Housed in a renovated mill building, this gallery is devoted to 20th-century and contemporary art from Central Europe. The highlights of...
Klub Újezd is one of Prague’s many ‘alternative’ bars, spread over three floors (DJs in the cellar, and a cafe upstairs) and filled with...
This friendly cellar bar is frequented more by locals than tourists, but the healthy-eating menu is chalked on a blackboard in both...
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Mlýnská Kavárna information
This cafe-bar in Kampa Park has existed in various guises since the communist era, and you might still hear it called Tato Kejkej, its previous incarnation, or just Mlýn (the mill). A wooden footbridge leads from Kampa to the smoky, dimly lit interior which is peopled with local artists (David Černý is a regular), writers and politicians (look out for foreign minister Karel Schwarzenberg).