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Cafe Cafe
Rytírská 10, 11000 Praha 1
Phone 224210597
Email: See Website
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(150 meter from metro station Mustek. Follow direction to Staromestke namesti, aka Oldtown square) Gay & Lesbian friendly, Cafe
A very hip cafe at down walk, favourite of Czech celebrites. Excellent cakes and coffee, good music, pleasant interior.
Daily 10 am til 11 pm
No entrance fee, No minimum consumption

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Duhova Cajovna (Tea Club Rainbow Tea)
Milada Horakova 73 (at Ovenecka), Prague 7
Phone: 775269699 (Temporarily not working - has been stolen!)
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(Tram 1,8,15,25,26)
Tea Room
More soon.
Open daily 3pm til midnight
No entrance fee, No minimum consumption

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Erra Café
Konviktska 11, 10000 Prague 1
Phone: 273 136 112
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(Tram 6/9/18/21/22/23; Night tram 53/57/58/59 Narodni Trida stop; Metro Narodni Trida)
Cafe, Bar, Restaurant
Very cool laid back. Attracting a mainly gay and lesbian clientle. Good food, breakfasts, lunches and dinner. Includes some vegetarian choices. Intimate downstairs lounges with fireplace. See and be seen at Erra. They have a new website since 2013.
Open Mondays until Sundays 10 am until midnight
No entrance fee, No minimum consumption

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Kafirna U Ceského Pána
Kozí 858/13, 11000 Praha 1, Stare Mesto
Phone: 222328283
(Metro A Station Staromestská, Tram 5, 14, 53 Dvorákovo nabrezi)
Email: ?
Web: no website
Facebook: Visit this link
Gay, Bar, Cafe
Small bar in the center of Prague; very popular with czech gays, a very communicative place. One of the oldest gay bars in town. Changed owner in 2013.
Daily 2 pm til 11 pm
No entrance fee, No minimum consumption

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Q Cafe
Opatovicka 166/12, Praha 1, Nove Mesto
Phone: 776 856 361 (mobile)
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(Tram 6/9/17/18/21/22-Narodni Trida; Metro Narodni Trida)
Gay Lesbian Cafe
Cool cafe in the center with a youngish clientle. Good place to stop for a drink in the afternoon and evening.
Daily 12 noon until midnight.
No entrance fee, No minimum consumption

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Twin Café
Inside the Novy Smicov shopping mall at the Andel metro station, 1st floor
Phone: 257324413
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(Trams 4/7/20/14-Andel stop; Metro Andel)
Coffeeshop
Inisde of the Novy Smicov shopping mall, Pragues finest in-town mall, this hip cafe serves up coffees, drinks and light meals. Smart crowd of young good looking Czechs. Not gay but gay staffed.
Daily 8:30 am until 9:30 pm
No entrance fee, No minimum consumption

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  • Andy wrote in October 2010: 'I went there yesterday afternoon. Twin is a run of the mill shopping mall coffee house with attached kitchen ware store. Typical coffee shop fayre of coffees, sandwiches and cakes, nothing on the menu really stood out. Coffee was fine, cake a little on the dry side. Nothing really gay about this venue. Waitress didn't really understand basic english, even when only ordering coffee and pointing at the cake i wanted. Would have thought 'capuccino' would have been universally understood :(. Plenty of other good coffee shops in this centre. 'Coffee heaven' is surely one of the better ones, and with cute gay Barrista also!'
 
Other Places
  • Cafe Louvre is listed in one (or more?) publication as a gay friendly cafe (Narodni 22, Prague 1). Andy wrote in October 2010: 'Cafe Louvre has been in Prague for over a 100 years. It was the favourite hang out of Albert Einstein and Franz Kafka. There is however absolutely nothing gay about it.'
 
No Longer Existing
Downtown Cafe - closed in May 2008
Arco Bar & Cafe Voroneszka 24 - closed 2009
Galerie Cafe - no longer gay friendly
Alex Bistro - closed June or November 2013
Sahara Café - closed in May 2015
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