More and more beer lovers interested in good quality Pilsen beer would come to the Pinkas bar resulting in the original premises of the tavern being insufficient in size. For this reason in 1876 the Pinkas family bought the neighbouring house No. 756, a structure with a Classicist style façade but older interior constructions. The vast Gothic cellars of this house reach as far as the grounds of the former convent of White Friars and above them is brickwork originating from the Baroque reconstruction with the preserved Renaissance portal facing the street.
At the time when Prague engineers started the construction of a building originally intended as a warehouse for state financial authorities (mid 19th century), chief brewers in Pilsen had been making the excellent golden lager Pilsner Urquell for over ten years, or more precisely since 1842. And very likely the clerks of the “Main Customs Office”, which had been situated in the “Nová celnice (New Customs-House)”on Republic Square since 1885, were drinking this excellent lager after their lunch just as you are today...
The entire floor is located 66 metres above ground and is intended for relaxation and mainly enjoying first-class dishes.
The restaurant represents a unique combination of modern cuisine with a beautiful view of the metropolis. Our philosophy is to use the best local products and offer seasonal dishes which will satisfy every customer. Of course we also offer international dishes and regional cuisine creatively spiced up with a touch of modernism. An inherent supplement to our fresh dishes is an offer of the best wines and Czech beer.