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Eat & Drink

Where to find excellent restaurants, pubs, bistros, coffee shops, bars and music clubs in Prague


This wine bar was established in response to the love of Prague’s Bohemians of wine. Several renowned artists (filmmakers, a photographer, ...

Café Mlýnská

You can hear the sounds of a mill, or rather a little mill, on the banks of Čertovka canal. Kavárna Mlýnská is the first on the riverbank ...


Roxy is a Prague legend known for great music. As a club, it was established in 1992, in what was a stylish American-style cinema with a ...


This sweet shop founded in 1904 by František Myšák (Mouse) used to be a big local name. After the move and a transfer to a new address in ...

Café Imperial

You’ve just attended a concert in the Smetana Hall or you’ve just been admiring the buildings on Wenceslas Square. Either way, you're feeling enthused by the elegance of Belle Époque and don’t want to lose its magic. Keep the wonder alive by visiting the unique Café Imperial.

U Fleků

With its eight dining rooms and terrace, this brasserie near the New Town Hall can accommodate almost a thousand customers. A figure that is sometimes really reached, especially when there is a musical production consisting mainly of old Prague songs.

Café Slavia

The Café Slavia (Kavárna Slavia) is the most famous coffee shop in the Czech Republic and has become one of the symbols of Prague: of the city’s tempestuous history, rich intellectual life and local lifestyle.

Municipal House Restaurant

The Municipal House Restaurant is one of the most beautiful Art Nouveau restaurants in Europe. Here you can enjoy classic Czech dishes in a modern concept as well as delicacies of international cuisine, perfectly treated Pilsner beer and wines from all over the world.

Lucerna Music Bar

Lucerna is the most central venue – close to the middle of Prague’s main square. The building has a large main space staging concerts and ...

Municipal House Brewery

The restaurant is located in the basement of the Municipal House, Prague’s most famous Art Nouveau monument. The Art Nouveau style here has a rustic feel: blue ceramic decorations with rural allegories on the walls, large wooden tables and wood panelling.

Super Tramp Coffee

It’s probably the best concealed café in the heart of Prague. If you look carefully, you’ll find it in the courtyard of a building between ...

Kolkovna Olympia

At the foot of Petřín Hill, the restaurant was restored to its present form in 2003; the result successfully combines wooden panelling, retro furniture, and copper brewing kettles.

Malostranská beseda

The Malostranská beseda (Malá Strana Circle) building, on the corner of Malostranské square, houses three separate establishments: a café, a restaurant and a pub. The restaurant’s menu offers mainly traditional Czech dishes matching Pilsen Urquell beer served with mastery.

Café Savoy

Some cafés and restaurants are such a visual treat that you just don’t know where to look first. Should you gaze up at the ornate ...


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This social centre and shopping arcade in one ignores the flashiness typical of shopping malls – soulless temples of consumerism. ...


Lavish interior design and a great-looking stage area with excellent sound: such features made SaSaZu a revelation at one time. When it ...


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Naše maso

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500 Restaurant

From 1920, the U Písecké brány (At the Písek Gate) pub stood at this address, a reference to the Baroque monument only a few steps away. ...