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Looking for a nice place to unwind and chill with friends for dinner? Or how about just knowing a place to go to when it’s your turn to plan a date? We recommend U Kurelů because it offers a casual feel with an energetic vibe. Music quality is on point as well with its selection of American-style burgers and sauces which can bring you a little closer to home (if you’re from the states). But regardless, it’s a place for anyone who’s up for a full course meal. Besides their burgers, BBQ’uesadillas, chili cheese dogs & veggie dogs, they also have an internationally awarded 1st-prize smoked pulled pork sandwich. Now that’s something worth bragging about. As for drinks, they’ve got
I know, there are many articles out there claiming to know the best burgers joints in Prague. But after a few years living in the city and being a mega-burger fan, I’ve tried and tested a handful of different places to share my few favourite spots with you. BEJZMENT When you’re in the mood for a huge juicy burger, don’t even think twice and head on down to Bejzment. This joint definitely knows how to bring out the best in a burger and to start up an addiction to the average burger-goer. Don’t say you haven’t been warned. The only thing is that you should call in advance to make a reservation, just to ensure that you can get a