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“Soma is a local institution among the young, and nearly all visitors to Pristina end up here at some point. The shady garden hums with activity at lunchtime, while the red-brick industrial-chic interior is lined with bookshelves and has a relaxed vibe. Food combines various tastes of the Mediterranean, including tuna salad, beef carpaccio, grilled fish, steaks and burgers. There's a terrific selection of books and vinyl on sale and the central bar area is one of the best places to drink in town (Source: Lonely Planet, 2017). ”
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Bar
“Most famous place where locals hang out. Very cool environment, with a lot of young people. ”
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Cafe
“Open-air space (and closed and warm during winter) with great and friendly hosts, where you can find many foreign students. This is also the trendiest hostel in the city. ”
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Restaurant
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“Originally opened in 2002, Tirona is located in a street locally known as “Te kafet e rakise” (Rakija cafes) which is only two minutes away from the main boulevard Mother Theresa. This is a small street in Prishtina that has always been famous for the little bars that are on both sides of the road. During the summer it is super overcrowded inside the bars, in the terrace and in the street, so it has a very vibrant and lively vibe. (Source: Spotted by Locals, 2019). Note: you haven't been to Kosovo if you haven't tried rakia!”
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Bar
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Bar
“Enjoy timeout with your friends in now called 'MIQT Pub' with an Irish feel of cold beers and atmosphere.”
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Pub
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Other Nightlife
Mexican Restaurant
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Cocktail Bar
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