Trogir for locals…
Trogir is a small medieval town between Šibenik and Split.
As you may guess, many places on the coast are closing for the winter time. But locals are staying in the town, so you will hang out in the cafés, restaurants with locals. Some of these locations are very authentic and prices will dramatically surprise you in a good way!
We prepared the guide about the town during the low season. On the map you can see restaurants, bars, coffee places, supermarkets and fitness opened.
Vrata o Grada. Traditional Croatian food. Where is the best risotto in the town and pasta with seafood? Right here. Also they serve lovely breakfast for 7€ only and aren’t going for vacation even during the winter!
Mirkec. Pizza, pizza, more pizza! Comfort food for the carb fest.
Franka. New restaurant, opened in 2021 and became popular because of espresso martini and interesting combinations (raviolli with cream cheese and beetroot, tuna tartar with apple and so on). Franka is going on vacation from November until May.
Wild West Trogir. Burgers and MEEEEAT. Very juicy and delicious! They also have vegetarian burgers and good tap beer. Locals like it in WW (no pasta and lasagna in the menu – maybe it’s the reason).
Bocel. The best fish restaurant in Trogir and around – without exaggeration. Located in SCT Trogir charter base next to ACI Marina, has a terrace with the sea view. Good for romantic dinners, fine dining and for meetings with friends.
Buffet Leptir. Nothing fancy, just really nice takeaway food for a lunch. Especially when you’re fed up with kebabs and would like to have a proper meal. Place the order via phone or via their Facebook page!
Coccolo. Croatian grill that you can have after shopping or gym in Marissa center.
Barba. This konoba is very simple and mostly for locals. Located in Seget Donij, on the main street between Trogir and Seget Vranjica. Fresh fish and delicious meat!
Frankie. A bit far from the center, next to Marina Baotić harbor. Skippers and sailors recommend to try grilled chicken and homemade pasta there. Prices will surprise you in a good way.
Intrada. You can get there by car or bus #37. Charming atmosphere, high quality and delicious food, big portions.
Restaurant Baletna škola. You can get there by car or bus #37. Name of the restaurant can be translated as ballet school. No worries, they have something better than rice and carrots in the menu. It’s a very cozy restaurant with a terrace which can fit up to 30 people. Perfect for meeting with other digital nomads.
Disclaimer: Most of coffee places are turning into bars even before the sun goes down =)
Corte bar. The main square one. Coffee with sun rays and evening cocktails. Something like in Venice, something like in Rome. The main square is the main magical spot in the town, take a seat and one of Muses will visit you as soon as possible.
Gallion bar. Bar/pub/caffee. Mostly good for beer and cocktails with gin
Smokvica. In Croatian the name means “small figs”. Quiet place to have your own peace.
Tomislav. Next to the fresh market with the channel and bridge view. (Sorry, it’s not Rialto bridge in Venice, but it’s way sunnier and not busy). Locals like to have a cup of coffee in there after doing grocery. There is a bakery next to Tomislav, where you can buy some pastry and get the perfect breakfast combo
Martinino. It’s the real bar, sometimes people even dance in there. But mostly they drink and talk. During the day you can seat there with a laptop, for the evening – meet locals and chill with your friends.
Korado. We would describe it in the same way as Martinini. But for evenings on Fridays they have DJ! (nobody is dancing tho)
Disco Club Monaco. There is no Disco and it’s not a club (actually used to be but not anymore). They have good coffee, visit them on weekend, when bridge construction sound won’t ruin the impression.