JCB, D, VISA, EC/MC
|Rating by Square Meal:||60%||60%||60%|
|Rating by visitors:||70%|
This establishment is a short walk from Prague Castle gates, past the Baroque palaces, gets you to this stylish, petite establishment.
The entrance is hidden off stairs which connect Loretanská and Úvoz streets.
An international-chic palate of sub-dued brown/beige hues, timber beams, black/white photos, bar with spotlit bottles greets you as you enter. But the real story is the incredible 180° panoramic view of Petřín hill which glides down to the Little Quarter, river and the Old Town. And that’s not all. When the weather permits the whole roof is mechanically withdrawn so you can bask in the sun with the blue sky above. And dont worry if it rains, they can pull back the roof to cover you.
GPS: 50°5'17.898 N, 14°23'35.433 E
Locality: Prague 1 - Castle Quarter
Tram: 22, 57 cca 350 metres
From city centre: .
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