Time Out says
Reservations required for a seat in this popular, speakeasy-style cocktail bar between the Charles Bridge and the National Theater
You won’t get past the host at the door if there are no seats available. This small speakeasy setting insists on space for guests to enjoy their tagline experience of “fine mixology and luxury spirits”. Couples and small groups line the banquette walls and stools around tiny, knee-level tables. Portraits of the namesake author decorate the dimly lit walls. In addition to cocktail offerings, the menu outlines the house rules including: don’t speak loudly, put your computer away, don’t talk to other guest or offer to buy strangers drink without the facilitation of the bar staff. The attentive, suspendered employees are in control of this environment.
Time Out tip: If nothing on the menu catches your eye, the experienced bartenders are happy to experiment based on your flavor profile and preference of liquor – consider the locally-made, limited-edition Hemingway Absinthe.
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