Eating and Shopping in New Town

  • Bageterie Boulevard | Prague Bageterie Boulevard

    Bageterie Boulevard is a chain restaurant located throughout Prague that serves a healthier version of fast food that is tasty and affordable. One of the best features of Bageterie Boulevard is that the establishment serves breakfast until 11:00 a.m. including such delights as yogurt with fruit, croissants, English muffins, fresh coffee drinks and more for hungry passersby on their way to work or sightseeing. For lunch or a light snack, Bageterie Boulevard offers a variety of salads including a Caesar’s...

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  • Bresto Wine Bar & Cafe | Prague Bresto Wine Bar & Cafe

    Located in bustling New Town close to Wenceslas Square, St. Longin Rotunda (one of the oldest buildings in the city of Prague) and the pretty St. Stephan Church is the popular Bresto Wine Bar & Café. Bresto specializes in two things, wine and coffee. The establishment offers a wide assortment of the best international wines including the drink of the gods from France, Italy, Chile, Argentina, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic, 13 types of international coffee and Champagne. The simple...

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  • Cafe Amandine | Prague Cafes Cafe Amandine

    Located in Prague 2 in the pretty area of Moran, which is close to the Vltava River is the gorgeous Café Amandine, a true throw back to the Art Nouveau cafes of the First Republic and to authentic Parisian cafes. Café Amandine’s interior is complete with chartreuse and hot pink striped wallpaper, an abundance of dark wood, a large bar, display cases with delectable treats, Art Nouveau glass chandeliers and much more. The staff at Café Amandine with their proper...

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  • Diana World of Nuts | Prague Diana World of Nuts

    The extensive nut case in this shop will make your mouth water. You can purchase in bulk pine nuts, cashews, walnuts, Brazil nuts, pecans, peanuts; the list goes on. Diana World of Nuts also offers dried fruits, zesty wasabi peas; trail mixes, teas, herbs, seeds, hard candies, and sweet treats such as chocolate covered peanuts and raisins, sugarcoated jelly candies, licorices, and caramels. You can also find a limited selection of organic and international foods such as brown sugar, Tamari...

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  • eDelikatesy.cz | E-shop with Delicacies eDelikatesy.cz

    The Internet shop eDelikatesy.cz, which has been operating in the Czech Republic since 2005 as a supplier of quality goods for restaurants and five-star hotels, offers various delicacies from the Mediterranean in its e-shop and in its stores in Prague 2 and Prague 6. Its range of goods includes such delicacies as echinus caviar and roe, octopus in extra virgin olive oil and other seafood products as well as excellent Spanish hams, various sheep and goat cheeses, jams, artichokes in...

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  • Farah Oriental Market | Prague Farah Oriental Market

    Farah Oriental Market is a wonderful food shop carrying Middle Eastern, Turkish, and Indian delicacies and spices. The shop offers a variety of certified halal meat neatly arranged in a case displaying fresh, thick and tender-looking lamb perfect for lamb chops, as well as Merguez sausage and chicken. This is the perfect place in Prague 1 to meet your certified halal meat needs. The sweets case is perfectly delectable-looking and offers different phyllo and honey treats perfect for that sweet...

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  • Himalaya | Indian Restaurant Himalaya Indian Restaurant

    If you are searching for an exotic meal in Prague, Himalaya is an authentic Indian restaurant located in the center of the gorgeous city, where you can sample delicious and tasty Indian fare at very affordable prices. Himalaya offers Tandoori dishes, Baltistani dishes, halal meat, vegetarian courses and more. The extensive dinner menu and lunch menu feature all you could ever wish for from an Indian restaurant - the lunch menu, served from 11-3:30 p.m. offers about ten dishes to...

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  • New Town City Hall from Karlovo Namesti Karlovo Náměstí

    Karlovo Náměstí, which translates to Charles Square, is located in New Town, and is the largest public square in Prague, and one of the largest in all of Europe. With a wooded area, a park, a busy street, a church, a town hall building, as well as above-ground tram and below-ground metro lines, it can be hard to fathom that all of this life is contained within one public square. Once the site of the biggest major cattle market for...

