Fresh beer on tap, food items (including a couple of veggie options), live DJs and music, a kids’ play area, beach chairs, solid wooden tables, tables with central fireplaces for cold nights, frisbees and other park sports gear for rent, and occasionally events like theatre, films, parties and exhibitions. All this in the heart of Stromovka Park – the old Royal Hunting Grounds, and Prague’s largest park.
Besides the cool, relaxed ambience, a big draw for those who live here is Gambrinus Excellent 11° beer on tap – not very common in Prague. But there’s plenty of other drinks, including a nice array of warm beverages and non-alcoholic refreshment as well. And the prices are just right. Their stated aim is to create a place where everyone is welcome, and they are doing a pretty good job.
A perfect place to experience the Czech feeling of pohoda (a relaxed contentment with many options available), and I have spent many afternoons here soaking it all in and unwinding. Great for harried locals after a long work week, or backpackers on the go who want a place to stop moving forward and simply BE for a spell.