February 2, 2004
It distinguishes itself by being Croatia's ONLY true jazz club, and true to the concept of such, it's a little smokey, seems maybe a bit worn, but with a warm, cozy atmosphere, friendly waiters, and amazingly high quality in its performers. The owner himself is a renowned jazz artist and because of his background, he's able to get big names to play on a small stage. For jazz-lovers, this is probably as close as you'll ever get to internationally reknowned jazz stars and a visit an ABSOLUTE must; it's also good for people who simply like to enjoy a cold beer in a friendly, relaxed setting.
Although BP Club is not on the main list of clubbing experiences in Zagreb, I have on multiple occasions enjoyed its atmosphere far more than any of the so-called in-spots around town, of which there are plenty.
Bottom line: If you're going to Zagreb, you owe it to yourself to stop in at the BP Club, have a beer, listen to the music, and strike up a conversation with the friendly waiters.
From journal Zagreb -- the delight of Croatia