Blagogajnica None (Grandma's) does a steady take-out business. It also has a few small tables. In March (low season), the selection was limited: pizzas, hamburgers, fries, but also some good Croatian fare: cevapi served with ajvar (the cevapi were good, not great), soparnik (a sort of thin double-crust pizza filled with spinach or blitva [Croatian chard]. They also chopped and grilled fresh veggies on request. The menu on the wall included a lot of meat dishes that weren't available, but I'm guessing it's because we were there in low season. If you want a quick, tasty meal, None is a great choice. It's on Bosanska street, which goes along the western side of Diocletian's Palace.
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