Are you looking for some new places to eat? Here is a list of newly opened businesses.
The love of baking and the desire for change led Dáša, the owner of Sugar MaMa to open her own sweet shop. The Prague 8 establishment offers everything from French pinwheels with almond caramel to Moravian cakes and donuts. You can also buy tartlets, wreaths, punches or even pistachio sandwiches.
While the shop offers a cozy, chic interior, patrons can also take their purchases to nearby Jiřího z Poděbrad Square and enjoy them there. If healthy food is more your style, Sugar MaMa also offers homemade cut granola, in addition to non-food offerings such as flowers or wine.
Čep a Pec – there could not be a more fitting name for the recent Nusle establishment, which offers high-quality beer z Čepu (from the tap) and good food z Pece (from the oven). The family-run business seeks not only to improve the public space but above all to show off the offerings from their own Four Elements Flying Brewery.
They have seven taps on the tap – you will find Budvar 33, Malostranská 11 from their own mini-brewery or Nuselský Sokolík on them. Soon, their beer special Connection will be on tap, which honors their connection with Nusle and the people who helped create the business.
For now, you can enjoy their welcoming, comfortable environment as you can eat camembert – pickled or grilled – and other delicious offerings with their house beer. And from the oven: cakes, baguettes and baked sandwiches. In the future, the owners will hold beer tastings and other events, so keep an eye out!
Recently opened restaurant Wood & Steak, located conveniently in Prague 2, is doing steak like no one has ever done it before. Here, you can enjoy delectably aged beef steaks, kept in perfect condition by means of a specially installed fridge.
Appetizers like beef tartare and sides like sweet potato puree with nuts or grilled vegetables complement the main attraction: mouth-watering rib eye, t-bone or rump steaks. Other meat options include veal fillet, sous vide ribs or stewed beef calf. On the drinks side, the restaurant has a wide selection of beers and liquors.
One of Prague’s newest bars in Veni, Vidi, Vici. Opened by three hotel students, and located in the lobby of the Ceasar Hotel, guests can expect good drinks and ambiance. Specialties of the bar include Daiquiris, Coari Coffee, and a rotating cocktail of the day.
The Na Břehu Rhôny winery has opened a new branch in Maltézské náměstí. While still in a testing phase, the branch will soon open full-time and at full capacity. The interior provides the atmosphere of an authentic French wine cellar, with high-quality vintages to match.
Outside, there is seating in both the garden courtyard and looking out onto Maltézské náměstí. And what pairs better with good wine than good food? Na Břehu Rhôny’s kitchen serves French tapas, such as snails, oysters, and French cheeses and sausages.
Grom Gelato in Wenceslas Square, home to authentic Italian gelatos, sorbets, and other cold and hot treats, has opened up a new branch in Mánes. Place your order ahead or time or in-store, and walk along the Prague embankment while you enjoy it. If you’re not sure what to get, salted caramel, pistachio, and chocolate are a few of our recommendations.