The Best Brunch in Prague

The Best Brunch in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic (B)

Brunch is the most important meal of any day and over the course of my time living in Prague, I’ve cultivated a list of all the best spots for when I want a delicious brunch any day of the week. Skip the line at Café Louvre and head to these yummy neighborhood breakfast spots instead when you want to get brunch in Prague.

I can make scrambled eggs and bacon at home, so when I go out for brunch, I want something extra special. That’s why Sweet & Pepper Days is my go-to brunch spot largely due to their creative flavors and rotating menu. It’s so special, in fact, that this was the first restaurant we ate at after lockdown. In addition to traditional staples, their offerings vary according to the month’s theme: Middle Eastern, Mexican, Nordic, and British to name a few. Their themed dishes are bursting with flavors you didn’t know should go together, like halloumi and eggs benedict.

For a brunch that will cure your hangover or give you a new one, the weekend brunch at The Tavern will probably fit the bill. Here you’ll find all your American favorites including biscuits and gravy, crispy waffles, and hash browns. The fried chicken sausage biscuit smothered in maple syrup is the closest thing to a big American Sunday brunch you’ll get in Prague. The cocktail menu is stacked with their own twist on the classic mimosa as well as cocktails made with their own home-brewed ginger vodka. That Zizkov Mule packs quite a kick. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: The Best Brunch in Prague
Guide Location: Czech Republic » Prague
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Ana Montano
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Sweet & Pepper Days
  • The Tavern
  • Venue
  • La Bottega
  • Momoichi Bistro
  • Monolok
  • Den Noc
  • Le Caveau

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