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  • Lucerna Passage | St. Wenceslas Lucerna Passage

    An intricate system of passages runs under the Art Nouveau Lucerna Palace from 1920 connecting Vodickova and Stepanska streets; this is the Lantern passage. New Town is full of passages leading you to winding streets, small shops and interesting secret cafes. The Lantern passage, or Lucerna Passage, seems to be one of the largest and the most interesting. It is connected in a maze of passages to the Novak Arcade as well. Underneath the Palace you will find the entrance...

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  • Millhouse Sushi Kaitan | Sushi in Prague Millhouse Sushi Kaitan

    Millhouse Sushi Kaitan is a sushi bar located in the lively garden of the Slovansky Dum shopping center and cinema complex, a perfect green spot to enjoy mouthwatering sushi before or after a shopping outing or a film viewing. Millhouse Sushi Kaitan also boasts one of the only running sushi conveyor belts in Prague, full of tasty sashimi, maki rolls and nigiri rolls and much more made fresh by the Japanese Sushi Chef. The standard menu also features a variety...

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  • Miyabi | Prague | Sushi Miyabi

    Miyabi is a truly authentic Japanese restaurant close to Karlovo Namesti in Prague 1 with an attractive, simple and clean interior decorated with natural elements such as bamboo and stone. The menu is varied and includes a good selection of maki and nigiri rolls, sashimi, tempura and teriyaki dishes, soba noodles, fresh salads, and interesting tasty desserts including tiramisu with green tea, green tea sorbet and wagashi. A wide variety of take-out lunch options are available in the traditional Obento...

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  • Modry Zub Restaurant | Thai Cuisine Modry Zub Restaurant

    Located on bustling Spálená Street is the exciting and refreshingly authentic Modry Zub Restaurant. This fine dining authentic Thai establishment is a sister restaurant to Modry Zub Noodle Bar, which is also located in New Town on Jindrisska Street. This elegant restaurant uses only the freshest ingredients imported from Germany and Austria whenever certain ingredients are needed that the Czech Republic does not import, such as Thai Zucchini and Thai spices. Modry Zub Restaurant, a 100% perfect authentic Thai establishment...

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  • Moje Kredenc | Italian Shop Moje Kredenc

    Moje Kredenc, or what translates to My Cupboard in English, is a specialty food shop that specializes in high quality gourmet goods. At Moje Kredenc you can find an excellent selection of European wines including Spanish, Italian, Bohemian and Moravian wines, some of which you can sample after 4 p.m. every Thursday and Friday. In addition to a great selection of wines, you can also purchase gift boxes including port wine and giant bottles of wine from France, Italy and...

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  • Prague Farmers Markets | Spring Blooms Náplavka Farmers Market

    Náplavka, the affectionate nickname for the farmers market located at Rašínovo nábřeží (near Palackého square) in New Town's Prague 2, translates to “at the riverbank”, and that is exactly what this market is. Located on the riverbank walk, you can stroll through market stalls while enjoying the sun, cooled by the breeze off the the Vltava river. Boasting views of Prague Castle, Petřín Hill, and situated just a few blocks from the famous Dancing House, this location is perfect for...

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  • Ristorante Pagana | Fine Dining Ristorante Pagana

    One of the things that might strike you about Prague is how popular Italian food is; there is quite literally, a pizzeria on almost every corner. Unfortunately, the quality is often quite poor and in nine out of ten cases the food offered should really be called Czech-Italian instead of traditional Italian. It is therefore always a pleasant surprise to discover a true original in a deep sea of bad replicas, a real Italian restaurant among so many Italian wannabes....

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  • Terry's Posters | Prague Terry Posters

    Located inside of the hip Svetozor art house cinema complex is Terryho Ponozky or Terry Posters. The store specializes in everything dealing with movies including vintage Czechoslovak movie posters from the 1930s-1989 (The extensive vintage collection boasts 8,000 original graphic posters of genres such as animation, sci-fi, westerns, spy films, war films and more). The perfect store for film buffs, Terrys Posters also features fiction on movies, international, Czech and Slovakian DVDS, clothes and poster exhibitions as well. Poster exhibitions...

