Restaurants & Cafes
Metro: I P Pavlova or Náměstí Míru
Prague, --, Czech Republic
A mostly straight basement dance club, but their first-Friday Lollipop is a well-attended gay disco. Their vegetarian and vegan restaurant at street level is probably the best of its kind in Prague, and they do an inexpensive American-style, heaping-plates Saturday/Sunday brunch that's popular with expats.
RADOST FX RESTAURANT
All three areas of the restaurant offer the full Radost vegetarian menu which is packed full of healthy and delicious entrees and appetisers that originate in kitchens of places such as Greece, India, Thailand and Mexico. On the weekends Radost offers the best American style brunch in Prague. It begins at 10:30am. The menu is packed with delicious original recipes for omelettes and waffles, some old homestyle favourites and anything and everything in between.
Upon entering Radost you are immediately taken back by the beautiful and cozy design of the Cafe. As you walk you have a full view on your right through large glass windows of the space. It has just recently been redesigned by the house designers for your comfort. The new mood of the space is of an antiquish style full of gold, flowers and crystals. The full menu is served from 11am until about midnight in the cafe.