Café with a world
Why locals love it
Cafe Louvre, one of Prague’s top cafés, was first opened in 1902. Franz Kafka used to come here with his friends. Albert Einstein even frequented this café during his stay in Prague in 1911-1912. Opening its doors at 8am on weekdays (and 9am on Saturdays and Sundays),early by Prague standards,it is ideal for early birds.
Why you should visit it
The Cafe reopened in 1992 and has been popular with locals and visitors. The café, Louvre Gallery, is located on the first floor. The restaurant serving Czech cuisine is on the second floor along with a separate billiards room with 5 pool tables.
They offer daily lunch specials for reasonable prices. You won't have to spend a fortune when dining here. And by the way, their cakes are fantastic!