The former residence of Jesuit students from rich families, called Konvikt, is situated in the Old Town in Prague.
U Medvídků This is a typical Czech restaurant and brewery as it should be. Large wooden tables, beer flowing liberally from the tap, animated conversation… The history of this establishment goes back to 1466. In the early days, it was a brewery, later it was the first cabaret in Prague. Today, with seating for nearly 300, U Medvídků (By the Bears) is one of the largest restaurant-breweries in town, serving Czech specialities and quality beer (Budweiser) in one of its many rooms. A miniature beer museum is located in the basement. Na Perštýně 7, 224 220 930.
Lehká hlava Located in one of Prague's smallest streets, Lehká hlava (literally, "light head") is one of the best gastronomical surprises of 2008. In just a few months, this new vegetarian restaurant has succeeded, thanks to word of mouth, to build up a group of loyal customers. Today it is almost impossible to eat there without a reservation - even on a weekday. Its success can be described in just a few words: original, tasty and very affordable dishes (from CZK 100 to 200), surprisingly modern interior design in an old 15th-century residence, a friendly atmosphere and pleasant service. Borsov 2, 222.220.665..