Formerly known as Spunk, this leading music bar and student hang-out has expanded into the next-door room to double its size, smartened up the decor and re-named itself Prostor ('The Space'). Located under the gleaming glass-and-steel National University Library (NSK), it's a coffee-break bar for students during the day, and an alternative music bar serving discerning bohos by night. The interior features comic-book murals by Igor Hofbauer, vintage movie posters (does anyone remember Diana Dors and Rod Steiger in 1957 picture 'The Unholy Wife'?) and twinkling ceiling panels that look like the sky at night. Indie and cover bands occasionally squeeze into the corner of the room; DJs spin garage-rock discs at weekends.