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About Vršovice: One of Prague's richest art nouveau neighborhoods, these tree lined streets are not only beautiful to the eye, but full of some spectacular cafes, eateries, and pubs. The square at Jiřího z Poděbrad comes alive with one of the city's best farmer's markets every...

One of Prague's richest art nouveau neighborhoods, these tree lined streets are not only beautiful to the eye, but full of some spectacular cafes, eateries, and pubs. The square at Jiřího z Poděbrad comes alive with one of the city's best farmer's markets every Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, full of fresh produce, food, and one gentleman sells decent beer.

Pivo a Párek, just around the corner on Korunní street, has the best hot dogs and a sturdy selection of Czech beers. Just a block down the street is Pivní Rozmanitost, one of Prague's best beer shops (and most affordable according to our price comparison). Selling a variety of beers, Pivní Rozmanitost specializes in Czech brews as well as some international classics, with 4 tap beers. The best Vietnamese bistro (so far) Tuan & Lan, is on Slavíkova across from Jiřího z Poděbrad.

Around Náměstí Míru, one has a hard choice to make; either ice-cold Staropramen and classic Czech cuisine with a modern twist at Vinohradský Parlament, or cuisine à la bière alongside Belgian beers at Bruxx. Dish on Římská makes our favorite burger (and supposedly some of the best burgers in Europe!) and has Únětické beer on tap.We're a little prejudiced here, since this is our hood, but this is a neighborhood full of surprises. Krymská street has come to symbolize the urban Czech hipster culture, with places such as Café V Lese, and just around the corner is Café Sladkovský, which serves by far the better beer and has decent food too. Zenit, newly opened, reminds one of Berlin. Galerie Piva on Krymská is a friendly neighborhood beer shop, complete with two rotating taps of good beer.

On Francouzská, Cafe Šlágr is the place to head for a sweet fix with vintage Czech decor, delectable cakes, and good coffee. A few doors up is Thai's Asian Food shop, a mini version of Sappa, well stocked and fairly priced. Further down, is Coffee House, selling gourmet coffee and accessories. Across Moskevska, is Vinotéka Baryk, our favorite wine shop, specializing in Czech and Austrian wines. On the corner of Norská and Ruská is Neklid, a local favorite, with Únětické beer on tap.

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Vršovice, Prague

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