The 5 most stylish and hip(ster) cafes in Prague
1) La Boheme Café
The American Charles Fleer first shook hands with a coffee farmer in 2003. He has been travelling to plantations all around the world since. Come and join an international hip crowd as they sip their flat whites and fritz kolas. Wi-Fi is a treat reserved for those who order one drink every hour.
2) Kavárna Co Hledá Jméno
An unexpected trendy gem is hidden in this dodgy courtyard behind a car park. In the summer sit outside, on a pile of firewood, and gaze at the stars as you reflect on the colourful past life of the shabby bar van.
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3) Urban Café
Housed in a building that trained 600 members of the WWII resistance. Half of the cafe is a garden, with one wall completely covered with potted plants. Take a seat at one of the shared tables and enjoy your cup of coffee, which is roasted by Berlin-based Fjord.
4) Ema Espresso Bar
Are you willing to compromise on comfort for good coffee? Conveniently located near a busy train station, this place is often packed. You might end up sipping your V Drip while sitting on the stairs, but if you are looking for the perfect spot for some people watching, you’ve found it.
5) Super Tramp Coffee
A hidden passage connecting Opatovická and Spálená Streets leads to a small courtyard. The passage was rundown for many years but recently a quiet cafe serving great coffee, cakes and homemade goodies opened here. Try cascara – the invigorating infusion of cherries aka the poor man’s coffee.
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