Municipal House Restaurant

Prague's Obecni dum (Municipal House) is a supreme example of Art Nouveau architecture – this fascinating beauty often hosts concerts, exhibitions and other social events. The ground floor of this beautiful building (specifically in the northern area of the right wing) plays host to the Municipal House Restaurant, which is unofficially called the most beautiful Art Nouveau restaurant in the world. F. Kraumann, J. Wenig and the Ant. Baumgartl and Son Company designed the interior and it is truly a unique work of art thanks to which every visit of the restaurant becomes a truly unforgettable experience. The restaurant, part of the Vyšehrad 2000 Group (as is the Municipal House Cafe), offers traditional Czech cuisine with a modern twist and top-quality international fare, all prepared under the supervision of their experienced, well-respected chef. The restaurant has been featured in various movies including I Served the King of England and La Vie en Rose. Film buffs will surely be impressed with the attention to detail in this architectural gem. After an elegant meal at the Municipal House Restaurant, have a wander around the building – If you’re lucky you’ll be able to see some of the other rooms such as the American Bar, a beautiful intimate space that reflects the atmosphere of the grand First Republic, or perhaps the traditional Czech beer hall (formerly known as Plzenska Restaurace) decorated with painted wooden benches and colorful wall tiles.

náměstí Republiky 5, Praha 1, +420 222 002 770, www.restauraceod.cz

Address: náměstí Republiky 5, Praha 1

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