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  • The Candy Store | American and British Sweets The Candy Store

    Do you crave American and British sweets such as candy bars, soda pop, hard candy, tasty savory crisps and more? If you do, you no longer have to daydream about these super sweet and salty snacks! The Candy Store in Prague, to the pure delight of all those in love with American and British sweets and snacks has it all! The Candy Store stocks a wide variety of sweet and savory treats and you can find there products from big...

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  • The Globe | Bookstore and Cafe The Globe

    The Globe, hailed as a Prague institution – a title it surely deserves – is a lovely restaurant, café and bookstore with over 10,000 new and used titles ranging in diversity, located in the New Town section of Prague. The Globe, established in 1993, and famous as the first English bookstore in Prague, features some of the best home cooking in the city of Prague and offers juicy burgers, crisp salads, colorful pastas, a full American-style brunch on the weekends,...

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  • Tlustá Koala | Old-Fashioned Interior Tlustá Koala

    Tlustá Koala, or Fat Koala is a British-style pub and restaurant in the heart of downtown Prague. The two-floor bar is decorated in a shabby chic Victorian style that includes dark wooden accents and floral wallpaper that will make you feel comfortable and welcome. The Fat Koala offers an impressive ten beers on tap including Hoegaarden, Cat Beer (a special Czech brew), Stella Artois and Staropramen, plus Strongbow Cider and a full menu with starters, soups, salads, meat and poultry...

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  • Trhy Tylak Farmers Market Trhy Tylak Farmers Market

    This farmer's market joined the market scene in Prague, as it kicked off its historic first season in March of 2012. Aptly named the Trhy Tylak – or Tylak Market, using the slang term for the square – this market is very conveniently located at Tylovo Náměstí, near the metro stop at IP Pavlova (on the red C line), and adjacent to the popular tram hub of the much-used daytime trams 4, 6, 10, 11, 16, and 22, as well as...

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  • U Sedleru | Czech Traditional Restaurant and Pub U Sedlerů

    Located on the ground floor of an Art Nouveau building by Rudolf Tereba and situated on bustling Karlovo náměstí (conveniently by a tram stop) is the U Sedlerů restaurant and beer hall. The name of the restaurant comes from the mispronounced name of Josef Sedeler, who owned the house around 1730. The current U Sedlerů Restaurant opened in June of 2010 in place of the defunct U Sedlerů brewery; the restaurant continues in the tradition of offering authentic hospitality with...

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  • Universal | Restaurant in New Town Universal

    Only a few dozen meters away from the National Theater in Prague you will find the stylish Universal restaurant, whose beef Carpaccio or salmon with spinach and saffron sauce will enchant your taste buds to such an extent that Universal will expand your personal list of favorite Prague restaurants. The head of the kitchen is a French chef who truly understands the cuisine of his native land. He will prepare any of the wide offer of salads, typical French hors...

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  • Wenceslas Square | Flowers Wenceslas Square

    Sloping through the middle of the city and presided over by an impressive statue of the Patron Saint of Bohemia, lies one of Prague's most important living museums, Wenceslas Square. Prague's natural meeting point is at Wenceslas Square, with residents often using the phrase “let's meet under the horse”, referring to the horse that St. Wenceslas sits astride. Prague's legendary Wenceslas Square has been the site of some of the most important and thrilling events in Czech history, especially in...

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  • Whiskey Bar | Interior Whiskey Bar

    Located in a beautiful and downright whimsical Gothic Tower that was renovated in 2002 is the lovely Whiskey Bar and whiskey shop operated by E-Whisky.cz. This whiskey paradise is located in the Gothic Tower, which is referred to as Jindřišská Tower in Czech is the tallest belfry in the city and boasts ten floors which feature a café, whiskey shop, a bi-level whiskey bar, galleries, a bi-level restaurant, a kitchen and some lovely lookout points. The whiskey bar is decorated...

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  • Yam Yam | Interior Detail | New Town Yam Yam Thai Food & Cafe

    Are you searching for delicious, mouthwatering Thai cuisine in the European capital of Prague? If so, you might just end up searching far and wide as the spicy delectable dishes that make up Thai cuisine are not so commonly found here. A few select places do exist that serve yummy Thai dishes, however, the dishes are overpriced for most diners. If you wish to dine on Thai food on a budget you are in luck, for the city of Prague...

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