Everyone needs a coffee (or wine)
There are thousands of cafés in Prague ...
Let’s start with our favourite Le Caveau. It is a french café and wine bar located at Vinohrady in the centre of the farmers market (Jiriho z Podebrad station). Breakfasts are definitely what we love the most about this one. They are so good that we often prolong there until dinner. At Le Caveau, you will be surrounded by a nice, living and dog-friendly atmosphere boosted by gorgeous food and drinks. If you are a goat-cheese-and-cranberries addict (like us) and if you like good wine (like us), it is certainly the right place for you.
Náměstí Jiřího z Poděbrad 1561/9, 130 00 Prague 3
Another place we want to share is the Coffee Room at Korunni street. We’ve accidentally discovered it on our way to work and became frequent visitors. It gives you a little bit of hipster feeling but in a good way. They serve great sandwiches, breakfasts, cupcakes and most importantly, the best coffee in the neighbourhood. It tends to be full up but you can still take your best coffee away. Taking your dog with you is not a problem, another great advantage for orthodox dog owners.
Korunní 1208/74, 101 00 Praha 10
Café Louvre is one of the Prague’s most famous spots opened in 1902. Even when it’s jammed with tourists it will certainly attract you with its historical touch and delightful atmosphere. Thanks to the extraordinary Art Noveau interior and a fancy equipment, you will feel a little bit posh. We love going to Louvre right from the National Theatre as these two go together just perfectly. And don’t forget to order their raspberry cake!
Národní 1987/22, 110 00 Praha 1
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