The most formal dining space for traditional Czech, Klas is decked out to look like a Bohemian lodge straight out of an Eastern European fairy tale. The bar area is dark and features everything from vintage beer signs to taxidermied animals, while the dining room includes a mounted bearskin rug and a stained glass window depicting roasted fowl. As an appetizer, you can order a “Czech Mex” taco made with goulash and house made tortillas. Try the classic Svíčková, a slow-cooked beef sirloin sliced and swimming in gravy laced with sour cream and seasoned with spices, or the Koprová, which has beef pot roast topped with a sour cream and dill gravy. Both pair well with bread dumplings and potatoes, and are served with sour-sweet cranberries topped with a dollop of whipped cream. The best deal is on Friday and Saturday afternoons, when many of dishes are available during lunch for only $8.
|Venue name:||Klas Restaurant|
5734 W Cermak Rd
|Cross street:||between 57th Ct and 58th Ave|
|Opening hours:||Dining Room: Fri-Sun 11:30am-9pm; Bar: Wed 6pm-midnight; Fri, Sat 11:30am-midnight; Sun 11:30am-10pm|
|Transport:||El stop: Pink to 54th/Cermak. Bus: 21, 322|
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