The Alcron hotel Prague and its two restaurants, La Rotonde and Alcron are all, simply put, excellent. Located in the vicinity of Wenceslas Square in the center of Prague, this legendary hotel hosts two restaurants, one of them being an Art Deco gem, La Rotonde. Its unique circular design (yes, resembling a rotunda), stylish interior and a varied menu carefully created by Head Chef Lukáš Hlaváček, are just some of the reasons why this restaurant has repeatedly been graded as one of the ten best restaurants in the Czech Republic by the prestigious Maurer's Grand Restaurant Guide. Its
Looking for a different way to tour the city? Why not try a Jazz Boat tour down the winding Vltava? Take in all the city has to offer all the while listening to innovative jazz and enjoying a delicious gourmet dinner with fine wine, Staropramen beer, and tasty cocktails. Jazz Boat offers four 3-course gourmet meals complete with an appetizer, entrée and dessert; you can choose from the Pork, Chicken, Salmon or Vegetarian menus. The international wine list is extensive and you will not be disappointed with the selection. The boarding begins every day at 8 p.m. and departure takes place at 8:30
Located in a residential and hilly area in Prague 5 is the Folklore Garden. Situated in a gorgeous renovated brick mansion, the Folklore Garden is the best place to experience a Czech countryside atmosphere all the while never having left the center of Prague. The unforgettable dinner and folklore show is complete with traditional Czech cuisine, talented musicians and dancers wearing colorful costumes. The two and a half hour show will entertain and amuse; you are even welcome to join in by learning the Czech songs, dances and games performed by the entertainers, you can even join in and play
Located in the gorgeous area of Prague’s Old Town is La Casa Argentina, a popular eatery where you will be transported to the colorful land of Argentina. The restaurant is divided into five sections (described below) representing diverse areas of Argentina from a to z. The setting offers a relaxed yet bustling atmosphere providing a tranquil place to spend your time, which will flow slowly and peacefully like the Parana River, at La Casa Argentina. The first section of La Casa Argentina is Salon Caminito, a bustling restaurant and cocktail bar that features 130 thirst-quenching drinks.
If you visit Café Na Půl Cesty, where you can hear interesting unsigned bands and more during their open mic nights, then by your mere presence you are participating in a project of social rehabilitation. Café Na Půl Cesty is located in a park in Pankrác in a detached one-story brick building and is run by the Green Doors NGO. Green Doors integrates people with short-term cases of schizophrenia back into ordinary life. One way to do this is to employ them as servers in one of the Green Doors' “training enterprises”, whether it is the vegetarian restaurant Mlsná kavka, Klub V. kolona or the
Located in the popular residential area of Vinohrady and situated in a gorgeously renovated Art Nouveau building is the Czech Inn Kavarna Café & Bar. Belonging to the design hotel / hostel but open to the public, the bar is located on the ground floor and is in a large, beautiful oblong room with intricate ceiling moldings depicting grape vines, hops and instruments, motifs from what once was the King’s Vineyards, or Vinohrady. The detailing is exquisite and blends magically together with the modern elements of the bar such as the leather booths and the industrial floor. The interior
The experimental venue Roxy has literally attained a cult status with locals, tourists, musicians and other performers. Roxy draws in major DJs from all over the world and so if you are at least a little bit into the current dance music, go to Roxy on Friday or Saturday night at best and dance on the splendidly lit dance floor in the rhythm of quality dance music accompanied by video projections. Roxy specializes in progressive music like Drum ‘n’ Bass and Jungle. Club Roxy is famed for its dance parties attended regularly not only by representatives of the Czech club scene, but
If you ever feel frustrated that there is nothing much happening in Prague on Friday and Saturday nights, you should definitely try the 80s and 90s Party at Lucerna Music Bar, which is conveniently located a few steps from Wenceslas Square. This club night is the occasion when even the usually calm and slightly passive Czechs go wild and dance all night to the sound of pop hits. Those who are tired of dancing and drinking can relax a moment and watch music videos on a large screen and philosophize about how MTV has changed pop culture. The rest of the week Lucerna Music Bar offers live music
In the popular Chapeau Rouge club / bar, open since 1919, you will find a variety of rooms and levels to match your variety of moods. Chapeau Rouge has in fact, three floors, four bars, and three stages. Depending on what you seek, Prague's renowned Chapeau Rouge will definitely satisfy. If you happen to be heading to the Chapeau for a live show, then you will most definitely not be disappointed. The Live Underground venue is intimate and small, with great sound, tasty mouthwatering beer, and friendly staff members / sound technicians (perfect should you need to be in a band). Chapeau
SaSaZu, designed to wow the hip international crowd of clubbers, joined the Prague club scene in 2009. SaSaZu will definitely blow away jet-set partygoers with the club’s 5,000 m2 of space (enough space for about 2,000 people!), the sleek modern interior, and the world-famous clientele and DJs this hip club brings in. Located in the uber cool quarter of Holesovice in Prague 7, already home to a select few industrial factories turned dance clubs, SaSaZu is right at home. Dance into the wee hours of the morning with the young and the beautiful at SaSaZu, a household name in Europe.