While Tina is away with her mom and sister in London, I thought I might pop in and share a cafe that I found while visiting Prague. When I walked in I knew immediately that I wanted to bring Tina back here for coffee one day. I think it is just the kind of place she would enjoy and perhaps would be a cafe that some of you would like to visit on your next trip to Prague.
Located in the old town of Prague is The Municipal House, a concert hall with daily performances, with a cafe that is a decadent example of the Art Nouveau movement. The tall ceilings, over-sized windows, large chandeliers, and the gold-plated detailing are truly luxurious and make for an excellent place to rest from touring this amazing city. While visitors have a wide choice of several restaurants within the Municipal House, we recommend grabbing a coffee at the Municipal House Cafe because of it’s grandeur and original details from 1912.
With the opportunity to experience the glamour of the past and the chance to enjoy a more traditional cafe setting, The Municipal House Cafe is worth a visit not only for the great coffee and food but also because it offers the amazing opportunity to experience a historical cafe setting in the heart of Prague’s old town.
Interestingly, this site was once the home of the Grand Palace and then sat for over 500 years before being converted into the Concert Hall that it is today. Normally cameras allowed inside to protect the customer’s experience, but I was given special permission just so I could share it with you…
Photography: Jack Fussell
Municipal House Cafe can be found at:Nám?stí Republiky 5
110 00 Prague 1 Website