This laid-back burger joint peppers its menu with a spicier kick than the usually mild Czech flavor palate. The cheddar is real, the nachos are piled high, and the coleslaw recipe is on point, all of which may seem natural to visitors but is surprisingly scare around Prague (American transplants are quickly discovering its appeal). The something-for-everyone menu includes a chicken and veggie burger and beverages beyond the beer and wine typical of casual pubs – cider, homemade lemonade, Aperol Spritz, or a Dark ‘n’ Stormy kick the lunch or dinner drinking options up a notch. Do specify your desired temperature when ordering a burger until the kitchen’s definition of medium gains a little more consistency.
Time Out tip: The back patio benches offer a nice, casual blend of shade and fresh air, but be warned that this gray area of Prague’s recently-imposed smoking ban may negate the “fresh” part.
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Letna Beer Garden: For a sprawling landscape of park benches with panoramic views