Top Places to Eat and Drink in Prague

Prague is one of the cheapest and the best-preserved cities in Europe. It has a romantic riverside location with some magnificent architecture, artistic bridges, breath-taking vistas, glorious statues, cathedrals, gold-tipped towers and a skyline full of medieval church spires, often compared to Paris in terms of its beauty and culture. Prague has perfectly preserved its medieval heritage while walking on the steps of urbanisation. Here you can find monuments displaying significant works of Gothic Period, mostly 14th and the 15th century.

Another way Prague manages to steal your heart is through your stomach. The widely popular cuisine leads you into the trap of a gastronomic affair with its mouth-watering food. One cannot have a complete experience of the city without visiting some of the best places to eat and drink in Prague, which include restaurants like Lemon Leaf, Pasta Fresca, Butcher’s Grill & Pasta, The PUB, Bohemia Bagel, Plzeňský Restaurant Anděl, Potrefená Husa, Lokal Blok and the Bar Blue Light. Prague also offers many eateries and bars that are not too harsh on the pocket and still do not fail to provide some high-quality food like The Aromi, La Finestra, Pasta Fresca and Aureole. Some of the best cafes in Prague include Doubleshot roasters, Proti proudu bistro, Cafe Lounge and the famous The Globe Bookstore & Café. The tastes and aromas of the city with a broad range of restaurants, Cafés and bars offering some of the best g delicacies of Czech and world cuisine is an unforgettable experience.

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  • Municipal House

    #1 of 11 Food & Drinks Things To Do in Prague
    Municipal House

    Tags: Bar, Historical Site, Cafe, Restaurant

    Address: nam. Republiky 5, 111 21 Praha 1, Czech Republic

    Timings: 10:00 am - 08:00 pm Details

    Municipal House is held in very high regard in the cultural map of Prague. It is the city's first Art Nouveau building, and is considered to be one of the finest in Europe. Inside the Municipal house,...Read more

  • Lesser Town

    #2 of 11 Food & Drinks Things To Do in Prague
    Lesser Town

    Tags: Church, Walking Area, Restaurant, Market

    Address: Lesser Town, Prague 1, Czech Republic 1

    Timings: 24-hrs Details

    Lesser town was initially a market place and today has become the heart of the city of Prague. There are many official buildings and various restaurants located in Lesser town. Some of the most import...Read more

  • Lobkowicz Palace

    #3 of 11 Food & Drinks Things To Do in Prague
    Lobkowicz Palace

    Tags: Art And Culture, Museum, Palace, Food And Drinks

    Address: Jirska 3, 119 00 Praha, Czech Republic

    Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

    Lobkowicz Palace is an amazing place to be visited when you are in Prague. This highly acclaimed palace is a part of Prague Castle. The palace is open to visitors as public museum displaying various e...Read more

  • Nerudova Street

    #4 of 11 Food & Drinks Things To Do in Prague
    Nerudova Street

    Tags: Art And Culture, Walking Area, Restaurant, Streets

    Address: Nerudova Street, Lesser town, Prague 1, Czech Republic

    Timings: 24-hrs Details

    Nerudova Street is the most picturesque street that leads you to Prague castle. You will find come across various types of souvenir shops, restaurants, embassies and will still be left with a lot more...Read more

  • Wenceslas Square

    #5 of 11 Food & Drinks Things To Do in Prague
    Wenceslas Square

    Tags: Bar, Library, Landmark, Club

    Address: Wenceslas Square, New Town, Prague 1, Czech Republic

    Timings: 24-hrs Details

    Wenceslas Square is one of the best commercial and shopping hubs in the city of Prague. Named after Saint Wenceslas, Wenceslas Square is totally popular for its happening nightlife that includes vario...Read more

  • Celetna Street

    #6 of 11 Food & Drinks Things To Do in Prague
    Celetna Street

    Tags: Walking Area, Streets, Nightlife

    Address: Prague, Czech Republic (Praha 1)

    Timings: 24-hrs Details

    Celetna Street is located in the Old Town in the city of Prague and is also regarded as one of the oldest streets of Prague. This street is also considered to be the part of Royal Route. You will find...Read more

  • Republic Square

    #7 of 11 Food & Drinks Things To Do in Prague
    Republic Square

    Tags: Bar, Walking Area, Food And Drinks, Restaurant

    Address: Prague, Czech Republic (Praha 1)

    Timings: 24-hrs Details

    A major transport hub, the Republic square is a lively place in Prague. There are street vendors, bars and restaurants that add to its charisma. The Old Town is at walking distance from here and the b...Read more

  • Prague Beer Museum

    #8 of 11 Food & Drinks Things To Do in Prague
    Prague Beer Museum

    Tags: Museum, Food And Drinks, Specialty Museum, Adults

    Address: Prague Beer Museum, Dlouha 46, Prague 1, Czech Republic

    Timings: 12:00 pm - 11:59 pm Details

    Prague Beer museum is one of the most visited attractions of Pra-gue. It is a perfect place specially for beer lovers. The place is known to be always crowded with people who are here to have a good t...Read more

  • Hanavsky Pavillion

    #9 of 11 Food & Drinks Things To Do in Prague
    Hanavsky Pavillion

    Tags: Food And Drinks, Restaurant, Leisure

    Address: Letenske sady 173, 170 00 Praha 7, Czech Republic

    Timings: 11:00 am - 11:59 pm Details

    Hanavsky Pavillion can easily be described as one of the most impressive examples of Art Nouveau architecture in the city. Originally built as the representative pavilion of the Komárov Ironwor...Read more

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