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U Mecenáše Cellar
Bernard beer on draught
Slowly roasted whole pork knuckle
Beef RIB EYE steak
Restaurant U Mecenáše

U Mecenáše Restaurant in Prague, Malá Strana

Your favourite restaurant throughout the centuries

The U Mecenáše family restaurant is one of the oldest in Prague, situated in the exceptional locale of Malostranské Náměstí Square with a view of the Prague Castle and the Church of St Nicholas. It offers traditional and modern Czech cuisine of the highest quality. Feel-good, delicious food, beer, and wine, as well as pleasant staff, all in a unique space that dates back to the Gothic Era, from the early 13th century through the Renaissance and Baroque, to the famed era of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
A summer patio with a view of the Prague Castle and the Church of St Nicholas.
Group reservations for up to 100 guests, teams, associations, companies, travel agencies.
The Austro-Hungarian salon.
Video screenings, excellent audio equipment, live broadcasts, games, and live performances.

New Year's Eve 2018

Our restaurant has prepared rich menu for New Year's Eve.
NEW YEAR´S EVE MENU

CHEF´S RECCOMENDATION

Deer Osso Buco
Slow-braised in red wine with root vegetables and chanterelle, served on creamy potato puree

Spaces revealing the history of Prague

U Mecenáše Restaurant was reopened in 2015, and is one of the oldest restaurants in Prague. The house in which the restaurant resides is the last surviving purely Renaissance building on Malostranské Náměstí Square, however the history of the building is much older. In the walls of the house—in the restaurant’s cellar—fragments of the fortification wall of the Malostranské Gothic fortress have been preserved. After Malá Strana was torched in the 15th century during the Hussite Wars, the Gothic cellars were the only remnants of the former building. During the era of Rudolf II, the house underwent an expansive renovation, completed in 1608, and the exterior appearance of this reconstruction survives to this day. During this time period, the building housed the well-known wine bar, U Mecenáše, which was frequented by Tycho Brahe, Johannes Kepler, Adrien de Vries, and other Renaissance cavaliers. It was also reportedly visited by Prague’s most famous executioner, Jan Mydlář.

Spaces revealing the history of Prague

Where to find us

Opening Hours

Monday – Sunday: 11:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.

Address

Restaurant U Mecenáše
Malostranské nám. 10, 118 00 Praha 1
Czech Republic

Contacts

Phone.: +420 220 515 790
restaurace@umecenase.com
gps: 50.0876900N, 14.4027078E

How to reach us

Public transport: Malostranská subway station,
then 5 minutes on foot
or 1 tram stop (12, 20, 22, 57)
or bus 192
on Malostranské Náměstí Square

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© U Mecenáše, Provozovatel: JV GASTRO PRAHA, s.r.o., Malostranské náměstí 261/10, Malá Strana, 118 00 Praha 1, IČO: 25608568, C 54457 vedená u Městského soudu v Praze
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