The Prague Feed: Spring 2015

The dish on Dish, exotic new brunches, March openings, and more Prague food news

Dish Fine Burger Bistro 2.0

Based on the roaring success of this Vinohrady burger bar, the owners are happily planning a second location, scheduled to open somewhere in Prague 1 in October or November this year. Not many other details are known, but they say it will be a slightly different concept than the current restaurant (they describe it as “Dish 2.0″ rather than Dish 2”).

Banh Mi Makers

Banh mi madness continues
Banh mi madness continues

Continuing the trend of new options for Vietnamese banh mi in Prague, Banh Mi Makers opened last month in New Town, with the added option of delivery available. Prices are reasonable, and in addition to the various grilled-meat or pate baguettes, there is a selection of homemade juices.

Modrý zub in Anděl 

New noodle shop
New noodle shop

The popular noodle joint Modrý zub is expanding even further, now with a third location in Anděl, offering the same Thai classics as the Spálená and Jindřišská branches but in a brand-new, urban-chic space in Prague 5, conveniently located for a stop-off before a film or after a stroll in the nearby Kinský Gardens.


Plevel opens Jindřišská location
Plevel opens Jindřišská location

Who would have thought just a few years ago that there would be so many vegan options in Prague? The demand continues to grow, and Plevel, the ultra-hip café-bar in Vršovice, now has a second restaurant downtown, in the Jindřišská Passage just off Wenceslas Square. Plevel

La Bottega Tusarova

Striving to leave no neighborhood unturned, the Aromi group has opened La Bottega Tusarova, a new bistro and shop in Prague 7–Holešovice. It has a warm buffet of daily specials, as well as house-made breads, salamis, prosciutto, cheeses, desserts, pastas and coffees.

New brunch options

The brunch spread at Meze
The brunch spread at Meze

The restaurant Meze in Karlín now has a regular Sunday brunch, which includes a cold and warm buffet, freshly grilled meats and seafood, multiple desserts and homemade tea, coffee and lemonade. The cost is 595 CZK per person.

Agave in Old Town also now has a weekend brunch available on both Saturdays and Sundays. The a la carte menu features the likes of a rancheros omelet, huevos rancheros, ceviche, chorizo biscuits and gravy, Mexican French toast and several quesadillas, among other things. Served until 4 p.m.

Restaurant Open

After weeks of looking decidedly closed, Restaurant Open has finally opened its doors. The Vinohrady eatery features an open kitchen and a seasonal, Continental menu, as well as an extensive French and Italian wine collection.

Mad Dog Bistro

Freshly opened this week, Mad Dog Bistro on Vinohradská specializes in American-style hot dogs (with eight kinds such as Texas BBQ, chili cheese and a vegan one), burgers, sides, homemade sauces, American soft drinks and beer on tap from the Kocour brewery.

Bistro Proti Proudu

All-day breakfast, rejoice!
All-day breakfast, rejoice!

Breakfast lovers, rejoice: This new bistro and café in Karlín, slated to open at the end of this month, promises to serve breakfast all day. Products are locally sourced, and the owner and menu creator is local cookbook author Karolina Konečná; the menu is even designed as a cookbook.


Upscale Italian deli in Vinohrady
Upscale Italian deli in Vinohrady

There’s a new Italian wine bar and deli in Vinohrady, Bacaro. The minimalist design features modern booths for sitting and sipping and a counter of specialty imported meats and cheeses to accompany the Italian wine selection.

Culinary Cinema

In cooperation with FebioFest and the Berlin International Film Fest, the next incarnation of the Culinary Cinema events takes place March 24–26th. The three events will bring together film makers and chefs, led by Zdeněk Pohlreich, and feature a night of Italian film and cuisine, an Asian evening and one inspired by Michelin restaurants.

Supper Club

Tickets for the latest installment of Supper Club – which sold out within days the last time – are now on sale. This exclusive event, which has a limited number of seats, will be held on a houseboat on the Vltava on March 26 at 7 p.m. and costs 1,600 CZK per person, which includes a wine voucher for 400 CZK. For more information about past events and to book tickets, go to

Na břehu Rhôny 

Karlín welcomes a new wine bar
Karlín welcomes a new wine bar

The original of this cute wine bar, located at Výton down by the river, has opened a second location in ever-greater Karlín, close to Karlínske náměstí. The new outlet offers the same in-depth selection of harder-to-find French wines from small wineries and regularly hosted wine tasting evenings.


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