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About Karlín: Having been renovated after 2002’s devastating flood, this quiet district sprouted some worthwhile establishments in between the businesses that crept in. Cafés like Můj Šálek Kávy and Kafe Karlín showcase the promising offers of Czech-roasted coffee, meanwhile,...

Having been renovated after 2002’s devastating flood, this quiet district sprouted some worthwhile establishments in between the businesses that crept in. Cafés like Můj Šálek Kávy and Kafe Karlín showcase the promising offers of Czech-roasted coffee, meanwhile, Bistro Proudu’s offers homemade foods in a fashionable café. Polevkarna specializes in delicious soups and Georgian breads.

Of course there’s Pivovarský Klub with 6 taps of quality beer and hearty Czech cuisine. On Sokolovská, you’ll find Lokál’s newest branch, Hamburk. Not much further past Lokál is a host of new places that are worth the leisurely stroll. Veltlin is one of, if not the, best wine bar/shop in the city, offering all natural wines (authentic, as they’ve come to be called by some) from Czech and the former Austro-Hungarian Empire.

Eska is a new bakery-cum-restaurant that’s already boasting a Michelin Bib Gourmand; this place uses interesting methods and do in-house fermentation, baking/cooking over fire and a reduced waste approach. Bad Flash is a multi-tap bar serving some nice micro-brewery beer, including from their own production. Diego Bar is a cellar bar pouring a number of great microbrews. Warehouse #1 is the place to go for top shelf whisky and other goodies.

If you’re looking for beer and culture, look no further than Kasárna Karlín, this cultural house (actually, it’s a barrack) has their own beer as well as art shows, cinema, a play area, practically whatever you may want.

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