Bakeshop Prague

Kozí 1, Prague 1
 
A unique and outstanding café and bistro, Bakeshop Prague, offers delicious coffee, fresh pastries and homemade cuisine in the centre of Prague. From freshly baked croissants and delectable cakes that look too good to eat, to more substantial food including breakfast, lunch and dinner, Bakeshop Prague is an ideal choice for a little rest stop after a busy day working or sightseeing.
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Villa Richter

Staré zámecké schody 6/251, Prague 1
 
Tucked away from the main tourist route yet below Prague castle, Villa Richter has established a far reaching reputation for being one of the best fine dining restaurants in Prague. It prides itself on giving guests a quality dining experience complete with a luxurious setting and refined service. The area boasts the oldest vineyard in the Czech republic, two restaurants – Piano Nobile and Piano Terra, a large terrace and a garden café.
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Brewery U Supa

Celetná 22, Prague 1
 
Located on the main tourist trail in Celetná street, Brewery U Supa is the oldest hostelry in Prague and one of the most noteworthy Czech restaurants in the city. It is a defiantly traditional restaurant and brewery with a rustic look, where walls could tell you stories. The origins date back to the 15th century.  Oozing history and character, this grand, welcoming venue can accommodate up to 300 guests.
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Loď Pivovar

Dvorákovo nábreží, Štefánikuv most, kotvište 19, Prague 1

Situated below Stefanikuv bridge and a stone´s throw from the Republic square, Loď Pivovar (Boat Brewery) provides a traditional old Czech restaurant on the main deck, a brew pub on the under deck and a summer terrace on the upper deck. The brewing equipment is spread over the main and the lower deck.

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