Date: Tuesday, 18th September 2018
Place: The Plzeňská Restaurant, náměstí Republiky 5, Praha 1
Price: included in registration fee (your conference badge will be required at the entrance)
The Plzeňská restaurant is located in the basement of the Municipal House which was built to represent magnificence of the Czech culture. Originally, the Plzeňská restaurant colonially referred to rustic restaurant because it captured the architect's idea of a beer cellar decorated with motifs from Slavic rural areas. To accentuate its rustic character, this restaurant was the only one in this building which didn't have a cloakroom. For this reason guests hung their coats on hangers next to the tables. This habit lasts till today.
The Plzeňská restaurant in the Municipal House is a place where mingles traditional Czech cuisine with a unique interior from the early twenties. The unique atmosphere is inducing the typical interior, which was decorated by the best Czech painters and artists at that time.
Menu mostly consists of traditional Czech dishes prepared only from a high quality food superintended by Chef Svatoslav Skřipec.
How to get there
Take line C until you reach Florenc metro station. Then change for B line to Náměstí Republiky. Take escalator to reach ground level. Once outside you can clearly see the Municipal house. It takes around 20 minutes to get there.