Newcastle upon Tyne, England, United Kingdom
June 27, 2005
The interior is mostly wood and could be described either as cosy or dark and gloomy depending on the time of year you visit. Perhaps not everyone's cup of tea, the music can be loud, and sports are often shown. It's a popular place for travellers to meet, although the city's young people also like the place.
The Cutty Sark has a good jukebox with lots of Slovenian rock as well as well known European and American acts. Be sure to play something by Siddhartha, Slovenia's most popular rock band. Clientele can be quite gothy but not exclusively so, however dress in black and you won't be out of place. It's about 1.8 euros for a small beer, and all drinks reasonably priced for the city centre.The drinks are fairly standard - Union and Lasko are sold here as everywhere else in the city (except Kratochwill) and there is the usual choice of wines and spirits
From journal Delightful Ljubljana