Locals still refer to the building as
Jadran (Adriatic), which was the
name of the café that was housed
in the building prior to the restaurant.
Some people may remember
the building as Garzarolli's house –
after the owner of the inn that was
housed in the building until the
very last days of World War II, when it burnt
to the ground due to bombing. According
to the folk tradition, the semi-circular stone
portal of the main entrance, which features
the year 1793, was brought from the Church
of St. Ursula, which used to stand on Sovič.
Tip: Sheltered by the terrace you can keep an
eye on what is going on in Tito Square, which
is at its liveliest in the evenings.