Clarion Hotel Prague Old Town
Prague, 110 00
Phone: (420) 296 398100
Fax: (420) 296 398150
Decorate your abode with designer articles that Qubus has to offer. Wide variety of quirky items like Wellington boots that can be used as vases, antique clocks, to many more unique decorative items made of ceramic, glass, light, porcelain, furniture and interior artifacts are easily available at Qubus. Established in 2002, the motive behind this store was that owners Jakub Berdych and Maxim Velcovsky wanted to give the Czech artists a platform where they could showcase their unique talent and get paid for the same.
A bit of a far cry from your neighborhood chip shop, Fish & Chips seeks to put a more trendy up-market twist to the British staple. You'll get a decent selection of batter-fried fresh fish along with the regular additions of burgers and hot-dogs. Choose from a nice selection of sides like coleslaw, Tzatziki or fresh salads are available as well. Located in the historic Jewish quarter, amidst the twisting cobblestoned streets, it's a nice place to stop for lunch or a post-drink snack. It's advisable to note that they do charge extra for condiments like mustard, ketchup, pickles etc.
Masna Na kozím plácku is an acclaimed butcher shop. Tucked away in Josefov, it is part of the Made Group and is known for its quality meat products that are displayed in glass cabinets. People from far off neighborhood also throng here for their top notch meat. You will find various kinds and cuts of meat, venison and cheeses at this friendly shop.
If it is the taste of fresh roasted coffee beans you are craving then this is the place to come. The tiny shop has simple wooden furnishings and room for one small table. Yet the back wall is completely full of jars of coffee beans from all around the world. The eclectic choice of coffee beans are sold by weight and can be grinded in the shop if desired. It's also possible to sit and have an expresso in the shop. If you're unsure about which choice to make then try sampling a couple on the premises.
Step into Kebab Fashion Store and prepare for a solid dose of quirky street-art inspired design. Holding title of the first ever street-art-design shop to open in Prague, Kebab's bold and colorful decor reflects the innovative style of the Czech and international designers who showcase their creations in the shop. Notice the poppy decor and furnishings that were designed for Kebab by Prague's own famous artist Maxim Velcovsky. Inside the store shoppers can find fun and unique street wear designed by both local and international designers including UK's Supremebeing. Check out the selection of shoes, accessories, music gear and other fun gadgets that all make up the youthful, artsy culture surrounding the store. Shoppers who want to recharge can sit down and relax while browsing Kebab's selection of books and magazines that showcase international street art.
This shop features a large selection of English books and educational material. You will also be able to find many of the latest novels (by authors such as John Grisham and J.R. Dowling) here. It also sells current English language magazines and newspapers. There is another branch of this bookstore at Narodni 10, call for details.
Nespresso is a world-renowned coffee chain and this cafe is located at the intersection of the Pařížská and Kostečná. The place is perfect for a quick caffeine fix in the morning or even for a laid back cup of cappuccino and a muffin during the day. They sell a variety of packaged coffees here, so if you like something you tasted, pick a sample and head home to make some yourself. The place is equipped with WiFi, so be assured of a hot cuppa while you work.
Paul, the chain of bakeries boasts of over 400 stores worldwide. Established in 1889, the first Paul opened in Lille, France. A part of the popular chain, one of their outlets lies on Na Příkopě, in Prague 1. Offering a wide range of traditional bakery items, prepared using authentic cooking techniques, Paul has an interesting inventory that includes delicious country breads, sublime pastries, and over 140 other products, that come second to none. Drop in, and indulge in a little bit of tradition, a little bit of culture and a whole lot of deliciousness.
The Absintherie is a quirky bar offering its guests a staggering selection of over 60 varieties of absinthe, served in its pure form or crafted into sinfully delicious cocktails, chocolates, ice creams and many other delightful incarnations. This mysterious spirit has for a long time remained shrouded in claims being the cause of bizarre hallucinations and odd sensations, leading it to be marginalized from mainstream consumption. Hoping to dispel these myths, the staff at the Absintherie are always open to answering any questions you may have or providing suggestions to ensure the very best experience. The bar is adorned with displays of rare absinthe bottles and instruments associated with the distillation and service of the spirit. You may even purchase bottles of absinthe, souvenirs and other knick knacs to take home with you.
Located at the popular Na příkopě, this outlet of H&M is where men and women of the city find their fix for pocket-friendly designer clothes. The store is carefully laid out and provides absolute ease in browsing through the collection. Their fashion is always hip and in sync with the seasons and trends. In addition to vibrant casuals and tasteful formal wear, they sell a variety of accessories for both genders. Though not very chic; their shoe collection is unique and will make your wallet smile.
Find a unique little piece of Prague to take home with you! Browse this authentic shop full of antiques, vintage clothing and accessories, glass wear, World War II era knick-knacks and other oddities. Two showrooms hold the collection of genuine treasures. The multilingual shop owner is friendly and knowledgeable, willing to converse and share information on each item in his small shop. Enjoy browsing through the cave of worldly treasures and unearth a one-of-a-kind Czech souvenir. -Katie Kopacz
This shop is split into two different parts, each with it's own separate entrance. The right-hand side covers outdoor sports like skiing and trekking while the left-hand showroom specializes in ice hockey. The interiors are simply decorated but are literally crammed with stock. The trekking showroom sells a wide selection of Czech-made rucksacks as well as lightweight Coleman tents, trekking boots and camping accessories like stoves, gas canisters and torches. It also stocks a large selection of tennis rackets, their carrying cases and skis.