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We went here in Dec 2019 with 10 of us and had high hopes as it had been recommended by several people before we came. Yes - the drinks were great so many to chose from and were really unique but the food really let...More
This is my favorite bar in the world! I was here 4 years ago and was so excited to come back! When people ask me for Prague recommendations this is the first “must do” I mention. megi took great care of us and gave us...More
This bar has a fabulous unique setting.We were greeted straight away by Meggie who shown us to our table, myself,my Sister and our Husbands had the most fantastic night in fact we never went anywhere else. The barman Dan made the most amazing cocktails the...More
With the 70s retro ‘Airline’ themed restaurant and American style burger joint - this place was good.. it turned out to be really Fun tbh. Service was great and all usual drinks on the menu. Staff wear airline outfits and very pleasant. Then after dinner...More
Just spent a happy 90mins at the Hangar Bar, has 3 different cocktails each, so 6 cocktails in total and the bill was 920 CZK, about £31...brilliant value and served by the charming Simona who made me and my husband feel very welcome and looked...More
Pilot uniforms etc are good touch, however it stops there. I ordered four cocktails and was charged 2000ck! Unfortunately i didn't look at my receipt until i left but i am sure each cocktail I ordered was only 300 ck. The bar tender kept trying...More
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Josefov houses Prague’s Jewish community. This small neighborhood centered around Široká street is completely surrounded by Staré Město (Old Town). As the former Jewish Ghetto, today all that remains are a few synagogues and the oldest surviving Jewish cemetery in Europe. The narrow streets were once small enough that a person could touch the houses on both sides. You can still feel the dignity and history this
neighborhood carries in its legacy as Franz Kafka’s birthplace. Nearby streets are full of kosher restaurants, museums and antique bookstores.