Begun by husband/wife team of Lukaš and Adéla Zugar, coffee roastery Dos Mundos is a company that above all, values relationships. Of course there’s the relationship with the customer and the desire to serve the best possible product, but there’s also the relationship with the farmers and importers who nurture the coffee trees, cherries, and beans all the way from the plantation to the roastery. I had a chance to sit down with Lukaš at their Vinohrady location and talk about Dos Mundos’ dedication to the entire coffee making process. “It started just as a hobby,” Lukaš tells me. “Our friends and family really liked the coffees we were roasting ourselves at home and told us we should open aRead more.

It’s fitting I met up with Australian blues legend Gwyn Ashton on a day of hurricane force winds. Ashton’s blend of blues, psychedelic, and classic rock has been blowing away audiences for decades. Once I learned he was splitting his time between Prague, the UK, and Australia, I knew I wanted to meet up and talk music. Born in Wales, Ashton relocated to Adelaide with his family at the tender age of 5. Both parents were musical, his father sang, while his mother lead choirs and played piano. But, like many kids of his generation, music first truly came alive when he saw the Beatles perform on television. “Twist and Shout” laid the groundwork, but it was when Ashton gotRead more.

On November 15, after eight years of epic gigs, local cover stars Tram 69 will bid the La Loca stage adieu. The band, of course, will carry on their infectious covers of pop and rock hits to other venus, but this will be the last time they get the crowd up and dancing at La Loca. If you haven’t been to a Tram 69 gig, or been lucky enough to see them at one of their many private performances, then you must mark your calendar for Friday, November 15, starting at a 7pm. Don’t miss your chance to properly say goodbye to one of the best music/venue collaborations in Prague. Facebook Event Page: No related posts.Read more.