Trailblazers of the food craze to hit Prague – the American-style hot dog. Of the few places now serving up dogs, these guys are certainly at the front of the (dog) pack. Get a classic and gussy it up with free onions, relish, ketchup or US yellow mustard, or go for an authentic Chicago Dog (poppyseed bun, celery salt, fresh veggies), or a Coney Island (meat sauce with onions and yellow mustard), or a really nice chili-cheese dog. Also probably the best sliders in town (recently got on Brewster’s Best Burgers list) – I don’t know if they put opium in them or what, but I have actually had dreams about them; get ’em plain, or with cheese, or with cheddar and the crispiest bacon in Prague.
The beer is Vinohradsky 11 degree – a great beer from Prague’s newest microbrewery, but they also make fantastic cocktails, weirdly enough: great margaritas (over and frozen), possibly the best Bloody Mary in town, and a rotation of inventive seasonal cocktails (last summer they had a cilantro vodka martini). They also make non-alcoholic iced teas and other drinks, good lunch specials and have started offering a soup of the day. And don’t forget the fries – plain, cheese or chili-cheese.
Lately, they’ve started doing special days with offerings like lobster rolls and some truly amazing meatloaf. Oh, and sometimes they have live musical acts. Is there anything these guys CAN’T DO well?