Hole-in-the-wall local ethnic bar, tucked away in an old house next to a pizza shop, but this neighborhood favorite is the place to go for authentic Czech food and beers in a old fashioned atmosphere. There are only a handful of tables next to the bar, and the walls are decorated with posters and memorabilia from Prague. Very definitely a family operation, and Marta herself does everything with a little help. The food is delicious and plentiful. Several types of schnitzel, chicken paprikash, goulash, pierogies, spaetzle; the hardest thing is choosing. I recommend the chicken schnitzel, but the paprikash is a close second. The Friday fish fries are always very popular. Large selection of Czech beers, German beers,and German wine. The riesling was excellent. Because everything is home made, don't go there for a quick meal. Enjoy the ambiance and socialize with the other diners while you wait. The background music is all Czech, and it's a little surprising to hear a Brenda Lee song in that language. This place is an experience not to be missed! Come hungry! And don't expect it to break the budget. The only slight negative is the potato pancakes are very average. One side was overdone, and it wasn't crispy as we like them.
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