PRAGUE Gay Friendly Restaurants 2020
Prague has restaurants to suit all tastes. Every major international cuisine is represented by a well-known restaurant or two. From traditional to contemporary, check out our readers favourites.
Dining out in Prague will change depending on the time of year you visit. During the cooler Autumn and Winter seasons, you will spend time relaxing in cosy underground bars and pubs and traditional restaurants.
Summertime is a completely different affair where dining on a river terrace becomes a must-do during your trip to the city. Eating out in Prague is relatively cheap compared to western European prices and many restaurants and pubs will offer good value fixed-price menus during lunch.
Over the past few years, the number and range of restaurants offering International cuisine has grown, with many of the more avant garde offerings found in the downtown districts and in Vinohrady. Everything from Middle Eastern, Asian and Latino cuisine is now available.
Traditional Czech food tends to be quite heavy, but is also quite delicious, especially during the cooler months. Dishes such as Pork, dumplings and sauerkraut to classic goulash and schnitzel should be on everyone’s menu. And don’t forget to add some delicious Czech beer to wash it all down.
Our editors have spent the past year researching the best places to eat! Here are our recommendations. Remember to reserve in advance!
The Terasa restaurant at the Golden Well Hotel offers up some of the best views in Prague
La Finestra in Cucina was opened in 2009 and is the second restaurant of Italian chef Riccardo Lucque.
The Bellevue restaurant is located close to Charles Bridge and serves a fusion of traditional Czech and European cuisine.
The Italian restaurant Aromi. Prague offers a wide selection of fresh fish and seafood,
We suggest staying in Prague Old Town. Hotels rooms can be quite small and book out early, so plan in advance. A taxi to the gay bars is less than EUR 10. Most of the city can be covered on foot.
Situated right onopposite the , the uniquely styled hotel U Prince is housed in a completely renovated 12th-century building with magnificent
Set in a 19th-century building in the heritage-protected area, Boutique Hotel Seven Days is 200 m away from Prague National Museum. The restaurant features a winter garden.
Hotelis centrally situated on the historical Malé Naměstí (Little ), next to the famous . It offers elegant, air-conditioned rooms and a .
This4-star design hotel in the centre of is just steps away from and . It offers free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour fitness room.
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