At one table, you can enjoy a glass of wine at the baroque dining room set from 1984’s Academy Award-winning Amadeus.
Next to it, check out the art deco props that were featured in the horror movie Hostel.
And across the room, try a martini – shaken, not stirred – at an antique lounge setting from the James Bond movie Casino Royale.
Every table at the new Film Café at Barrandov Studios in Prague 5 has incorporated authentic pieces of furniture from famed movies shot at the studio, repurposed from the prop department.
In addition to the international hits above, guests can also have a seat on sets from local productions like 2004’s Milenci a vrazi (Lovers and Murderers) or the TV series Vyprávěj (Tell a Story) and První republika (The First Republic).
The café, operated by the Fresh & Tasty division of the Zátiší Catering Group, serves breakfast as well as some light eats including Czech favorites like tlačenka (head cheese) and nakládaný hermelín (marinated camembert-like cheese) to go along with Gambrinus on draft.
But the real appeal lies in kicking back on the authentic props from some Prague-shot films:
Tables can be booked through the Film Café website.