Address: náměstí Republiky 5, Praha 1, +420 222 002 770, www.restauraceod.cz
Prague’s most famous Art Nouveau building, the grand Municipal House features the Municipal House Restaurant, which has been hailed as the most beautiful Art Nouveau restaurant in the world by the many lucky souls who have graced its interior.
Designed by F. Kraumann, J. Wenig and the Ant. Baumgartl and Son Company, the restaurant is truly a unique work of art thanks to which every visit becomes a truly memorable dining experience. The Municipal House Restaurant is, of course, not only known for the grandeur of its interior, but also for the fine cuisine offered there. At the Municipal House Restaurant, you can enjoy delectable Czech classics with a modern twist and international favorites as well, all of which are prepared under the watchful eye of their respected chef. The restaurant is operated by the Vyšehrad 2000 Group; the group also operates the cafe in the Municipal House and the restaurant at the legendary Malostranská beseda. Film fans can take note that various films were shot here including I Served the King of England and Le Vie en Rose, to name a few. After an unforgettable meal in a most elegant setting, make sure to further explore the magical Municipal House and enjoy the grandeur of the First Republic and the Art Nouveau spirit. If you long to travel back in time to a more elegant, refined era, you must experience a night at Prague’s Municipal House; we guarantee it will be a night you will never forget.
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