The Best Truly Local Coffee & Tea Shops in Prague

No matter whether you’re a coffee or tea person, Prague and its caffeine/theine outlets have you covered. Our locals know the best cafes and tea rooms to relax and recharge, get productive or enjoy your free time with your favorite beverage… or you may discover local preparations and completely different new drinks. Multinational chains can’t hold a candle next to our locals’ favourite coffee shops. Check them out!

A Maze in Tchaiovna – Tea talks

A Maze in Tchaiovna – Tea talks

Image by Ivana Pivarníková

“A Maze in Tchaiovna” is a cosy tearoom in Prague. It’s like a cosy maze inside, with many comfortable rooms. They have plenty of events in English, too!

Full Article by Ivana Pivarníková

Bar Mrtvá Ryba – A true student’s lair

Bar Mrtvá Ryba – A true student’s lair

Image by Jan Kříž

“Bar Mrtvá Ryba” in Prague, or ‘death fish’, is a non-smoking bar with a long history. It’s a student’s lair, so I used to spend so much time here at uni!

Full Article by Martin Kozel

Barabizna – A Mexican “hovel” with spirit…

Barabizna – A Mexican “hovel” with spirit…

Image by Martin Kozel

“Barabizna” is not so close to the center of Prague, but I recommend this Mexican and Provençal restaurant if you want some divine dishes and have time!

Full Article by Martin Kozel

Café Lajka – Simply a place to hang out

Café Lajka  – Simply a place to hang out

Image by Ivana Pivarníková

“Café Lajka” may seem like an ordinary coffee spot in Prague 7, but I still feel very special whenever I come here to this neighborhood with my friends.

Full Article by Ivana Pivarníková

Café Neustadt – Get a hipster coffee

Café Neustadt – Get a hipster coffee

Image by Martin Kozel

“Café Neustadt”: what happened when a guy thought Prague’s coffee scene was rather boring & uninspired so he made his own. Now? It’s the top hipster place!

Full Article by Martin Kozel

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