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Trendy nice bar with mix of locals and tourists. Usual place to go for few drinks before hitting the clubs.
Great value cocktails and excellent music (electronic/house) on the night. Perfect if you want some good local atmosphere without going to a massive club.
Amazing acoustic and sound system. They have DJ's playing most of the evenings. Music is electronic, but not rough. Overall very good place to sip several cocktails with someone special.
“Located conveniently on the artsy island of Kampa (you can see some of David Černy’s alien babies here, check out the John Lennon Wall, and socialize with local artists at Mlýnská Kavárna), you’ll find Museum Kampa right along the banks of the Vltava. At Museum Kampa they focus on Central European art, as well as house the collections of two icons of 20th century Czech art, František Kupka and Otto Gutfruend. Also on rotation are temporary exhibits of Czech and international artists (past exhibits included the work of Yoko Ono, Piet Mondrian, Theodor Pištěk, and Andy Warhol). Even if you don’t manage to make it inside, sneak a peek at their sculpture garden which is free of charge. ”
“Churrasco is a traditional method of cooking various kinds of meat on a big skewer, especially beef. Large and small pieces alike are grilled in a special grill. Rodizio is a way of serving meat whereby the „passadores de carne“ slice the meat off the skewers directly onto your plate. You will also find a paper circle on your table. Turning the green side up sends a signal saying "Fill my plate!”
Point of Interest
“The Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague 1-Josefov, probably from 1439 to 1786. Its predecessor was the cemetery from New Town called the Jewish Garden.”
紀念碑 / 地標
“The Jan Hus Memorial by Ladislav Šaloun is located in Prague's Old Town Square. It was unveiled in 1915, the fiftieth anniversary of Hus's burning. Since 1962 it has been protected as a national cultural monument within the entire Old Town Square.”