Here we present you with some of the best options for eating and drinking on Vis!

Eating & Drinking on Vis

Bejbi Bar
Setaliste stare Isse 9, Vis
Website: www.facebook.com/Caffe-bar-Bejbi-Vis-801891466599704
A quirky place that’s likely to be jumping at that time in the evening when other places have shut up shop. But a fun bar to go to whatever time it is, with its outdoors-but-indoors vibe; drinks are reasonably priced and the music is eclectic to say the least – expect to hear “amazing” 80s Europop with The XX only a few songs later. Just mind the smokers!

Fort George
Above Vis Town
Website: www.fortgeorgecroatia.com
A twenty minute walk outside of Vis Town is Fort George, a long abandoned British fort that’s now home to a bar and restaurant, open during the summer months. Perched on a hill, there’s gorgeous views out to sea, and the pretty, slightly eccentrically decorated garden can’t help but provide you with a content, ‘this is the life’ feeling when you visit. Recommended.

Fort George
Fort George in daytime

Riblji Restoran
Riva sv. Mikule 6, Komiza
Literally meaning ‘fish restaurant’, you can’t come here and, well…not partake in some fish or seafood! Try the squid ink (black) risotto or the octopus, fisherman’s style (essentially a goulash-type dish). Main courses are around the 80 – 100 Kunas mark, this is a good low-key option when eating out in Komiza.

Konoba & Bar Lola
Matije Gupca 12, Vis
Website: www.lolavisisland.com
A relatively new addition to the Vis dining scene, this restaurant puts an innovative twist on traditional Dalmatian cuisine. The exceedingly pretty courtyard setting adds to the charm of this place, and it’s got the mix of ‘smart’ and ‘relaxed’ just right.

Dionis
Matije Gubca 1, Vis
Website: www.dionis.hr
A low-key option for when you’ve got a hankering for a beer and pizza night, and want something wallet-friendly too. Pizzas are around the 50-60 Kuna mark, and you can add extra toppings (for an additional charge) as you like. There’s a large outdoor courtyard that acts as a seating area close to the waterfront. Open all day, so you can also come here for (non-pizza!) breakfast too – priced at around 40-50 Kunas. Fans of the film Mamma Mia 2 may recognise the courtyard – it was one of the filming locations!

Pizza, Dionis, Vis
Pizza at Dionis (yes, that is artichoke!)

Lambik
Kut
With a lovely seating area in the plaza out front – close enough to watch the activity on the yachts in the harbour – or in the stone courtyard, this is a fine reward if you decide to make the walk from Vis Town to nearby Kut. A good selection of beers and cocktails, they’re also known for their pizzas.

Kantun
Biskupa Mihe Pusica 17, Vis
This restaurant is probably one of the most raved about places on the whole island of Vis, and rightly so. On the eastern edge of the harbourfront in Vis Town, there’s outdoor seating as well as a cosy interior. You can’t help but go for one of the grilled fish options, and make sure you wash it down with some local wine (ask for recommendations). If you’re not quite into fish as some are, go for the traditional Dalmatian pasticada – a stewed beef dish that’s served with gnocchi. The grilled veg as a side – go for a portion of the table – is also fantastic.

Paradajz Lost
Pod Kulom 5, Vis
Located next to the (privately owned) tower in Vis Town, this slightly ramshackle place (with old lamps dotted around, a record player next to a stack of LPs playing blues and reggae) is a great post-dinner treat. You must try one of their selection of rakijas, and then wonder how people actually get into that tower.

Konoba Stoncica
Stoncica Bay
Website: 
www.konoba-stoncica.com
If you make it down to Stoncica bay – home to a small sandy beach – whether by road or by boat (lucky you!), be sure to give this place a try for excellent grilled meat and fish choices in a really charming setting.