In 1947, it was recorded that canteens were built for the needs of workers in the industrial
zone, where up to 110 meals were prepared daily. Originally, immediately after the liberation,
the canteen of the Fabex factory was built (in 1945 the Petar Drapšin factory was renamed),
and in addition to Fabex workers, workers of the screw factory, Jugopetrol and others also ate
here. Fabex's period of business was marked by various activities aimed at uniting workers
and through other activities, thus the amateur theatre and a football field were built.
Today, Menza is dedicated to the purchase of art vignettes, with a café-bar and souvenir shop.