This is a crazy special treat. “Fajná ďura” is actually a Northern Moravian language (not used so much in Prague) and the name of this place means literally “nice den”. And moreover, this place looks somehow like a South Moravian wine cellar.
At this place, I like not only sitting by the pond and looking at the islands and ducks and herons and coots and all the green, I also like the way you get here a lot. I feel amazed by the surroundings of this quiet place as there is a tram terminal station in an industrial area about 500m from here in one direction, and a big train yard and a sports area in other directions, and you still have no idea and you feel like you are in the middle of nowhere. (Unless you look a bit to the right where the prefab houses are visible behind the cute little church.)
Fajná ďura is actually a wine cellar with quite a nice selection of white, red and rosé wines, beers from two craft breweries, some soft drinks of course and a basic offer of food (pizza, soups etc. Don’t expect anything fancy though). The inside space can take up to about 30 people but there’s no need to stay inside. In summer, it’s just best to sit outside – there are tables and benches but you can also sit on the lawn – and enjoy the calming view.