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Da Emanuel Prague
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Da Emanuel Restaurant Review: Best of both worlds

Da Emanuel combines sublime cuisine with down-to-earth service A generalization of Italian restaurants is that a trattoria is a down-to-earth, family-run establishment, while a ristorante is more expensive fine dining. The beauty of Da Emanuel in Bubeneč is it takes the best characteristics of each – namely, personal, friendly service; a welcoming, social atmosphere; and… Keep Reading

Newly opened patisserie in Vinohrady
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An authentic taste of France

Newly opened patisserie in Vinohrady is keen on details The creations at Milleme are almost too pretty to eat. The display case of several types of artfully layered Opera cakes, éclairs and tartes is enough to induce a literal act of leche-vitrine (window-licking). But it would be a shame to only admire the brightly colored… Keep Reading

Lucky Luciano Prague
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Lucky Luciano Prague Review: Gangster Grub

Lucky Luciano is full of small, fine surprises Despite its location in a somewhat grungy neighborhood of Holešovice, Lucky Luciano would have made one lousy Mafia speakeasy. In contrast to its vaguely Art Deco, gangster-themed interior and menu layout, the restaurant’s tranquil, flower-lined patio spills out onto busy Dělnická street, making it impossible to miss… Keep Reading

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10 Best Burgers In Prague

The big ground-up: A select survey of the best burgers in Prague, and goodbye to all that There are a number of backyard chefs who insist that the quest for perfection ends with grilled red meat in a slightly scorched bun. Perhaps they’re right. The soul of America’s greatest contribution to culinary annals ascends from… Keep Reading

wine-news
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Worlds apart

Globalization has been great for oenophiles What exactly is all the fuss about New and Old World wines? Basically, the traditional European heavyweights — France, Italy, Spain and Germany — form the Old World, the cozy existence of which began to be threatened with the arrival of more-than-decent wines on European shores from far-flung places… Keep Reading

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Worthy of their name

Finally, Czech absinthes start to show some promise Prague – Experts agree that Czech beer is among the best in the world. Similarly, those in the know agree that Czech absinthe isn’t. In fact, aficionados of the mythical elixir, known as absintheurs, have long argued that any absinthe brand spelled without that final “e” is… Keep Reading

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