Starbucks has opened a three-story cafe called Clock, located in the historical building of the Golden Camel at Old Town Square. Each floor has an area of 100 square meters and a total of 194 seats. On the ground floor, there is a coffee bar, the upper two floors are designed for sitting.
History of Starbucks presence in this region reaches back to 2008, when the first Starbucks coffee shop was introduced to the Czech market, in Lesser Town Square, under a joint venture agreement with Starbucks Coffee International. With the recent opening, AmRest now operates 40 Starbucks locations in the Czech Republic.
Another newly opened café is in Kladno, the first Starbucks in the Central Bohemia Region. Kladno is the seventh city in the country where you can find a Starbucks store, after Prague, Brno, Ostrava, Hradec Kralove, Olomouc, and Znojmo.
In 2016, AmRest opened the first Starbucks store in Slovakia and now operates four stores in the capital Bratislava. The Starbucks brand has been part of AmRest’s portfolio since 2008 when the first store opened in Prague. Currently, the Company operates over 300 Starbucks stores in seven countries – Poland, Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, and Bulgaria.