This popular, traditional Czech pub has a history going back some 500 years. The menu is heavily weighted toward Czech home cooking, with entrees like roast pork neck (served here with potato dumplings), fried cheese, and carp brought in from ponds in southern Bohemia, among many pub staples. The atmosphere can get raucous in the evening, especially with groups of visiting German tourists, so this is not the best selection for a romantic dinner. Beer drinkers are blessed with choice: Czech Budweiser brought in from České Budějovice or one of the house special microbrews.
- Mark Baker