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Prague: ARTĚL Style

Expert recommendations and insider tips for first-time visitors and locals alike from ARTĚL’s founder, Karen Feldman, who has lived in Prague since 1994. Click on the links below for detailed reviews – from Feldman’s own unique perspective – of all the best that Prague has to offer...

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Must-Try Czech Summer Beverages

Published on July 28th, 2016 in Dining & Drinking

Beer is hands down the preferred thirst quencher of Czechs, who consume the most beer per capita in the world, not just during the steamy days of summer but year round. But what about those like me who don't do beer or who are teetotalers in general? These are a few of the unique beverages that I recommend you try should you happen to find yourself visiting during the warmer months...

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Eating Ice Cream in Prague

Published on July 07th, 2016 in Dining & Drinking

Here's the scoop—gourmet ice cream has come to Prague in a big way and you will be hard pressed to find a place that doesn't offer a strawberry-basil or lavender-mint among the perennial favorites of chocolate, strawberry, and vanilla...

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Lobkowicz Palace Café at the Prague Castle

Published on June 23th, 2016 in Dining & Drinking

The location of this café within the gates of the Prague Castle is simply outstanding, and there’s probably no better place to take a break from your castle sightseeing. The restaurant features two terraces, each of which offers diners a sweeping view of Prague and is warmed up with heat lamps in the cooler months...

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Marina Grosseto Ristorante

Published on June 16th, 2016 in Dining & Drinking

As the saying goes, when it comes to real estate, what matters most is “location, location, location” – and it’s quite possible that this restaurant has the best one in town...

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A Must for Wine Lovers in Old Town

Published on May 19th, 2016 in Dining & Drinking

Czech wine has come a long way in recent years. It used to be that Czech whites were just about the only acceptable vintage, with reds proving too tart and sour. Most Czech wines were from the Moravian vineyards and that has changed, too: in recent year award-winning Czech wines comes from all over the country...

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