extra special intimate feel.

Sip a cocktail and soak up the atmosphere


The chic cosmopolitan atmosphere, together with the fabulous waiter’s team, the best ingredients and wonderful recipes – a guarantee for superior blended cocktails. 

Essential daily ritual that simply shouldn’t be missed.


Step into the Esplanade 1925 Lounge & Cocktail Bar and taste the Julius Meinl 1862 Premium coffee containing carefully selected 100% grain from the Arabica mountain.

Give your afternoon a break

Afternoon Tea

The spirit of the legendary Orient Express soothes the most frazzled traveler with no fewer than 15 classic Ronnefeldt teas served with a selection of delightful finger sandwiches and mouth-watering pastries.

The perfect place for a business meeting in Zagreb

Meeting point

Chew over knotty business problems alongside a great selection of drinks, clubs and cakes created by Esplanade pastry team, and then seal the deal via the free and superfast wi-fi available to all bar guests.

Timeless magnificence. Al fresco wine & dine. Open-Air events.

Oleander Terrace

If it’s 1920’s decadence that appeals to you, look no further than the Oleander Terrace; the very essence of indulgent high society lunching and an enduringly-popular meeting place.

Le Bistro offers the best štrukli in town, so they say.

Le Bistro was the first place where wine and champagne were served per glass.

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