This art nuveau style coffee shop is righty regarded as one of the most beautiful coffee shops in Prague. Its interior is a great experience for all visitors. The menu is aimed mostly at sweet and cold snacks.
This Café was founded in 1902 and has been at the top of Prague Cafés and the culture life since the beginning. The restaurant serves a wide selection of breakfast menus, light meals and traditional Czech cuisine. Also you can find a billiards hall with five top quality tables.
The art nuveau ceramic interior, which is the only original of its kind in the world, ranks this coffee house among the best in town. Every night you can enjoy live jazz concerts performed by top Prague´s jazz bands.
A legend from the First Republic returns. Once a watering hole for legendary Prague figures, Montik is a jewel of Cafés.
This MTV-styled lounge shows a steady stream of music videos on a massive projection screen. Decent salads and pizzas.
Hookahs, exotic teas, divans and Middle Eastern meals, all combined with occasional belly dancing and a truly rarefied atmosphere. (enter on Rybna).
A miracle: coffee of the highest quality in the heart of Old Town. Pure arabicas and custom coffee blends created just for Praguers.
Three-time winner of "Best Coffee in Prague." Quiet courtyard cafe, specialty coffee shop and Internet cafe also has coffee to go and freshly roasted whole-bean coffee. Yummy baked goods, too. (in the Platyz courtyard, opposite Tesco).
Legendary. The views across the river are unbeatable at Prague's most celebrated literary and theatrical cafe. (opposite the National Theater).
An expat institution. Coffee and conversation, booze and books. Full menu, with weekend brunch. (behind the National Theater)
"Memories of Africa" offers the town's widest selection of coffees: more than 30 freshly roasted single-bean varieties, plus flavored and blended coffees. If you'd like to roast your own, green coffee beans are also available. A lifesaver. (behind Kotva department store).